Has completed 27 semester hours consisting of the following: Financial Accounting I, Managerial Accounting, Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Management Principles, Business Finance, Marketing Principles, Statistics, and Legal Environment of Business (Prerequisites for the above listed courses are waived);
Has five or more years experience in a professional or managerial position beyond the entry level, or a GMAT score of 550 or higher.
Has a GPA of 3.0 on all upper-division courses, and an overall GPA of 3.0
Applications for students 1) lacking the quality of business experience, 2) scoring below the required level on the GMAT are forwarded to the Graduate Admissions Committee for a recommendation.
Degree Requirements. A candidate for the Executive Master of Business Adminis- tration is required to meet the following:
Fulfill the general requirements for a graduate degree at Delta State University;
Applicants lacking the prerequisite courses as specified above, will be
required to take the following courses:
MBA 500. MBA 505. MBA 520. MBA 530. MBA 540. MBA 550. MBA 560.
Financial Accounting for Managers. 3 Productivity Software for Executives. 3 Theory of Economics. 3 Theory of Business Finance. 3 Statistics for Managers. 3 Theory of Management. 3 Theory of Marketing. 3
EMBA prerequisite courses are taken in the same lockstep, alternating week- end format as the EMBA required courses. Students taking these prerequisite courses must earn a grade point average of 3.0 with no grade less than a “C.”
Complete a minimum of 36 semester hours consisting of graduate fixed-track designated MBA 600-level courses; and
Earn and maintain a grade point average of at least 3.0 with no grade less than “C” in all 500 and 600 level courses.
Managerial Communication. 3
Managerial Accounting. 3
Managerial Economics. 3
Production/Operations Management. 3
Managerial Finance. 3
EXECUTIVE BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION CURRICULUM Required Courses ......................................................................36 Semester Hours
M a n a g e m e n t P r o b l e m s . 3