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The MBA/JD is a 36-credit hour dual degree designed for students who are currently enrolled in the JD program at the University of Memphis, Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law and are interested in modern law and management. This joint program offers the student the ability to complete both the JD and MBA degrees in less time than it takes to complete them separately. An applicant must submit separate applications and be independently accepted to both the JD and MBA programs. A student is encouraged to apply to both programs at the same time. A law student must begin the MBA program before beginning the third year of law school course work. An MBA student must begin law school before completing one half of the course work in the MBA program. Students in the coordinated MBA/JD program may schedule their course work in the joint program to suit their educational objectives, subject to the restrictions listed below:; The University of Memphis charges a student in a joint degree program the higher tuition for all credits earned in either degree. Since law school tuition is higher than graduate business school tuition, students in the joint degree are charged law school tuition rates for course credit in both law school and business school, even if a student only takes business school courses in a given semester. For more information, please visit the program websites:; There are no prerequisites for the core MBA curriculum. However, students entering the MBA programs are expected to be fluent in the language of business, with a working understanding of key concepts in economics, finance, and accounting. In addition, students are expected to have a working proficiency in statistics.

MBA Degree Requirements

Each candidate for an MBA degree must complete 30 hours of Core courses, plus 6 hours of approved Elective courses, for a total of 36 credit hours.

MBA Core Courses (30 hours):

ACCT 7080 - Financial/Managerial Acct Mgrs Credit Hours: (3)

BA 7501 - Leadership & Negotiation Credit Hours: 3

BA 7503 - Advanced Business Analytics Credit Hours: 3

ECON 7100 - Econ for Global Executive Credit Hours: (3)

FIR 7155 - Global Financial Mgmt Credit Hours: (3)

MGMT 7160 - Global Strategic Mgmt Credit Hours: (3)

MIS 7650 - Info Syst Global Enterprise Credit Hours: (3)

MKTG 7140 - Global Strategic Marketing Credit Hours: (3)

SCMS 7110 - Intro to Business Analytics Credit Hours: (3)

SCMS 7313 - Supply Chain Operations Mgmt Credit Hours: (3)

MBA/JD Course Substitution

The School of Law will award credit toward the JD degree for 9 hours of approved MBA Core Knowledge and Skills course work. These 9 credit hours count for a portion of the thirty-five JD elective hours, under the following conditions:

MBA courses must be taken on-campus (i.e. online classes will not be counted).

The student must earn a grade of B or better in each MBA course.

Grades in MBA courses transfer to the School of Law on a Pass/No Grade basis.

Grades in MBA courses are not used to determine academic standing or class rank in the School of Law.

The Fogelman College of Business and Economics will award credit toward the MBA degree for 9 credit hours of approved courses offered by the School of Law. These 9 credit hours count for the 6 hours of elective courses and 3 hours of MBA Core courses, under the following conditions:

The student must earn a C+ or better in the law classes used towards the MBA.

The law classes will not be counted to compute the MBA grade point average.

At most two C’s may count towards the MBA degree.

The decision on which required hours are substituted is at the discretion of the MBA program director.

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Fogelman College of Business & Economics

Öğrenim seçenekleri

Full Time (30 kredi saati)

Okul ücreti
US$17,860.00 (TRY 343,925) Yıllık
USD $17,860 for 18 credit hours
Başlangıç tarihi

28 Ağustos 2023, 16 Ocak 2024


Fogelman College of Business & Economics

3675 Central Avenue,



38152, United States

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Baccalaureate Degree: The applicant must provide an official transcript showing that a bachelor’s degree was awarded by an accredited college or university. If you are a UofM undergraduate student applying to Graduate School at UofM, you do not need to request that an official transcript be sent to Graduate Admissions. This office has access to your transcript. In addition, transcripts from any other college or university attended may be requested. Only transcripts received directly from an issuing institution are considered official. Personal copies are not acceptable as official documents.

GPA: The applicant must have earned an acceptable grade point average, typically a minimum of 2.5 on a scale of 4.0, but departments may make exceptions for students whose overall GPA does not adequately reflect their ability to succeed in their chosen field.

English proficiency test scores accepted by the University:

  • Duolingo English Test- 100 or higher on the overall score, all sub scores must be at least 80.
  • TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) 550 or higher on the paper version, 79 or higher on the internet-based test
  • IELTS (International English Language Testing System)- 6.0 or higher
  • PTE (Pearson Test of English) - 53 or higher

Spring 2024 admissions (and future terms) the English Proficiency minimum requirements will change to:

  • Duolingo English Test-110 or higher on the overall score.
  • TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) 550 or higher on the paper version, 80 or higher on the internet-based test
  • IELTS (International English Language Testing System)- 6.5 or higher
  • PTE (Pearson Test of English) - 59 or higher

Seçtiğiniz bölüme bağlı olarak farklı IELTS koşulları olabilir.


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