Now is the time to discover more about what the South University 12-month MBA or 12-month Healthcare Administration MBA programs can offer you.
With the South University 12-month MBA and Healthcare Administration MBA programs, you have the opportunity to get the education you need to enhance your career. As a student in our accelerated programs, you’ll also have the opportunity to learn from accomplished faculty and speakers who have real-world experience in the subjects they teach. It’s a chance to make your career goals a reality in just one year.
The Accelerated 12-month MBA and Accelerated 12-month Healthcare Administration MBA programs help students with existing backgrounds in business and healthcare to develop a greater understanding of the concepts and organizational structures within their industries; however, our programs are designed to be accessible. Students from a variety of educational backgrounds and abilities have the chance to fully participate and excel in our programs.
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Accelerated Master of Business Administration (AMBA)
Accelerated Master of Business Administration, Healthcare Administration (AMBA)
Admissions criteria for the Accelerated Master of Business Administration and Accelerated Master of Business Administration/Healthcare Administration degree programs:
The majority of credits toward any graduate or post-graduate degree program must be earned at South University. Credit for transfer work will be given if the courses were taken at an accredited collegiate institution, the course is equivalent to courses offered at South University, and the course carries a grade of “B” or better. All transfer credit will be reviewed and approved by the Dean, College of Business, and the Department Chair of the respective academic department. The maximum number of classes to transfer is four courses or 16 quarter hours. NOTE: Capstone courses may not be transferred in from another institution. Credits earned at any South University campus will be accepted at all campuses. These credits will not be considered transfer credit; they will be included as credits earned at South University. If a campus should close a program in any state, students in good standing will be accepted at any South University campus having the same or a similar authorized degree program. The credits earned in the students’ original degree program will be applied to the degree program at the new location.