How many courses are required to complete the MBA program?
Eighteen (18) three-credit courses (54 credit hours) are required to complete the program. It is possible to waive up to four courses (12 credit hours) based on prior academic work. At least 12 courses (36 credit hours) must be taken at Rutgers–Camden.
What is the structure of the Rutgers–Camden MBA program?
Our MBA program is comprised of two parts:
- Fifteen (15) required core courses, which build a general foundation for business studies and provide the student with exposure to all of the functional areas of business
- Three (3) elective courses
Is it possible to transfer credits from another MBA program?
Yes. We will grant transfer credit for courses taken at an AACSB-accredited business school, with a grade of B or better. However, the transferred credits must be from a course that is equivalent to a course in our program and must be approved by the Associate Dean of Graduate Programs. A maximum of two courses (6 credit hours) may be transferred from another accredited MBA program.
Is it possible to receive credit for undergraduate coursework?
Based on undergraduate coursework, it is possible to waive up to four courses within the foundation area only. In general, two undergraduate level courses (taken at a four-year college with a grade of “B” or better) are required to waive the related MBA-level course. The integrative capstone course cannot be waived. See a complete description of our waiver policy.
Is it possible to receive course credit for work experience?
We do not grant course credit or course waivers for work experience or professional development courses.
Are there concentrations in the Rutgers–Camden MBA program?
No. However, we offer a Focused Learning Modules option.
Does Rutgers–Camden offer any dual degree programs?
Yes. JD/MBA and DNP/MBA
Does the Rutgers–Camden MBA program offer any opportunities for study abroad?
Yes. Rutgers–Camden MBA students have the opportunity to participate in our study aboard program, held in nations, such as China, South Korea, Brazil, and Panama. This three-credit elective gets you working hands-on with top executives from international corporations, to discuss and solve real-world business challenges.
Can a student take Rutgers–Camden MBA classes prior to being admitted to the program?
Anyone with a four-year college degree is able to enroll for classes that are held during the Winterim and Summer Sessions. In order to take classes during the Fall and Spring semesters, students must apply to the program. We do accept a very limited number of exceptional non-matriculated students each semester.