"The MBA Early Access program has granted me the opportunity to start working towards my next level of education while finishing my undergraduate degree..."
Students maintaining an undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or higher may take up to nine semester hours at the graduate level during their senior year. These hours will count toward the MBA degree, but not toward the bachelor’s degree. A student must be enrolled in at least 12 semester hours of undergraduate classes each semester that he or she is taking MBA credits under this option. Students in the Early Access program must maintain a 3.0 in all MBA courses. See your academic advisor for details.
“The MBA Early Access program helped me make a decision about what to do with my life. I was close to completing my undergraduate degree and still undecided about what I should do next when I heard about the program. I enrolled in the Early Access program during my final undergraduate semester and will be receiving my MBA in May. I now know I made the right decision and would highly recommend it to anyone. Only one additional year invested and I graduate with an MBA! What a deal!”
“Lindenwood University's MBA Early Access program is brilliant! It helped me to make a smooth transition from my Bachelors into my Masters and allowed me to get a jump start enabling me to complete my MBA even faster. I encourage anyone interested in getting their MBA to take advantage of this great opportunity!”
"The MBA Early Access program has granted me the opportunity to start working towards my next level of education while finishing my undergraduate degree. Not only is the program financially beneficial and time saving, it also allows me to discover what MBA classes are like and build upon my current knowledge. So far, the program has been a great opportunity to gain knowledge from highly knowledgeable professors along with others in my class who are currently working as business professionals. I am truly grateful for being accepted into the program and allowed the chance to start my MBA early!"