A bachelor’s degree or its equivalent from an accredited institution is required for admission to the graduate (MBA, MS, and DBA) programs.
Lincoln University distant MBA program is a cohort track program. A cohort is a group of students who work together through their academic program. Students in the cohort track program follow the same course sequence taking the same courses at the same time. The courses are taught sequentially one after another and a cohort may start at any time when enough students enroll. When applying to the online MBA program, students select the cohort to join. Cohorts may have different start dates, application deadlines, and concentrations offered. Students must familiarize themselves with cohort schedule and course progression and submit application by the cohort-specific deadline.
Lincoln University may postpone the cohort start if the number of students in a cohort is below the minimum of 12 students. In this case, students will be notified of the change in schedule and offered alternative start dates.