Graduate Advising

Graduate Advising Office, Student Services Center graduate.advising@franklin.edu

Business Administration

Access your MBA Course Sequence Calendar

2015-2016 MBA Curriculum

If you began your degree in the fall 2015 trimester follow the new nine-course  MBA Curriculum (current MBA students that started prior to fall 2015 are not eligible to switch to the new curriculum).

2013-2015 MBA Curriculum

If you started your MBA degree in summer 2014 or earlier follow the  2013-2014 MBA curriculum, featuring three elective options! Interested in updating your program year to take advantage of the electives?

  • Contact your Graduate Academic Advisor at graduate.advising@franklin.edu.  Failure to do so will result in an incorrect degree audit, and may result in the inability to utilize Financial Aid for those courses.
  • It is your responsibility as a student to ensure that you are meeting all degree requirements. Click here to learn about degree audits, or click here to refer to the Academic Bulletin.
  • Look at course content, credits, and prerequisites by viewing Course Descriptions
  • Obtain Graduate Program Faculty information at Franklin University Faculty Profiles

 

2 Comments

  1. Facts about Master of Business Administration

    The Franklin University MBA is designed to help you develop into a well-rounded, adaptive, and strategic-thinking business leader – and to work around your busy life.

    Below are some useful facts about the program for Graduate Students to consider:

    • MBA Classes may be taken out of order as long as prerequisites are being met.

    • The program can be completed in as few as 14 months, however students are permitted seven years from their first course to complete the program.

    • There are a total of nine courses required to complete the program.

    • Each course will be six weeks in length.

    • Books average about $150-200 per course, and students can anticipate studying 12-16 hours at least per week for six week courses above course time.

    • Onsite courses are offered in Columbus, Dublin, Gahanna, and Beavercreek.

  2. Hello,
    Our website does list information about career opportunities and employment. You can find that information by going to http://www.franklin.edu/mba-degree-program

    As a current student, you also have access to events that the Center for Career Development hosts and you can find that information by going to http://www.franklin.edu/student-services/center-for-career-development

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