Hi folks, Just found out last night that there's a way to complete the 36 credit LU MBA without a business undergrad, or business prerequisites. You must enroll in the MAML program, complete the first four courses (which are transferrable into the MBA program), and if you maintain a certain GPA (I think it's 3.0?) you are then eligible to pursue the MBA. This allows one to bypass the 15 UL undergrad credits in a business discipline.. very good information if you're considering a distance MBA but have a non-business UG degree. On that note... I'm considering switching over to the MBA. I'm about five classes deep into the MA in Public Policy program, but the MAPP is fairly new, so after the 18 credit core curriculum it's all electives.... most of which are in business. So, instead of completing the MAPP I could transfer into the MBA, then hope LU offers a Grad Cert in PP later. I plan to work in Public Policy/Administration/Legislative affairs after the military, but I want to prepare myself for maximum employment flexibility and thought the MBA might help (I'll be attending GWU for the MPS in Legislative Affairs next year regardless). Thoughts?