Master of Engineering (ME) and Master of Business Administration (MBA)

 Overview:

Utah State University (USU) is pleased to offer a unique two-year program designed for engineers who would like to add to their technical knowledge as well as develop the business skills needed to keep pace in the global technical world of the 21st century. Upon completion of the six-semester program, each student will have earned a Master of Engineering (ME) degree as well as a Master of Business Administration (MBA). Application deadline for the program will be January 1st for the following fall semester.  Students will first apply to the ME program.  If accepted, students will advance to the MBA program at the end of the ME program year.
 

Admission Requirements:

·         Completed application submitted online to the School of Graduate Studies at Utah State: http://www.usu.edu/graduateschool/apply

·         Nonrefundable application fee of $55

·         Official transcripts from all institutions of higher education attended: 3.0 GPA for last 60 semester hours of university course work

·         Three letters of recommendation: each must address the applicant's potential for success in a graduate degree program

·         Results of the Graduate Records Examination (GRE): 50th percentile or above for the verbal, 75th percentile or above for the quantitative, and 40th percentile or above for the analytical writing sections

·         TOEFL scores of 79-80 or above internet-based or IELTS score of 6 or above (Applies to international students only. This requirement will be waived if a student has a degree from a university in an English speaking country.)
 

Course of Study*

On-campus students may complete the two master degrees in six continuous semesters, beginning with fall semester. Students will be expected to take classes during summer semesters in order to complete the program in two years. In order to qualify for graduation, students must maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA. Additionally, students may not receive a grade less than a C in any class in either program.

 

Curriculum Overview

Master of Engineering
(Year One 36 Credits)

Master of Business Administration
(Year Two 36 Credits)

FALL

SPRING

SUMMER

FALL

SPRING

SUMMER

ECE 6800 - .5

ECE 6800 - .5

ACCT 6010 - 3

MGT 6020 - 1

MGT 6200 - 1

MIS 6860 - 2

ECE 5XXX - 4

ECE 5XXX - 4

FIN 3400 - 3

MGT 6870 - .5

MGT 8670 - .5

MIS 6890 - 2

ECE 6XXX - 3

ECE 6XXX - 3 

MGT 6510 - 1.5 

ACCT 6350 - 3

MGT 6430 - 2

ECE 6XXX - 3

ECE 6XXX - 3 

MGT 6710 - 1.5

MGT 6500 - 3

FIN 6420 - 3

ECN 6050 - 3

MGT 6410 - 2

MGT 6780 - 2

MGT 6055 - 1.5 

MGT 6720 - 2

Spring Break
International Trip

MGT 6075 - 1.5

MIS 6510 - 2

MGT 6685 - 2

MGT 6520 - 3

ECN 6310 - 2

MGT 6470 - 3

10.5 Total Credits

10.5 Total Credits

15 Total Credits

16.5 Total Credits

15.5 Total Credits

4 Total Credits

 

For Specific Program Information, Contact:

Don Cripps
ME Chairman
Electrical and Com
puter Engineering
(435) 797-8171

don.cripps@usu.edu

OR 

Katherine McConkie
Assistant Director
MBA Office
Jon M. Huntsman School of Business
(435) 797-
1773
katherine.mcconkie@usu.edu


*Course of study subject to slight variation. Off-campus students may complete the ME degree via distance education and the MBA degree in one of the MBA programs offered throughout the state. Please be aware that the length of the programs will be longer for off-campus students.