MBA students in the Lundy-Fetterman School of Business must complete a 12-course program totaling 36 credits. The nine required courses provide a broad foundation for business leadership, with coursework in business ethics, organizational behavior, accounting, economics, finance, marketing and more. Students then move on to the three advanced courses in financial management, marketing research and human resource management.
With the approval of program staff, students can substitute an independent study with a selected faculty member for one of the three advanced courses. Alternatively, students can also satisfy that requirement by participating in a study abroad opportunity with other MBA students and the program director.
Campbell University offers several fairly unique dual degree options for MBA students, including the opportunity to earn a Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD), a Juris Doctor (JD) or a Master of Divinity (MDiv) while simultaneously completing the MBA program. Each joint degree program involves a mix of 15-week and 8-week classes.
All classes for the on-site MBA program meet at Campbell’s main campus in Buies Creek, NC.