With as little as one additional year of study, graduates of the Master of Science in Organizational Leadership (MSOL) program from Mount St. Joseph University can earn a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree with as few as 6 additional courses.  More courses may be required, depending on the courses taken in the MSOL program. Graduate business courses that apply to the MBA must have been taken no more than 6 years prior to starting the second degree and have a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher.  All 6 additional courses in the MSOL to MBA program must be taken at Mount St. Joseph University.

Program Requirements

MBA courses required of MSOL graduates:

ACC 600 Managerial Accounting (3)
FIN 610 Managerial Finance (3)
MGT 606 Leadership Seminar II (3)
MGT 607 Strategic Management (3)
MGT 603 Project and Operations Management (3)
MKT 520 Marketing for Management (3)

MSOL courses that apply as Foundational Courses:

BUS 600 Finance and Accounting for Leaders (3)

MOL 605 Methods of Organizational Research (3)
or
MGT 680 Organizational Research and Change (3)

MSOL courses that apply to the MBA (required of the MSOL. If not taken as part of the MSOL, the student would need to take these courses or their MBA equivalents):

ECO 655 Global Economic Awareness (3)
LGS 625 Legal Issues in Organizations (3)
MGT 610 People in Organizations (3)
MGT 620 Managing Information, Technology and Projects (3)
MGT 640 The Changing Workplace (3)
MOL 600 Exploring Leadership (3)
PHI 660 Ethical Issues in Organizations (3)