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B.S. in Human Factors Psychology/MBA

A student who has earned a minimum of 75 credit hours with at least a 3.00 CGPA and after taking the GMAT may apply for admission through the Graduate Admissions office. The application must accompany 2 letters of recommendation from faculty in both the undergraduate and graduate programs to indicate (1) the applicant’s potential to successfully complete graduate-level work, and (2) evidence that the applicant has attained the foundational competencies for graduate degree studies.

The Business Administration undergraduate and transition classes recommended in the outline below are taken in place of the open electives within the B.S. in Human Factors Psychology to prepare the student for this degree option.  Not following the suggested course of study will require the student to take additional courses to prepare for the MBA.

Suggested Course of Study

Mathematics
MA 111College Mathematics for Aviation I3
MA 112College Mathematics for Aviation II3
Social Sciences
One class must be:
EC 210Microeconomics3
PSY 101Introduction to Psychology3
Specified Electives15
One course MUST be:
PSY 340Industrial-Organizational Psychology *3
Business Administration Courses
(In place of open elective courses)
ACC 210Financial Accounting3
BA 220Marketing3
FIN 332Corporate Finance I3
Business Administration Transition
Nine credits are required from the list below:
BA 511Operations Research3
BA 514Strategic Marketing Management in Aviation3
BA 520Organizational Behavior, Theory, and Applications in Aviation3
Year Five
Students must fulfill the required MBA core classes listed below and any remaining courses from the transitional period that have not been completed:
ACC 517Accounting for Decision Making3
BA 523Advanced Aviation Economics3
BA 635Business Policy and Decision Making3
FIN 518Managerial Finance3
Specified Electives12
Total Degree Credits147

If the student chooses to leave the program before the completion of the MBA program and has acquired the minimal hours required for graduation with the B.S. in Human Factors Psychology, any MBA transition courses used to meet graduation requirements will be noted as undergraduate courses for the purpose of graduation.