Friday, May 25, 2007

TBP - Delaware MBA

The Delaware MBA/MS Information Systems & Technology Management Dual Degree

The Department of Accounting & Management Information Systems, in cooperation with the Office of Graduate & Executive Programs offers a MBA/MS in Information Systems & Technology Management (IS&TM) dual degree option. The dual degree option allows the student to complete both the MBA and the IS&TM with a total of 60 credits. The MBA/MS: IS&TM combines the required courses in the MBA program with the required and elective courses in the MS in IS&TM. See sample curriculum. This program is jointly administered by the Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics Graduate and Executive Programs office and the Department of Accounting & Management Information Systems.

Requirements for Admission

Students desiring to pursue the joint MBA/MS: IS&TM must apply directly to the degree program and must meet the admissions requirements of both programs (See the University catalog for those requirements). The admissions directors for each program will evaluate the application separately and will apply the same criteria as specified in their respective programs. The prospective student is encouraged to see the admissions policies for both programs in the graduate catalog. Whereas the MS: IS&TM program accepts both the GMAT and GRE exams, scores for the GMAT will be accepted by both programs.

The MBA/MS: IS&TM is a joint degree program. As such, the joint programs must be completed and the dual degree is conferred. Students admitted to the MBA/MS joint degree program who later decide they only want to complete one of the degrees must apply separately to the desired program for admission as a candidate in that program. Students who complete the single degree (MBA or MS: IS&TM) may not at a later date be admitted to the dual degree program. In such case the student would be required to complete all requirements for the second degree. A student who is initially admitted to either degree and who decides to pursue the dual degree must apply for change of degree to the MBA/MS dual degree prior to receiving the first degree and must complete the requirements for the dual degree prior to any degree being granted.

Requirements for the Dual Degree

The MBA/MS in IS&TM program combines the require courses for the MBA program with the additional required courses of the MS in IS&TM program. The MBA core and required courses make up 30 credits of the program, the additional 30 credits of course work are from the MS in IS&TM. The total 60 credit program includes no elective credits, therefore careful planning is required.

Students may apply for the MBA/MS in IS&TM on either a part-time or full-time basis. Full-time students are expected to complete the program in two years. Part-time students are expected to complete the program in approximately four years.

Transfers of coursework earned elsewhere, and waivers of courses are allowable under the same provisions as the MBA and MS in IS&TM programs separately. Regardless of course waivers, dual degree students must complete a minimum of 60 credits of coursework at the graduate level.

Students must maintain continuous enrollment in every regular semester (fall and spring) throughout their program unless by approved leave of absence.


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