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MBA Program

Backed by the AACSB and ranked by GetEducated.com as an online "Best Buy," the A&M-Commerce MBA is the best investment you can make in yourself. Earn the degree that signifies the standard of excellence that employers expect.

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MBA Program

The Masters of Business Administration degree prepares the graduate student for advanced management positions that demand analytic and strategic leadership solutions to an interrelated set of economic, ethical, and environmental issues. The program is 30-48 hours.

MBA Course Rotation

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MBA with Minor

NOTE: Pre-Requisites (ACCT 501, ECO 501, ECO 502, FIN 501, MGT 501 and MKT 501) can not be considered an elective in any Graduate Program in Business. All MBA students are required to complete 6 hours of electives. If a minor is desired all elective hours should be taken in the minor area, outlined below.  Keep in mind NONE of the minors listed are guaranteed in an ONLINE format.  Many times the courses are offered in this venue, but we cannot ensure any particular minor can be completed totally ONLINE.

MBA Course Rotation

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Other MBA Programs

British Studies for MBAs

A&M-Commerce participates in a consortium of 11 universities in the British Studies Program. The University of Southern Mississippi is the coordinating school and awards the actual transcript credit for these courses. Locally, the British Studies Program is administered by Dr. Kenneth Clinton, Director of the Joe B. Hinton Office of International Studies. A&M-Commerce students may use these courses as a part of their MBA program either as substitutes for core courses or as electives, depending on the course(s) one takes.