Master of Business In Administration Program
- The first phase consists of a set of Foundation courses, some or all of which may be waived depending on your prior academic preparation.
- The second phase is made up of 24 credit hours of advanced core courses that are required of all MBA students.
- The second phase also includes 9 credit hours of electives. These electives may be combined to focus your studies in Advanced Management, Finance, International Business, Entrepreneurship, or Marketing.
Contact: MBA Coordinator, Jian Li, 773-442-6129, who will help you select and register for any courses that you may need to fulfill program prerequisites and requirements.
Requirements for the program:
Grants Available for Graduate Programs in Business
Eligible MSA students are provided financial assistance under the PPOHA Federal Grant. Hispanic students, students from underrepresented groups, and low income students who would like to continue their education and seek out a Master of Science in Accounting (MSA), the PPOHA Federal Grant provides for a full tuition/fees waiver for a maximum of 33 credit hours (at in-state tuition rates), not to exceed a total of 24 credit hours per year, which must be completed no later than the end of Fall 2014. For our graduate students interested in CPA Exam preparation, the grant provides for paying up to $2,000 each for students who qualify to help them in paying for CPA exam preparation courses. In addition, summer research stipend is available for MSA student who qualify. The stipend can reach up to $2,500. Other scholarships are available.
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