The Maine Business School offers programs in business administration. This professional program provides students with an education based on a strong liberal arts foundation. This broad education is designed to prepare students for successful careers in a rapidly changing global environment while providing them with the skills needed for lifelong learning.
Bachelor of Science in:
Management of Information Science
Each Business Administration concentration is open only to Accounting, Finance, Management or Marketing majors. Please be aware that some of the courses in each concentration have prerequisites.
Management of Information Science Concentration:
Elective Courses (choose 2):
Electives - (choose 2 courses):
International Business Concentration:
Electives - Two internationally-oriented non-business elective courses
A study abroad international experience
Entrance requirements for the degree programs in the Maine Business School are noted in the Admission section of this catalog. Please note that admission requirements differ among majors.
Faculty in the Maine Business School are committed to ensuring that students receive thoughtful guidance throughout their academic careers. Each student will be assigned a faculty mentor in his/her intended major as well as a professional advisor. Students may request a change in advisor at any time.
Declaring the Major:
Students applying for admission to the Maine Business School must designate a major on the application form. Please read the appropriate section in this catalog for more information about the specific majors.
Military Credit Policy:
The Maine Business School allow a maximum of 15 military science credits which will count as free electives. No MSL classes count as Business electives.
Students currently enrolled in another baccalaureate program at the University of Maine may change their enrollment to the Maine Business School provided they have the required grade point average and are in good academic standing on the effective date of change. For students changing colleges, the Maine Business School requires a 2.0 accumulative grade point average. Students who wish to change Colleges should contact the associate dean of their current college for procedures.
Students from other Universities generally are accepted as transfer students if they have completed a minimum of 12 semester credits with the required grade point average. For students transferring to the Maine Business School the required grade point average is 2.0. Students applying for transfer will receive an evaluation of their transcripts indicating course equivalencies for any courses taken at other institutions. The Maine Business School adheres to University-wide transfer policies.
Students currently enrolled at the University of Maine who wish to take courses at another institution must obtain written approval from the Associate Dean’s office prior to registration. The Office of Student Records and the Associate Dean’s office will evaluate all courses for which transfer credit is requested.
In an effort to continue to improve the quality of the MBS in an era of steady or declining state support, additional funding is important. Growth in student numbers has resulted in a need for more faculty, changes in staffing, and other modifications to the MBS. To continue to increase the quality of the MBS, a course fee of $100.00 will be assessed to all students in business courses.
The revenue generated will be used to continue to upgrade the computer lab, to use experienced adjunct faculty in targeted areas, allowing full-time faculty to teach more upper level courses, to support students participating in business competitions in the United States and Canada, and for other items that will directly benefit you and other students. A portion of the fee revenue will be expended based on the recommendations of the Dean’s Student Advisory Board. This will insure that we are focusing on those items that contribute to a positive learning environment for our students.
Maine Business School
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