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Eastern Michigan University College of Business - MBA

Eastern Michigan College of Business MBA Program Structure

The Eastern Michigan College of Business MBA is a 54 credit program that is generally completed in two-and-a-half years, but can be completed in six years. The course requirements may vary per student, depending upon their undergraduate education, but generally requires 36-54 credits to complete. Specializations may be taken instead of traditional elective courses, but require more credits to complete the program.


The 54 credit program is built around 18 credit hours of foundational courses, 18 hours of core/cross functional courses, and 18 hours of electives, six of which are restricted electives and 12 of which are general electives. Those who earned a previous masters degree may transfer up to to six prior credits.

The specialization offerings are as follows: business analytics; e-business; finance; hotel & restaurant management; human resource management; information systems; internal auditing; international business; management; marketing; nonprofit management; sport management; supply chain management.

Part-Time MBA Rankings

• U.S. News & World Report: 168 (tie)

Class Profile

A total of 187 students enrolled in the most recent Eastern Michigan College of Business MBA class, 75 percent of which were enrolled part-time. The average age of the class is 31.4-years old. Students in the program enroll with an average GMAT score of 539 and GPA of 3.31.

Tuition, Scholarships, and Financial Aid

The Eastern Michigan College of Business MBA in-state tuition is currently $27,432 for the entire program, while out-of-state students pay $48,492.

Graduate-level scholarships can be found through the Eastern Michigan COB scholarship database. Federal and private loans may be available to select applicants to finance their education.


In order to apply to the Eastern Michigan College of Business MBA program, applicants must have earned a four-year undergraduate degree from a regionally accredited academic institution, or international equivalent, with a minimum GPA of 2.7, or, 3.0 in the final half of the undergraduate program. The following must also be submitted:

An online application
• Official transcripts
• GMAT/GRE scores (450 minimum; may be waived for select applicants)
• Letters of recommendation
• An up-to-date resume
• TOEFL scores (if necessary)
• $45 application fee

Application deadlines are as follows:


May 15 (domestic applicants)
Feb. 15 (international applicants)


Oct. 15 (domestic applicants)
Sep. 1 (international applicants)


March 15 (domestic applicants)
March 1 (international applicants)

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