Combined BBA/MBA Degree Pathway – SUNY Morrisville

Enrollment in a combined pathway allows highly qualified, current SUNY Morrisville Bachelor of Business Administration students to work on a master's degree while completing their bachelor’s degree. Up to 12 credits of designated graduate courses are incorporated into the undergraduate degree program and will count toward both the bachelor’s degree and the master’s degree.

Program Requirements

SUNY Morrisville students will be able to apply for the combined pathway once they have:

  • completed 60 credits of undergraduate coursework 
  • completed all required prerequisite courses with a B or better
  • earned a cumulative GPA of 3.2 or above at the time of application to the pathway


  • Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) to Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Business Management

Prerequisite Courses

The MBA in Business Management requires undergraduate-level courses with a B or better in:

  • microeconomics (3 credits),
  • statistics (3 credits), and
  • accounting (3 credits).

Combined Pathway Admission

Admission into the combined pathway is highly selective. SUNY Morrisville undergraduate students apply and complete the application to the MBA degree through the School for Graduate Studies online.

The following application requirements are waived:

  • application fee (contact for waiver code),
  • and the application essay.

Combined Pathway Courses

Students accepted to this combined pathway will include 4 courses (12 credits) in their approved undergraduate degree plans, chosen from the list below. SUNY Empire’s MBA-BM program has 7 unique concentrations and SUNY Morrisville students can tailor their course selection to align accordingly. Special requests to substitute these courses will be considered by the program chairs in consultation with the student's SUNY Morrisville advisor.

MBA-BM Concentration Options Combined Pathway Courses (choose 4)

General Business;
Business Analytics;
Healthcare Management;
Project Management;
Human Resource Management;
or Nonprofit Management

MGMT 6016 Financial Management
MGMT 6020 Leadership & Executive Development
MGMT 6025 Strategic Perspectives of Global Management
MGMT 6030 Management Information Systems & Data Visualization
MGMT 6035 Global E-Commerce Strategies
MGMT 6040 High Performance Management
MGMT 6045 Global Leadership Competencies
MGMT 6050 Operations and Supply Change Management
MGMT 6055 Economics for Global Managers
MGMT 6075 International Financial Management


For additional information about the program options and assistance with the application process, contact the School for Graduate Studies:

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Phone: 800-847-3000, ext. 2429