Master of Business Administration
The LSU Flores MBA Program strengthens students' core competencies, building character and increasing knowledge, skills and abilities across all business areas. Graduates are qualified for a variety of leadership positions in the corporate world including healthcare, internal audit, information technology, human resources, and finance. Graduates are part of a worldwide alumni network of more than 225,000 members. Best of all, the LSU Online MBA can be completed in as little as 18 months.
- #10 among all Southern schools
- #32 among online MBA programs in the U.S.
- #38 among all public schools
The LSU Flores Online MBA program—ranked 57th among all public colleges and universities in the country and No. 72 overall by U.S. News & World Report—is designed for professionals with at least five years of work experience. Recognized by some of the world's most influential business thought leaders, this program helps students hone the leadership, management and critical analysis skills to set themselves apart in any industry.
The program consists of 14 courses. Each course is 7 weeks long.
*The LSU Board of Supervisors may modify tuition and/or fees at any time without advance notice.
In order to graduate with an MBA degree, students enrolled in the program must complete 33 hours of core MBA courses and 9 hours of approved MBA electives. Students will work with an MBA Program advisor to ensure that regular and satisfactory progress towards the degree is made each term. Students may not count more than two C grades towards their degree requirements, and they cannot graduate unless their final MBA Program GPA is 3.0 or higher. Additionally, any student who has a cumulative GPA of below a 3.0 at any point during the program will either be placed on Academic Probation or dropped by the Graduate School.
The core courses include: BADM 7020, BADM 7030, BADM 7050, BADM 7060, BADM 7070, BADM 7090, BADM 7100, BADM 7120, BADM 7140, BADM 7190, and BADM 7200. Examples of possible elective courses include BADM 7160, BADM 7270, and BADM 7900. There are four elective courses offered on rotation: BADM 7160: Negotiation, Persuasion, and Influence, BADM 7270: Business Analytics, BADM 7270: Supply Chain Management, and BADM 7900: Project Management.
Deferring or suspending enrollment for one or more classes could delay the expected graduation date. Students must work with an MBA program advisor to determine how to re-enroll when a deferment is taken, and how it will affect the expected date of graduation. Courses are offered on a specific cycle, so that most courses are only offered twice a year. Students are registered for their courses by the MBA office each module. Students are responsible for paying their fee bill by the deadline and completing their registration. Late adds are not processed for LSU Online students.
Online MBA courses are solely for students who have been admitted to LSU Online.