Accelerated BS to MBA Program Overview

Cambridge College’s Accelerated BS to MBA Program, scheduled to launch in the Spring 2017 semester, is specifically created to help adult learners gain the in-demand business skills that employers need but in a condensed five-year period, rather than the traditional six years. By enabling students to graduate with an undergraduate and a graduate degree, the program aims to help adult learners gain an edge in the workforce and stand out from their peers. The Accelerated BS to MBA Program is open to qualified students in the BS in General Management, Managerial Accounting and Health Care Management fields of study.

Program Benefits

Saves time: Students graduate in five years with two degrees, rather than the traditional six years.

Saves money: Students can save thousands of dollars by completing their bachelor’s degree and master’s degree at the same time as some graduate courses are billed at the undergraduate rate.

Gives students an edge in the job market: Graduates gain a competitive edge by graduating with an MBA and specialized skills that employers need. This, in turn, makes them stand out as job candidates.

Increases lifetime earning potential: Studies have consistently shown that those with master’s degrees have a higher lifetime earning potential.

 

Benefits for Adult Learners

Cambridge College’s Accelerated BS to MBA Program is designed to fit the needs, schedules, and responsibilities of adult learners by offering an innovative educational model that is inclusive, student-centered, and career-oriented. The faculty respects and leverages the diverse skills and experiences of students, valuing the “real life” experiences so many students bring to the classroom. And knowing that cost can often be a barrier, the school works to keep tuition costs low and to provide financial aid to those who qualify.

Learn More

To enroll for the Spring 2017 semester or to learn if the Cambridge College Accelerated BS to MBA Program is right for you, please contact Bruce Cohen, Program Chair.

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