The MBA program, with emphasis in Business Management, is a 43-46-semester hour program. It is designed for individuals to develop professional competence, leadership potential, decision making abilities, and interpersonal skills to serve organizations in managerial capacities.
Hold a four-year baccalaureate degree or its equivalent, with a minimum GPA of 3.00 (four-point scale).
Most students will meet these prerequisites by earning undergraduate credits with a minimum grade of B in each of the areas. Students may present other relevant documentation to demonstrate satisfactory knowledge in the area. The department will evaluate each student’s application and make the final determination as to whether a prerequisite has been met.
Applicants should note that AIIAS does not regularly offer most of these prerequisites. Students are strongly encouraged to fulfill all prerequisites before beginning the program. Students applying for admission into the MBA program coming from disciplines other than business should have completed more than 50% of the total number of prerequisites required before they will be considered for admission.
Students who have completed these prerequisites with a grade of less than B from their respective college/s are subject to the following:
Students must be able to use current information technology such as word processors, spreadsheets, presentation software and the Internet in their coursework.
Proficiency in mathematics is expected and prior knowledge through advanced algebra (pre-calculus) is assumed. Those who initially lack these skills should plan to acquire them early in their program to help ensure their success.
To complete the program and be awarded the degree of Master of Business Administration (MBA), the student must satisfactorily meet the following requirements: