Business Administration, BSBA/MBA Accelerated Program


Applicants for the accelerated degree program must meet the following criteria in order to be accepted into the program:

  1. Have a declared major in the BS in Business Administration degree.
  2. Have completed at least 75 total credit hours, with at least one semester of study at Roosevelt.
  3. Have an overall GPA of 3.0 or above.

Students will consult with their department advisor and apply for the MBA degree program by the end of the semester prior to their senior year of study.  Applicants to the accelerated program must complete all requirements for their undergraduate major prior to full admission as degree-seeking graduate students.  Accepted students must also agree to finish their MBA program at Roosevelt and maintain good standing in master's- level courses.


New students must consult with their undergraduate adviser immediately upon admission to the accelerated program. During their senior year, admitted students may enroll in up to 9 credit hours of coursework at the graduate level. Eligible courses are listed below. 


Students must complete all courses with grades of B- or better and an average GPA of 3.0 or higher. Upon completion of all undergraduate degree requirements, the graduate coursework will be applied to the MBA degree requirements. If a student earns final grades below B- in any 400-level course, enters a graduate program outside Roosevelt University, or does not continue into the MBA program within five years, the associated credit hours will be considered undergraduate-only and will not be transferable.

Your degree map is a general guide suggesting courses to complete each term on the academic pathway to your degree. It is based on the most current scheduling information from your academic program. Your program’s degree map is reviewed annually and updated as schedules change (although you retain the same course requirements as long as you are continuously enrolled in your degree program).

Always work closely with your academic advisor to understand curriculum requirements and scheduling, as each student’s academic plan can look slightly different.

Year 1
FallCredit HoursSpringCredit Hours 
FYS 1011ENG 1023 
ENG 1013Ideas Across Disciplines3 
BADM 1013ECON 1013 
BIOL 111 or 11253Humanities #13 
BIOL 111 or 1121General Elective13 
MATH 1103  
 14 15 
Year 2
FallCredit HoursSpringCredit Hours 
ACCT 2103ACCT 2113 
ECON 1023FIN 20323 
BLAW 2013BCOM 3013 
Physical Science53ECON 2343 
Humanities #23Humanities #33 
 15 15 
Year 3
FallCredit HoursSpringCredit Hours 
MGMT 3083FIN 311, MGMT 300, or MKTG 3023 
MGMT 3583MGMT 398, MGMT 3XX, or OR HRM 3XX33 
INFS 3303Major Course 3XX 
Major Course 3XX3MGMT 360, ACCT 337, FIN 354, or MKTG 3623 
FIN 311, MGMT 300, or MKTG 3023Experiential Learning #23 
 Major Course 3XX1 
 15 13 
Year 4
FallCredit HoursSpringCredit Hours 
FIN 311, MGMT 300, or MKTG 3023MGMT 3803 
Major Course 3XX3Major Course 3XX3 
Major Course 3XX3MGMT 4233 
MKTG 4063General Elective13 
ACCT 4053General Elective13 
 15 15 
Year 5
FallCredit HoursSpringCredit HoursSummerCredit Hours
MGMT 403 or INFS 4013FIN 4083MGMT 4893
MGMT 403 or INFS 4013Approved Graduate Elective3Concentration Course #33
Concentration Course #13Concentration Course #23 
 9 9 6
Total Credit Hours 141

Or course towards an optional Minor.


Satisfies CORE Experiential Learning requirement.


Any course at the 300 level within the discipline.


Internship (MGMT 399) recommended.


One Natural Science course must have a lab.


Experiential Learning class must be 200/300 level and satisfies CORE Experiential Learning requirement.