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4+1 Accelerated Bachelor’s/Master’s degrees are a great way to save time and money and also enhance your career opportunities. Receive your Master’s degree in as little as one year. Eligible students take 12 graduate credits which is applied to both the undergraduate and graduate degrees.
As one of the top business schools in Westchester County, Fairfield County and the NYC area, the School of Arts and Sciences serves residential students as well as commuters.
Students must have at least 75 earned credits to be accepted into the program. Candidates need an overall GPA of at least 3.3, have taken coursework to provide a strong foundation of business knowledge, and have at least one recommendation from Manhattanville faculty attesting to the student’s preparedness for graduate level study.
The BS programs of study in Business Management require students to complete three elective courses in an area of concentration. Undergraduate students who are accepted into the dual degree program would fulfill these electives as well as one additional course (which would count toward the degree, but not the major) via 4 of 5 possible graduate level courses in the Marketing Communication Management M.S. program (see below). These courses encompass eight core courses which are required to earn the MS degree in Marketing Communication.
All students in the dual degree program must complete MKMC 5100, MKMC 5101, MKMC 5102 and MSIM 5602 and must also earn a B or better in all MKMC/MGPS coursework to continue in the program and may take no more than one MKMC/MGPS course in the first two semesters of their participation in the program. Students may subsequently take up to two MKMC/MGPS courses per semester.
Courses that are eligible to be counted toward both awards:
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Current Manhattanville College students enrolled in the School of Arts & Sciences, please contact program director, Jean Mann at 914-323-5419 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org