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3-2 Program Benefits
2 degrees in 5 years
Use Undergraduate scholarships to help pay for first 18 MBA credits
Double dip - Use 18 units for both undergrad and MBA
Apply undergraduate knowledge to business practice
Build professional network and develop business savvy
Expand employment opportunities and career ladders
The Anderson MBA
ACCELERATED MBA FOCUSED MBA
1 orientation class 1 orientation class
10 core MBA classes 10 core MBA classes
2 electives 4 concentration classes
Features of both Programs
Designed for individuals with AND without business backgrounds
No prerequisites for the MBA Program
Recommended courses before start of the program:
Calculus (Math 180/162)
Micro and macro economics
33 credit hour program
4 tracks available
- Professional (for bachelor grads not in accounting)
- Information Assurance
Master of Accounting Program (MACCT)
How They Save Money
3 MAJOR COST SAVERS
1. Take 18 MBA credits while paying undergraduate tuition
2. Use undergraduate scholarships to pay for almost half an MBA!
3. Double Dipping - 18 credits used for both Bachelor's and MBA!
Students Get Anderson Advantage
Career Services Center
Diverse Student Population
Expand on Leadership Roles
20,000+ Alumni Connection
1. Complete 90 credit hours of bachelors degree by end of semester before starting MBA classes
2. 3.0 Cumulative GPA
3. GMAT/GRE equivalent score of 500+
Use the GRE Conversion tool to figure out your GMAT score: http://www.ets.org/s/gre/flash/bschool/comparison/17302/170/index.html
WHICH EXAM TO TAKE
GMAT (typically required for business school)
Format: 30-minute analytic section. 30-minute integrated reasoning section. 75-minute quantitative section. 75-minute verbal section.
GRE (typically accepted for non-business disciplines)
Format: 75-minute analytic section w/2 essays. Two 30-minute verbal sections. Two 30-minute verbal sections. Two 30-minute quantitative sections.
WHAT'S NEEDED TO APPLY
1. Online application (online.mgt.unm.edu/mba)
2. Pay $50 application fee
3. Print signature page
4. Send unofficial UNM transcripts
5. Send in GMAT/GRE Scores
6. 3-2 Supplemental Application
October 1st Deadline for Spring Admission
April 1st Deadline for Fall Admission
Note: The best way to submit...Bring signature page, transcripts, receipts and copy of GMAT/GRE, and supplemental application together to Anderson Advisement. The date you turn in the signature page is your official application date.
Help us introduce the program EARLY
Every student will fit this program differently
Work closely with both Anderson and current college advisor to plan properly
Students will not receive advisement from Anderson on their UG major
Set expectations for demands of graduate level courses
During Senior Year, students register for MBA core classes (3 courses per semester)
3-2 Students get special sections to register (Ex: MGMT 500-100)
Students turn in level restrictions form to Anderson Advisement for signatures and then to registrar's office for registration
Graduate Program Information
Anderson Advisement Center
Erick Rodriguez Lisa Beauchene
Graduate Advisor Recruitment Specialist
Leslie Oakes: Program Advisor
Breakdown of Savings
Graduate Tuition Undergraduate Tuition
In-State In-State Out-of-State
$508/credit $295/credit $888/credit
Average MBA program ~$51,000
For more information: www.unm.edu/~bursar
Who We Are Looking For
Motivated, high achieving students
Minors in Business
Students with career goals
Students interested in leadership roles
Students interested in an MBA
What Is The 3-2 Program
Program designed to complete both a bachelor's degree in a field outside of management and an MBA degree in five (5) years.
For the first three years, pursue a non-business undergraduate degree.
In the semester before the start of your final year of undergrad, apply for admission to the MBA program at Anderson School of Management.
During the senior year, take 6 total MBA courses (in place of a minor/electives) and remaining undergrad courses.
Tuition + Fees Cost
3-2 with Lottery Scholarship $20,778
UNM undergrad w/lottery + traditional MBA $29,920
UNM undergrad + traditional MBA $49,640
Connect with UG advisor and Anderson graduate advisor EARLY to plan course of study
Take Exams (First Semester)
Apply to MBA Program (Second Semester)
Final Year of Undergrad:
Take 3 MBA courses per semester with remaining UG degree requirements
1 Year Graduate School – finish MBA degree with either 19 credits (Accelerated MBA) or 25 credits (Focused MBA)
Challenges of Program
Applying too late
Waiting too long to take the GMAT...
if don't get a passing score, only have 1 year to complete minor
if don't get a passing score, don't have enough time to retake the test
Running out of undergraduate scholarships
Being on the bubble with GPA
Working person...3 graduate classes + 2 Undergraduate classes is a heavy load
Not understanding the minor guidelines - students may have double minor
HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE?
Average length of time to complete the MBA:
3 years from start of final UG year
HOW SUCCESSFUL IS THE AVERAGE STUDENT?
Average GPA of 3-2 MBA grads:
data from 2014-present
WHAT 3-2 MBA ALUMS ARE DOING...
Project Manager - Sandia National Labs (2016)
Military Intelligence Office - US Army (2016)
Research & Policy Analyst - NM Voices for Children (2016)
Consultant - Capgemini IT, Media and Entertainment (2014)
Technical Business Devt Contractor - Akima LLC (2016)
Analyst - Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City (2016)
Store Manager - Tillys (2015)
Financial Rep - Northwest Mutual (2016)
SAP Consultant - ABS GmbH (2016)