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Management 3+1, Bachelor of Arts/Master

Why choose the Management 3+1 Accelerated Degree Program at Saint Leo?

Do you want to own or manage a company? You know the value of time, and want to use your own effectively. Accelerate your path to success with an aggressive business plan. By combining your BA in Management with the M.B.A., you’re well positioned to climb the ladder to the top - faster.

Students who join the Management 3+1 Accelerated Degree Program will enjoy all of the benefits afforded by studying at Saint Leo's Donald R. Tapia College of Business including:

  • No entrance exams required for the graduate portion
  • Preferential admission to the graduate program
  • Gaining a competitive edge over their peers, graduating with two high-value degrees in less time
  • Ability to enter the workforce earlier, armed with an advanced degree that will likely increase career opportunities and earning potential
  • Savings by reducing the amount of tuition, fees and housing costs necessary to earn both degrees

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How does the program work?

First you will complete the undergraduate curriculum leading to the Bachelor of Arts in Management, gaining a solid foundation in the core competencies that are essential for today's global business environment. You'll complete the Common Body of Knowledge courses that address all facets of business along with additional upper level coursework geared specifically toward developing your management skills.

You'll then cap off your experience with the high-value One Year International & Experiential MBA program, designed to yield an advanced understanding of key business principles, the ability to effectively utilize decision processes, in-depth knowledge of functional operations, and most importantly - the ability to work and lead effectively in today's ever-changing business environment.

Students in the 3+1 Accelerated Degree Program follow the same undergraduate and graduate curricula as our traditional programs, but proceed at a faster pace. Earning a bachelor's degree of 120 credits in three years requires that students take a minimum of 40 credit hours per year, which may require a combination of on-campus, summer and online courses. Transferred credits will also impact program completion time. AP, IB and dual enrollment credits earned by high school students before graduation are accepted.

Students will need to complete the application for admission to their graduate program of choice at the completion of their second year.

Specialized Academic Advising

Because the time frame necessary to complete the program will vary depending upon each student's unique circumstances at the time of entry, academic advising is a crucial part of this program. Personalized, one-on-one advising from a dedicated accelerated degree program advisor is one of the hallmarks of this program and ensures that students stay on track for timely progress to graduation.

Degree Requirements

Management Curriculum (120 credit hours)

One Year International & Experiential MBA Curriculum (42 credit hours)

Eligibility Requirements

Students who meet the requirements for the Saint Leo University Honors Program or are already in the program are eligible for admission into the 3+1 Accelerated Degree Program. Honors Program eligibility requirements are:

First-Year Students:

  • GPA of 3.5 or higher
  • SAT (CR+M) of 1270 or higher or
  • ACT of 26 or higher

Transfer Students:

  • AA or AS degree
  • GPA of 3.75 or higher

Students whose credentials fall just below the minimum eligibility requirements and are interested in being considered by the Admissions Committee for admission into a 3+1 Accelerated Degree Program should alert their Saint Leo admission counselor.

Professional development opportunities.


The inaugural Executive Advisory Council to the School of Business includes distinguished members from Ernst & Young, Tribridge, T. Rowe Price Services, Newport News Shipbuilding, Tech Data Corporation and Catalina Services.


School of Business students have interned at AAA, Home Shopping Network, TECO Energy, Quest Corporation of America and all branches of the military.

Study abroad

Prepare for a global economy. Saint Leo maintains partnerships with more than a dozen international universities and offers over a hundred opportunities through partner agencies.


Join the local chapter of the American Management Association (AMA). Outstanding students may be invited to join Sigma Beta Delta, the international honor society in business, management and administration.

Competitions and conferences

Test your entrepreneurial drive in Saint Leo’s Annual Business Plan Competition, or compete in the worldwide GLO-BUS Business Strategy Competition. Join Phi Beta Lambda and compete at its District, State and National Leadership Conferences. Prepare a research paper under the guidance of a faculty member and present it at a national conference or Saint Leo’s own International Business Conference.

Where are Saint Leo Management grads now?

Recent alumni have accepted management positions in retail, sales, government, manufacturing and IT.
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