Joint Degree Programs
3+2 BBA/MBA Joint Degree
Programs Undergraduate students majoring in any one of the programs currently offered through the Lundy-Fetterman School of Business may apply for admission to the Graduate Program in Business at the end of their junior year. In order to qualify for the BBA/MBA Degree Program, applicants must satisfy all criteria for admission to the MBA Program with the exception of a Bachelor's Degree. By adding a fifth year to their program of study, applicants selected will be eligible to receive both the BBA and MBA degrees simultaneously. It is understood that qualified candidates agree to attend Campbell University's main campus (Buies Creek) for five academic years and to pay the prevailing full-time undergraduate tuition and fees during that period in order to be eligible to receive both degrees. Transfer students are not eligible to participate in the BBA/MBA Degree Program.
JD/MBA Joint Degree
Through a cooperative arrangement between the Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law and the Lundy-Fetterman School of Business students may pursue the Juris Doctor (JD) and Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree. Students interested in pursuing the joint degree program will complete both degrees simultaneously. Students who satisfactorily complete the first year of studies in the School of Law may, upon recommendation of the Law School, be admitted into the MBA program. Students will not be required to take the GMAT. The LSAT score will be considered in lieu of the GMAT score. Through careful planning, most students complete the requirements for these joint degrees within three years.
PharmD/MBA Joint Degree
Through a cooperative arrangement between the Campbell University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences and the Lundy-Fetterman School of Business students may pursue the Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) and Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree. Students interested in pursuing the joint degree program will complete both degrees simultaneously. Students who satisfactorily complete the first year of studies in the School of Pharmacy may, upon recommendation of the Pharmacy School, be admitted into the MBA program. Students will not be required to take the GMAT. The PCAT score will be considered in lieu of the GMAT score. Through careful planning, most students add only an additional 9 courses (27 hours) to their curriculum.
The first step tor admission to the PharmD/MBA program is for students is to apply to the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences at Campbell. Once accepted, students then apply to the Master of Business Administration program. Students accepted into the College of Pharmacy and Health Science, may request for letters of recommendation, transcripts, and pcat scores to be forwarded from the College of Pharmacy to the School of Business as part of the MBA application process. To request these documents, contact the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Admissions Office. It is recommended for students to wait until acceptance is granted in the College of Pharmacy before submitting these documents. Once the School of Business has all of the necessary documents for admission, students hear regarding admission to the PharmD/MBA program within 2-3 weeks.
For the MBA coursework, students will pay the tuition costs of the MBA program in addition to the cost of Pharmacy courses. PharmD students take a minimum of 27 hours of MBA coursework. As with undergraduate tuition rates as well as the College of Pharmacy, tuition rates are subject to increase each year.
M.Div/MBA Joint Degree
The joint M.Div. and MBA program is offered to ministers and other interested persons who desire to complement and integrate their theological education with a foundation in business administration. Students who desire to serve as pastors, associate pastors, church administrators, or staff members in larger churches may desire greater business management training along with theological education. Bivocational ministers may also benefit with the knowledge gained in this dual degree program.
Successful candidates will complete 78 hours of M.Div. study and 36 hours of MBA work. The M.Div. program incorporates 12 hours of MBA coursework into the ninety (90) hour M.Div. degree. The Master of Business Administration incorporates up to nine (9) hours of M.Div. credit into the thirty-six (36) hour MBA program. A full-time student could expect to finish the two degrees in four years of study.