Four Year Combined BS and MBA
Studies have shown that workers with an MBA earn as much as $500,000 more during the course of their careers than those with bachelors degrees*. However, the high price of many MBA programs can limit the return on that investment in higher education.
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Concordia University Ann Arbor offers an affordable, fast track to a Masters Degree in Business Administration. The Business Scholars Program allows highly qualified incoming freshmen to earn both a Bachelor of Science degree in Business and MBA within four years, without attending summer school. Tuition costs are the same as our regular four-year undergraduate fees.
The course load requires 18 credits per semester, enrollment in three Winterim sessions and completion of a related internship. Students who complete this challenging program will not only earn a BS and MBA, they will also meet the educational requirements for a number of professional certifications.
Two degrees, four years, unlimited potential!
When other students are just considering advanced degrees, Concordia Business Scholars are well prepared for the greater rewards awaiting MBA grads.
The Concordia Advantage
Preparation for success in the working world requires more than high academic standards. Our mission is to prepare students for service to Christ in the Church and in the world. High moral and ethical standards are part of the curriculum. At Concordia, students learn more than how to make a living. They learn how to live a life.
The program encompasses all business and MBA concentrations.
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13 MBA concentrations
This demanding program is open to first year business majors who have met the following high school academic requirements:
- High School Cumulative GPA of 3.5 out of 4.0
- ACT scores of 25 or higher
- Combined SAT scores of 1200 or higher
Once accepted, Business Scholars must maintain a 3.5 out of 4.0 academic average, take 18 credits per semester, attend at least three Winterim sessions and complete an internship in their related field of study.