The MBA with Advanced Standing Program is designed to further educate individuals in business management who hold a graduate degree from a regionally accredited college or university in a field related to business or management. A person who meets this criterion is eligible to receive an MBA upon completion of the 30 credit hours, including the 27 credit hours that make up the core curriculum. Students who have a graduate degree that includes courses equivalent to Lindenwood University’s core courses may substitute elective courses for the required core courses. However, under no circumstances can a student complete the program without having taken at least 30 credit hours in the Lindenwood University MBA program. Required program prerequisite courses are not included in the 30 credit hour minimum, and, to the extent such courses are required, they will add to the minimum credit hour requirement for the MBA with Advanced Standing.
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