Admission to the MBA program is selective and based upon all application materials submitted by the candidate.
MBA Program Overview
MBA courses at Centenary's Frost School of Business are taught from a senior management perspective with emphasis on the business skills and knowledge needed to enable broad-based leadership and strategic thinking. Students develop both the competence and self-confidence to advance their business insight and leadership responsibilities.
Graduate from Centenary with any major and enroll in the MBA Program, graduate the next May with an MBA. All courses taught after 5:00 pm!
- Unconditional admission guaranteed for Centenary graduates
- No GMAT required with > 3.25 GPA
- If GPA is less than a 3.25, then a 450 on the GMAT is required to enter unconditionally. Centenary alumni can be admitted provisionally pending a GMAT score.
- Undergraduate Economics is the only prerequisite (Micro & Macro)
The MBA Program consists of a pre-established curriculum of nine three credit hour courses and three credit hours of a project, for a total of 30 credit hours. There are no electives and the program can be completed in one year (June 1 to May 31). The courses in the program are listed below; those with asterisks require pre-requisites:
MBA510 Leadership and Organizational Performance
MBA513 Financial Accounting and Reporting
MBA515 Managerial Statistics
MBA520* Managerial Accounting (pre-requisite is MBA513)
MBA525* Financial Management (pre-requisite is MBA520)
MBA530 Marketing and New Media Management
MBA535* Operations and the Value Chain (pre-requisite is MBA515)
MBA540 Regulation and Ethics for Business
MBA565* Business Strategy and Integration (pre-requisite is MBA525, MBA530, MBA535, MBA540)
MBA570* Entrepreneurship and Business Development (pre-requisite is MBA565, Committee approval)
Graduate students can borrow under the Federal Direct Student Loan Program or the Graduate PLUS Loan Program. Information about these programs can be found at Studentloans.gov. Students should file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and then email the Financial Aid Office with information on which terms need to be covered.