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  Aug 01, 2021
 
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Business Administration, BBA/MBA


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An accelerated option is available to business undergraduate students to complete a Bachelor of Business Administration and a Master of Business Administration five years or less.

After completing 90 hours of their chosen BBA program with a 3.0 GPA, students may take 9 hours of approved 5000-level graduate classes to fulfill their undergraduate requirements. This may be done by taking dual credit 5000 courses. In addition to the 9 elective hours, the MBA requires completion of a 21 hour core.

Undergraduate coursework will be completed on campus at Harding University during traditional semesters. Graduate coursework will be completed online in an 8-week block format or with on-ground dual-listed courses.

Undergraduate major:

Dual Credit Courses for Elective Credit (select up to 9 hours)

UG Course GR Course Course Title 6000 Equivalent Prerequisites
BUS 4200   BUS 5200   Negotiations MGT 6900    
ENTR 3650   ENTR 5650   Entrepreneurial Management ENTR 6300    
ENTR 3750   ENTR 5750   Family Business Management ENTR 6400    
IB 4010   IB 5010   Intercultural Business Leadership    
IS 3150   IS 5520   Data Visualization IS 6520    
IS 3400   IS 5710   Project Management IS 6710    
IS 3800   IS 5350   Database Design IS 6350   IS 3000  or COMP 3010  or IS 6300  or IS 6510  
IS 4300   IS 5540   Data Analytics IS 6540   BUS 3265  or IS 6050  and IS 6300  and IS 6510  
MGT 4400   BUS 5400   Business Leadership MGT 6650    
MKTG 3850   MKTG 5850   Services Marketing    
PRS 3710   PRS 5710   Relationship Strategies    
PRS 3980   PRS 5980   Sales Management    

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