Master of Business Administration


Prior to enrolling in graduate courses in the M.B.A. program, students should meet minimum proficiencies in math and computer skills. Students should have a minimum of a college-level finite mathematics class. The Indiana University course equivalent is MATH M118 Finite Mathematics. Students are also expected to be proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint. Candidates who are deficient in any of these areas should speak with the director of Undergraduate and Graduate Programs to review the different options available to them to satisfy the prerequisites.

Students must complete all the foundation courses before taking core classes. Some core classes also have specific course prerequisites. They will be stated in the schedule of classes.

Proper enrollment is the individual responsibility of each student. The School of Business and Economics may cancel improper enrollment at any time, and if credit is earned in such an enrollment, the school may refuse to apply that credit toward a degree or may require enrollment in an additional class.

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