ECUST

In 2007, East China University of Science and Technology (ECUST) of People’s Republic of China and the University of Michigan-Flint (UM-Flint) established a cooperative relationship that facilitates transfer of credits to the MBA programs of the School of Management. Accordingly, the University of Michigan-Flint admits ECUST students who have met the admission criteria of UM-Flint. Applications should be made directly to the University of Michigan-Flint. Students are awarded UM-Flint MBA degree after the successful completion of the degree requirements detailed below.

The University of Michigan-Flint provides assistance in location an accommodation, and advising on academic matters. Upon arrival, international students are strongly advised to meet with the BBA/MBA Program Director on curricular and schedule advising so that a curriculum plan that meets their unique career goal.

ECUST students who wish to pursue an MBA degree at UM-Flint should complete the following coursework:

UM-Flint requirement ECUST equivalent
Foundation Courses
MGT 512 - Applied Quantitative Analysis
Quantitative Methods *
ACC 521 - Accounting for Managers Accounting *
MGT 541 - Organizational Behavior Organizational Behavior*
FIN 551 - Business Economics  
MBA Core Courses
MGT 501 - Organz Communic & Negotiation  
MKT 531 - Marketing Management Marketing*
MGT 552 - Business and Society  
FIN 561 - Financial Management Marketing*
MGT 571 - Operations Management  
MGT 581 - Management Info Systems  
INB 585 -Global Dimensions of Management  
MGT 589 - Strategic Management  
Elective requirements:
     Choose two or more electives from below: **
     MGT 502 Selected Readings I
     MGT 503 Selected Readings II
     MGT 504 Selected Readings III
     MGT 522 Advanced Federal Income Taxation Theory and Research
     MGT 523 Advanced Governmental and Nonprofit Accounting and Financial Reporting
     MGT 525 Advanced Financial Reporting
     MGT 527 Seminar in Professional Accountancy
     MGT 528 Seminar in Management Accounting
     MKT 532 Marketing Strategy
     MKT 536 International and Global Marketing Management
     MGT 542 Strategic Human Resource Management
     MGT 545 Innovation Management/Entrepreneurship
     MGT 549 Contemporary Issues in Leadership
     MGT 554 Managerial Economics
     FIN 562 Advanced Corporate Finance: Application and Financial Strategy
     FIN 564 Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management
     FIN 565 Financial Engineering and Risk Management
     FIN 566 International and Global Financial Management
     FIN 567 Financial Statement Analysis
     FIN 568 Financial Markets and Institutions
     MGT 573 Topics in Quality Management
     MGT 591 Applied Research Project
     MGT 599 Special Topics in Management
 
For detailed course information, please check the University Catalog.
 

* Only courses completed with a grade of B or better will be considered for transfer or waiver. At most 9 credit hours can transfer.
** Choose as many electives as needed to meet the minimum credit hour requirements. Completion of a minimum of 30 graduate credit hours at UM-Flint is required to receive a general MBA degree, and 33 graduate credit hours at UM-Flint for an MBA degree with a concentration.

NTNU

 The University of Michigan-Flint (“UM-Flint”) proposes this draft articulation guide for consideration of National Taiwan Normal University (“NTNU”) in developing a collaborative dual Master of Business Administration (“ MBA”) program. Please note that not all elements on this proposed program have been approved by appropriate authorities of UM-Flint:

UM-FLINT Foundation Courses NTNU Equivalence Notes
MGT 512 Applied Quantitative Analysis
Statistics (2 Semesters)
Management Science
*Waivable
(Statistics and Management Science)
ACC 521 Accounting for Managers
Accounting I
Accounting II
*Waivable
(Financial and Managerial Accounting)
MGT 541 Organizational Behavior
Organizational Behavior
*Waivable
(Organizational Behavior)
FIN 551 Business Economics
Principles of Economics
(2 semesters)
*Waivable
(Microeconomics and Macroeconomics)
MBA CORE COURSES
MKT 531 Marketing Management
Marketing Management
*Transferable
FIN 561 Financial Management
Financial Management
*Transferable
MGT 571 Operations Management
   
External Environment / Managerial Support / Integrative
MGT 501 Interpersonal & Organizational Communication    
MGT 552 Business & Society    
MGT 581 Management Information Systems    
INB 585 Global Dimensions of Management    
Capstone
MGT 589 Strategic Management    
Two Elective Courses Towards General MBA
Or, Three Electve/Concentration Courses in the Same field Towards an MBA with a concentration***
MKT 533 Advanced Consumer Behavior Consumer Behavior *Transferable
MGT 545 Innovation Management/Entrepreneurship Innovation and Entrepreneurship *Transferable
FIN 565 Financial Engineering and Risk Management Financial Derivatives *Tranferable
FIN 566 International and Global Financial Management International Finance *Transferable
  General MBA MBA with a Concentration
Total required credit hours for General MBA 42 45
Credit hours after transfers 36 39
Credit hours after waiving all foundation courses 24 27

*To waive out of foundation courses, a student needs to attain a minimum grade of B in equivalent courses listed in parentheses at graduate or undergraduate level.

** A student can transfer maximum of 6 credits toward core or elective courses.

*** To get a concentration, a student needs to take three concentration courses in a discipline in lieu of three elective courses in one of the following areas: Accounting, Computer Information Systems, Finance, Health Care Management, International Business, or Marketing.

 

Proposed course plan

Fall Term MGT 571, MGT 501, MGT 552
Winter Term MGT 581, two elective/concentration courses
Spring Term INB 585, MGT 589
Summer Term If students pursue a concentration: 3rd concentration course

 

NTPU

In 2007, National Taipei University (NTPU) of Taiwan and the University of Michigan-Flint (UM-Flint) established a cooperative relationship that facilitates transfer of credits to the MBA program at the School of Management. Students who successfully complete the graduation requirements of this program are awarded two degrees: an MBA degree awarded by the University of Michigan-Flint and an MBA degree awarded by National Taipei University.

Accordingly, students seeking admission to the NTPU/UM-Flint dual MBA program should have earned a baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution, be nominated by NTPU, and meet the admission criteria of UM-Flint. The University of Michigan-Flint provides assistance in location and accommodation, as well as academic and advising matters. Upon arrival, NTPU students are strongly encouraged to meet with the BBA/MBA Program Director to develop a curriculum plan that meets their unique career goals.

The dual MBA program consists of an initial study period on the NTPU campus and approximately 12 months on the UM-Flint campus for a general MBA, and longer for an MBA with a concentration. To reduce the duration of study, some of the graduate coursework on the UM-Flint campus may be taken in mixed online and residency format. NTPU students who wish to pursue an MBA degree at UM-Flint should complete the following coursework:

Courses at National Taipei University (21 semester credit hours)

NTPU courses Notes
Statistics and Management Science for Business
Waives UM-Flint MGT 512*
Business Economics
Waives UM-Flint FIN 551*
Financial Accounting and Analysis
Waives UM-Flint ACC 521**
Cost and Managerial Accounting
Waives UM-Flint ACC 521**
Marketing Management
Transfers as UM-Flint MKT 531*
Financial Management
Transfers as UM-Flint FIN 561*
Operations Management
Transfers as UM-Flint MGT 571*

* The UM-Flint general MBA degree requires 42 credit hours. A minimum of 30 credit hours must be taken at UM-Flint. The UM-Flint MBA degree with a concentration requires 45 credit hours. A minimum of 33 credit hours must be taken at UM-Flint. Some of the required 42-45 credit hours can be waived or transferred. To transfer or waive a course, students need to obtain a minimum grade of B in the respective courses taken at NTPU. A maximum of three courses (nine credits) can be transferred towards the UM-Flint MBA degree.

** To waive MGT 521, students must take both Financial and Accounting Analysis and Cost and Managerial courses at NTPU and receive a minimum grade of B in each course.

Courses at the University of Michigan-Flint (30-45 credit hours): (Click on courses to view descriptions)
     MGT 501 - Interpersonal and Organizational Communication
     MGT 541 - Organizational Behavior
     MGT 552 - Business and Society
     MGT 581 - Management Information Systems
     INB 585 - Global Dimensions of Management
     MGT 589 - Strategic Management
     MINIMUM of two graduate-level electives (General MBA)
          MGT 513 - Spreadsheet Modeling
          MKT 532 - Marketing Strategy
          MGT 554 - Managerial Economics
          MGT 591 - Applied Research Project
          MGT 599 - Special Topics in Management

     or MINIMUM of three graduate-level concentration courses (MBA with Concentration)
          Accounting

          CIS
          Finance
          Health Care Management
          International Business
          Lean Manufacturing
          Marketing
 

To view a list of courses for each concentration, please see the University Catalog (note section A-3).
For detailed course information, please see the University Catalog.

Shanghai

In 2006, Shanghai University of China and the University of Michigan-Flint (UM-Flint) established a cooperative relationship that facilitates transfer of credits to the MBA programs of the School of Management. Accordingly, the University of Michigan-Flint admits Shanghai University students who have met the admission criteria of UM-Flint. Applications should be made directly to the University of Michigan-Flint. Students are awarded UM-Flint MBA degree after the successful completion of the degree requirements detailed below.

The University of Michigan-Flint provides assistance in location an accommodation, and advising on academic matters. Upon arrival, international students are strongly advised to meet with the BBA/MBA Program Director on curricular and schedule advising so that a curriculum plan that meets their unique career goal.

Shanghai University students who wish to pursue an MBA degree at UM-Flint should complete the following coursework:

UM-Flint Shanghai
Foundation Courses
MGT 512 - Applied Quantitative Analysis DMD1*
ACC 521- Accounting for Managers  
MGT 541 - Organizational Behavior OB1*
FIN 551- Business Economics  
MBA Core Courses
MGT 552 - Business and Society  
FIN 561 - Financial Management FM1*
MGT 571 - Operations Management  
MGT 581 - Management Info Systems IT1*
INB 585 - Global Dimensions of Management  
MGT 589 - Strategic Management  
Elective requirements:
Choose two or more electives from below: **
     MGT 502 Selected Readings I
     MGT 503 Selected Readings II
     MGT 504 Selected Readings III
     MGT 522 Advanced Federal Income Taxation Theory and Research
     MGT 523 Advanced Governmental and Nonprofit Accounting and Financial Reporting
     MGT 525 Advanced Financial Reporting
     MGT 527 Seminar in Professional Accountancy
     MGT 528 Seminar in Management Accounting
     MGT 532 Marketing Strategy
     MKT 536 International and Global Marketing Management
     MGT 542 Strategic Human Resource Management
     MGT 545 Innovation Management/Entrepreneurship
     MGT 549 Contemporary Issues in Leadership
     MGT 554 Managerial Economics
     FIN 562 Advanced Corporate Finance: Application and Financial Strategy
     FIN 564 Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management
     FIN 565 Financial Engineering and Risk Management
     FIN 566 International and Global Financial Management
     FIN 567 Financial Statement Analysis
     FIN 568 Financial Markets and Institutions
     MGT 573 Topics in Quality Management
     MGT 591 Applied Research Project
     MGT 599 Special Topics in Management
 

For detailed course information, please check the University Catalog.

* Only courses completed with a grade of B or better will be considered for transfer or waiver. At most 9 credit hours can transfer.
** Choose as many electives as needed to meet the minimum credit hour requirements. Completion of a minimum of 30 graduate credit hours at UM-Flint is required to receive a general MBA degree, and 33 graduate credit hours at UM-Flint for an MBA degree with a concentration.

 

Tamkang

In 2006, Tamkang University of Taiwan and the University of Michigan-Flint (UM-Flint) established a cooperative relationship that facilitates transfer of credits to the MBA programs of the School of Management. Accordingly, the University of Michigan-Flint admits Tamkang University students who have met the admission criteria of UM-Flint. Applications should be made directly to the University of Michigan-Flint. Students are awarded UM-Flint MBA degree after the successful completion of the degree requirements detailed below.

The University of Michigan-Flint provides assistance in location an accommodation, and advising on academic matters. Upon arrival, international students are strongly advised to meet with the BBA/MBA Program Director on curricular and schedule advising so that a curriculum plan that meets their unique career goal.

Tamkang University students who wish to pursue an MBA degree at UM-Flint should complete the following coursework:

UM-Flint requirement Tamkang University equivalent
Foundation courses
MGT 512  - Applied Quantitative Analysis

 

Statistics and Management Science for Business *
ACC 521 - Accounting for Managers
Financial Accounting and Analysis *
MGT 541 - Organizational Behavior  
FIN 551 - Business Economics
Business Economics *
MBA core courses
MGT 501 - Organz Communication & Negotiation  
MKT 531 - Marketing Management
Marketing Management *
MGT 552 - Business and Society  
FIN 561 - Financial Management
Financial Management *
MGT 571 - Operations Management
Operations Management *
MGT 581 - Management Info Systems  
INB 585 - Global Dimensions of Management  
MGT 589 - Strategic Management  
Elective requirements:
     Choose two or more electives from below: **
     MGT 502 Selected Readings I
     MGT 503 Selected Readings II
     MGT 504 Selected Readings III
     MGT 522 Advanced Federal Income Taxation Theory and Research
     MGT 523 Advanced Governmental and Nonprofit Accounting and Financial Reporting
     MGT 525 Advanced Financial Reporting
     MGT 527 Seminar in Professional Accountancy
     MGT 528 Seminar in Management Accounting
     MKT 532 Marketing Strategy
     MKT 536 International and Global Marketing Management
     MGT 542 Strategic Human Resource Management
     MGT 545 Innovation Management/Entrepreneurship
     MGT 549 Contemporary Issues in Leadership
     MGT 554 Managerial Economics
     MGT 562 Advanced Corporate Finance: Application and Financial Strategy
     FIN 564 Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management
     FIN 565 Financial Engineering and Risk Management
     FIN 566 International and Global Financial Management
     FIN 567 Financial Statement Analysis
     FIN 568 Financial Markets and Institutions
     MGT 573 Topics in Quality Management
     MGT 591 Applied Research Project
     MGT 599 Special Topics in Management
 
For detailed course information, please check the University Catalog.
 
* Only courses completed with a grade of B or better will be considered for transfer or waiver. At most 9 credit hours can transfer.
** Choose as many electives as needed to meet the minimum credit hour requirements. Completion of a
minimum of 30 graduate credit hours at UM-Flint is required to receive a general MBA degree, and 33 graduate
credit hours at UM-Flint for an MBA degree with a concentration.