Four-Year Combined BBA/MBA Option

Berkeley College makes it possible to earn both a BBA and an MBA in as few as four years.

High-performing students in certain Berkeley College BBA programs have the option to complete a Baccalaureate degree and a Master’s degree in Management in just four calendar years. This option offers many benefits, including the ability to:

  • Graduate with an MBA much sooner than through the traditional route
  • Expand career opportunities and earning potential with an advanced degree
  • Save significant tuition costs

This option is open to students in the following BBA programs:

  • Accounting (Note: The MBA Concentration in Accounting is only offered by Berkeley College - New Jersey, at the Woodland Park campus and Online)
  • Fashion Merchandising and Management
  • Financial Services
  • General Business
  • Health Services Management
  • International Business
  • Business Administration - Management
  • Marketing Communications

To complete in four years, students will attend full-time, three semesters per calendar year. Students must also complete all requirements for the MBA in Management degree in just one calendar year, complete 1-2 MBA core courses as undergraduate electives, and complete the remaining 30-33 MBA credits in the three semesters of their fourth calendar year of study.

Berkeley College undergraduate BBA students enrolled in the Four-year Combined BBA/MBA Option may take graduate courses at Berkeley College. To be considered for the Four-year Combined BBA/MBA Option, current Berkeley College undergraduates, transfer, and prospective students must meet the following admission criteria:

  • Full-time enrollment or intention to study full-time
  • Successful completion of the Business core courses 

The student may take a maximum of two graduate courses (i.e., a maximum of six credits) during his/her undergraduate career.

Each graduate course will appear on the undergraduate transcript with a subject code, number, title, number of credits, and grade. The student may substitute these courses for any business or free elective available in the 8th (pivot) semester, the last one of their undergraduate studies. As part of the undergraduate transcript, each course counts in the student’s undergraduate semester and cumulative GPAs and a total number of credits attempted and earned. 

If the student graduates with the undergraduate degree and matriculates into the Berkeley College graduate program, the student may also use those graduate courses to satisfy graduate degree requirements. Both graduate courses will appear on the graduate transcript as graded transfer credits.

SAMPLE PROGRAM SEQUENCE - Four-year Combined BBA in Accounting 

SAMPLE PROGRAM SEQUENCE - Four-year Combined BBA in Fashion Merchandising and Management

SAMPLE PROGRAM SEQUENCE - Four-year Combined BBA in Financial Services

SAMPLE PROGRAM SEQUENCE - Four-year Combined BBA in General Business

SAMPLE PROGRAM SEQUENCE - Four-year Combined BBA in Health Services Management

SAMPLE PROGRAM SEQUENCE - Four-year Combined BBA in International Business

SAMPLE PROGRAM SEQUENCE - Four-year Combined BBA in Business Administration - Management

SAMPLE PROGRAM SEQUENCE - Four-year Combined BBA in Marketing Communications