Whether you are ready to advance your career, start your own business, or become a leader within a corporation, Shippensburg University can prepare you for achieving your personal and professional goals. Shippensburg University’s John L. Grove College of Business offers you AACSB-accredited programs to help you to succeed in a rapidly changing global economy.
The program consists of twelve courses (36 credits), which includes a choice of seven out of eight core courses, four concentration courses and a capstone course. The core courses cover critical elements of business management in today’s technologically advanced and global business environment. The course sequence is flexible, as most core courses do not have prerequisites beyond the basic requirements to enter the MBA program.
Ship delivers its MBA degree program in three convenient formats: 100% online asynchronous with optional synchronous content, 100% online with some required synchronous components, and face-to-face with some asynchronous online components. The requirements are the same in each of the three delivery formats.
Part-time or Full-time
The Ship MBA is a flexible program designed to accommodate the needs of both working professionals and full-time students. Students can complete the program part-time in two years, taking two classes per semester. Full-time students can complete the program in as little as one calendar year, taking four classes per semester. Classes are offered in convenient, accelerated 8-week sessions as well as 6-week summer terms and a 5-week winter term. Most part-time students choose to take only one class in any given session or term, thus allowing for more concentrated study of each topic.
Some exams may be proctored and require students to arrange an appointment at an approved proctoring site at a location convenient to them.
Undergraduate coursework and degree, relevant work experience, and essay will be evaluated and form the basis for admission. To be eligible for admission to the MBA program applicants must:
- Have a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited college or university.
- Present a current resume.
- Present a goals statement.
In addition, applicants are required to meet the following prerequisites:
- Work experience or undergraduate credits in:
- Quantitative analysis,
- Computer usage,
- Oral and written communications.
These areas are covered in the following courses offered at Shippensburg University:
- ENG 114 Writing Intensive First-Year Seminar
- SCM 200 Statistical Applications in Business
- MIS 142 Business Computer Systems
- HCS 100 Human Communication Studies