The Midwestern State University's Dillard College of Business Administration in Wichita Falls, Texas has made some changes to its MBA program beginning this Fall.
Students who don't hold a bachelors degree in business will no longer have to attain a minimum core of business knowledge before entering the program. Instead, they will have to take a six-credit online leveling course which covers the foundations of accounting, economics, statistics, finance, management, management information systems and marketing.
They will have the option to take the core MBA classes face-to-face, online or a mix of both. Each course will be offered twice a year.
Finally, new concentrations in accounting and energy management are added to the program.
Midwestern State University is accredited by AACSB.