Current Graduate Students Info

Textbooks

MBA students may purchase textbooks over the phone or online through the Campbell University Bookstore. Textbook information can be found online at www.campbell.bncollege.com. Students may also visit the bookstore located at 85 Main Street, Buies Creek, NC.

Graduate Credit

Only courses listed in the MBA Class Schedule may satisfy the Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree requirements.

In order to be granted the MBA degree, a student must meet the following:

  • Admission in full standing
  • A minimum of thirty-seven credit hours of credit in a program approved by the Director of the MBA Program
  • A minimum of thirty-one credit hours of credit in the Graduate Program must be completed at Campbell University
  • The completion of the required course of study, with at least a “B” (3.0) average, and no more than two “C” grades
  • Completion of the MBA exit exam (Major Field Test)
  • Completion of all requirements within a five-calendar-year period of time.

Campbell University reserves the right to change the schedule, limit enrollment, and cancel classes with insufficient enrollment. Campbell University reaffirms its standing policy of nondiscrimination in employment and in all of its programs and activities with respect to race, creed, color, sex, age, religion, national origin, or disability.

Internship Requirements

Students in the full time/traditional program must demonstrate that they have earned 200 hours of professional work experience prior to graduation.

  • For Students: For more information on our internship requirements please view our Student Internship/Work Experience Handbook. Here you will find inportant information on internship eligibility, a step-by-step checklist for applying for and completing your internship, your Internship/Work Experience Contract, and a Final Self-Evaluation Form.
  • For Employers: If you are an employer interested in hiring a student for an internship position, please view our Employer Handbook. Here you will find information on the expectations, roles, and responsibilities of our student interns and the employer/supervisor, as well as a copy of the Extended Internship/Work Experience Final Evaluation to be completed for the student at the conclusion of the internship.

Applying for Graduation

A student must apply for granting of the MBA degree through the MBA Office at least one term before the date upon which the degree is expected to be conferred. An audit will be completed of all courses and grades before a diploma is ordered. Degrees are conferred in December, May, and August.

Applications received before the specified time will be processed for the desired graduation ceremony, assuming all requirements are met. Applications received after this time will be processed for the next graduation ceremony. Note that although degrees may be conferred in August, there is no graduation ceremony at that time. August graduates may choose to attend graduation ceremonies the following December.

*4+1 Students: Please remember to also apply for undergraduate graduation through the main university Registrar’s Office.

Major Field Test

All MBA students must take the Major Field Test in order to graduate. The ETS® Major Field Tests are comprehensive undergraduate and MBA outcomes assessments designed to measure the critical knowledge and understanding obtained by students in a major field of study. The Major Field Tests go beyond the measurement of actual knowledge by helping us evaluate students’ ability to analyze and solve problems, understand relationships and interpret material from their major field of study.

There is no specific way to “study” for the Major Field Test. Information regarding the examination can be found at https://www.ets.org/s/mft/pdf/mft_mba_flyer.pdf. You can register for the Major Field Test along with your Application for Graduation.

Program Withdrawal

Students enrolled in the MBA Program may need to withdraw from the MBA program. Students can receive a full tuition refund for the courses they are enrolled in at the time of withdrawal provided the withdrawal form is submitted prior to the second class meeting. No refund will be made after the second class meeting. To withdraw from the MBA program complete the Program Withdrawal Form and submit it to the Graduate Programs Office.

Grading and Refund Policy

Effective Fall 2016

Graduate & First Professional Programs

Course Drop (“D” status assigned) – All Semesters
Days into Semester Tuition Refund
Days 1 – 5 100%
Days 6 – End of Semester No Refund
Course Drop (“W” status assigned) – All Semesters
Days into Semester Tuition Refund
Days 1 – 5 100%
Days 6 – End of Semester No Refund