AGRADE - Accelerated Graduate Enrollment
The Mike Ilitch School of Business has established an accelerated combined undergraduate and graduate program ('AGRADE') whereby qualified students in the Mike Ilitch School of Business may enroll simultaneously in undergraduate and graduate courses of the School. A maximum of twelve credits may be applied towards both undergraduate and graduate degrees in a student's major field if the major department is an AGRADE participant. Those who elect the 'AGRADE' program may expect to complete the Bachelor's and Master's degrees in five years of full-time study.
Eligibility: 'AGRADE' applicants must have an overall g.p.a. of 3.5 through their junior year. Applicants are also expected to have performed at a superior level in their major, as determined by the major department and reflected in a g.p.a. in the major of at least 3.6 at the time of application.
Application: A student seeking 'AGRADE' status should present to the Mike Ilitch School of Business Graduate Programs Office all of the materials which that department requires for normal graduate admission, EXCEPT for the GMAT or Graduate Record Examination (GRE). Specific graduate admission requirements can be found in this bulletin or obtained from the Graduate Programs Office of the Mike Ilitch School of Business at 313-577-4511.
The earliest date by which a student may apply for the 'AGRADE' program is during the semester in which he/she completes ninety credits toward the undergraduate degree.
AGRADE Credits: Students may elect a minimum of three and a maximum of twelve 'AGRADE' credits. These will be used to complete the baccalaureate degree as well as to serve as the beginning of graduate study. Upon formal admission to a master's program, 'AGRADE' credits are transferred as if they were graduate credits transferred from a graduate program at another university. The remaining graduate credits required for the master's degree will be earned in the conventional manner following formal admission to the graduate program.
Courses Approved for AGRADE:
Take no more than four courses or 12 credits from any one of the following program areas.
|FIN 7000||Applied Financial Analysis||3|
|FIN 7220||Advanced Managerial Finance||3|
|FIN 7230||Investment Policies||3|
|FIN 7280||Entrepreneurial Finance and Venture Capital||3|
|FIN 7290||Topics in Finance||3|
|FIN 7870||International Finance||3|
|Global Supply Chain Management|
|GSC 7620||Global Supply Chain Management||3|
|GSC 7650||Strategic Procurement||3|
|GSC 7670||Special Topics in Supply Chain Management||3|
|GSC 7991||Principles of Quality Management||3|
|GSC 7992||Methods of Quality Management||3|
|Information Systems Management|
|ISM 7510||Database Management||3|
|ISM 7520||Information Systems Design||3|
|ISM 7530||Societal and Ethical Issues in the Information Age||3|
|ISM 7560||Survey of E-Commerce||3|
|ISM 7570||Data Mining||3|
|ISM 7575||Corporate Computer Networks and IT Security||3|
|ISM 7900||Project Management||3|
|ISM 7994||Digital Content Development||3|
|MGT 7640||Management of Human Resources||3|
|MGT 7650||Strategic Human Resource Management||3|
|MGT 7660||Entrepreneurial Management||3|
|MGT 7750||Labor Relations and Collective Bargaining||3|
|MGT 7900||Project Management||3|
|MGT 8000||Seminar in Management||3|
|MKT 7150||Global Automotive Marketing Strategy||3|
|MKT 7430||Advertising Management||3|
|MKT 7450||Business Research and Methodology||3|
|MKT 7470||Consumer and Industrial Buying Behavior||3|
|MKT 7500||International Marketing Strategy||3|
|MKT 7700||Management of Retail Enterprises||3|
For more details about the 'AGRADE' program, contact the Undergraduate Student Services office in Room 200 of the Prentis Building or by calling 313-577-4505, or contact the Graduate Programs Office at 313-577-4511 or email firstname.lastname@example.org