Applied Integrated Management, a hallmark of the MBA at UM-Dearborn, provides you with the integrated perspective you'll need to master today’s complex business problems. The MBA can be completed in 36-48 credit hours.
The program offers expert faculty, expansive opportunities for networking, and the flexibility of evening and on-line courses--all from a highly-ranked program.
Admission is rolling, and you may begin the program in September, January, or May. The degree is open to students of all undergraduate majors, and you may enroll on a full- or part-time basis.
Core Courses (9 courses/27 credits)
Developing and Interpreting Financial Information
Applied Integrated Management (4 courses/12 credits in three areas)
- Capstone (3 credits): BPS 535 Strategic Planning and Decision Making
Electives or Optional Concentration (3 courses/9 credits)
Tailor the degree to your own interests with an optional concentration in Accounting, Finance, Human Resource Management, International Business, Investment, Management Information Systems, Marketing, Supply Chain Management, or Taxation.
Alternatively, you may elect courses from our extensive list of graduate business courses.
Breadth Requirement (3, 4, 5 rule)
- Complete AIM courses in at least 3 different disciplines
- Complete no more than 4 AIM, Concentration, and Elective courses (12 credits) in any one discipline
- Complete graduate business courses in at least 5 different disciplines
No single course may be counted toward more than one MBA requirement or concentration.
Course Waiver and Transfer Credit
Students may waive any or all of the core courses if they have completed equivalent courses in an AACSB business program and have earned at least a 3.2 post-60 GPA (that is, your GPA in courses taken after your first 60 undergraduate credit hours).
Students who do not meet these criteria may request to have their courses evaluated for waiver credit at the time of admission. Student must have earned a B or better in equivalent courses as a part of a degree program completed within the previous 7 years.
Transfer credit for up to two graduate courses can be applied to the program, potentially reducing the amount of program course work at the University of Michigan-Dearborn to 30 credit hours. Transfer credit is granted at the discretion of the program faculty.