How engineering students can work toward an MBA
An engineering degree from Miami University’s College of Engineering and Computing can take you further than you can imagine – including MBA and MBA microcredential opportunities at Farmer School of Business.
Engineering Management 4+1 Program
Students who choose an Engineering Management degree at Miami University College of Engineering and Computing can participate in a 4+1 program which allows them to earn their undergraduate degree and an MBA from Farmer School of Business in just 5 years.
CEC Engineering Management majors can build their degree according to their interests and professional goals. Engineering Management majors choose both a technical specialty (Electronics and Computing, Environmental Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, or Paper Science and Engineering) as well as either an Entrepreneurship or General Business Track.
No matter which track or concentration is chosen, the B.S. in Engineering Management program at CEC develops students’ engineering and business expertise, social awareness, and interpersonal communication skills. And, the core courses in all of the CEC Engineering Management programs fulfill the prerequisites for admission into the Farmer School of Business MBA program.
MBA Microcredential Certificate: Financial Acumen
You don’t have to be an Engineering Management major to explore possibilities at Farmer School of Business. CEC students in all majors can earn the Financial Acumen microcredential certificate while they’re still undergraduates. This certificate counts toward the Farmer School of Business MBA and successful completion guarantees admission into the full, remaining MBA program as long as you maintain a 3.0 or above in your coursework.
Coupled with your undergraduate degree, the FSB MBA microcredential program is designed to jump start your career and prepare you for making a difference in the fast-paced business landscape. If you decide to continue your business education after receiving your engineering degree, your coursework can count towards your MBA upon graduation.
For the microcredential certificate, all the courses are available online in a sprint format. Students can earn the certificate at the end of summer, or the first or second half of fall and spring semesters.The math requirements required for all CEC bachelor's degrees fulfill the prerequisites for MBA coursework. Students can earn the certificate during their junior and senior year based on course availability.
If you are an undergraduate student and have questions about the Farmer School of Business MBA or the MBA microcredential program, consider attending the Graduate Education Resource Fair in Armstrong Student Center from 12:30 to 4 p.m. Kristine Reid, Associate Director of Graduate Programs, will be in attendance to answer any questions you have.