The SMU campus, rich in educational resources, provides the majestic backdrop for SWGSB and SWGSB-MBA candidates.
The SWGSB-Cox partnership gives participants a prestigious MBA option.
SWGSB participants who choose the SWGSB-Cox MBA option benefit from corporate ties to one of the nation's most dynamic cities.
SWGSB Offers the Highest Quality MBA Credit Options
Only at SWGSB will you find an endorsement from the graduate school of banking's host university, Southern Methodist University. SWGSB offers the highest quality MBA options, including the SMU COX School of Business full- or part-time MBA at SMU's prestigious Dallas campus and an online option at the Indiana-Kelly School of Business. This combination of quality is unique to the SWGSB educational experience.
Edwin L. Cox School of Business
Southern Methodist University
Southwestern Graduate School of Banking students and graduates have the unique opportunity to earn their MBA
from SMU Cox faster and save up to $26,000. For SWGSB graduates admitted to one of the 5 MBA programs at SMU:
Full-Time Two-Year MBA, Full-Time One-Year MBA, Professional MBA, Executive MBA or Online MBA, the SMU Cox
School of Business now grants eight (8) graduate credit hours (equivalent to four MBA elective module courses
valued up to $16,000 in tuition and fees) on a Pass/Fail basis. This credit is awarded only to SWGSB graduates
from the two graduating classes prior to the student's admission to the Cox School. Current SWGSB students
enrolling in a Cox MBA may apply their SWGSB credit to the MBA program as they earn it. The credits will be
treated as general MBA elective credits and will not count toward any specific area of concentration.
Additionally, all SWGSB students and alumni (not just those graduating within two prior classes) admitted to
an MBA Program at SMU Cox will receive a $10,000 scholarship.
Please click here to request more information from SMU Cox Graduate Admissions
Important to note: SWGSB is a professional program and, as such, does not carry academic semester credit hours from SMU or any other university. The academic credit hours offered by these MBA programs are nontransferable – and available only to those accepted into one of these great programs.
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