Hi, I'm currently an EE. I'm between my sophomore and junior year. I will have one internship with an aerospace company. I also think I'll be able to land another internship next summer, between my junior and senior year since I will have had prior internship experience (and I hope to keep my GPA up and strong). Also, I do want to work in industry for 4-5 years, then try for a top-notch MBA school. I have one problem, my freshman year wasn't so hot, like many people. My first semester, I got a 2.0 (two Cs, 1 D, and 1B I think). My second semester I got a 3.3, which is a little bit better. I've been going up ever since. Right now, my overall is ~3.2 (before it was a 2.7), and my EE gpa is 3.7 (only 4 courses so far). I know math is heavy in MBA, so my Calc I: C, Calc II: A, Calc III: A-/B+ (still waiting for the grades), Ordinary Diff Eq: A. Obviously, I have changed my attitude from the fall, and my GPA has been increasing a lot since then. And I know this will continue until I graduate and eventually until I get a job. My question is: I took an economics course, specifically intro to microeconomics. I got a D in it. Yes, a D. I didn't study, read the books, or attend class. It was completely my fault only, no one elses. I thought I could wing it, turns out I was utterly wrong. This will look very bad on my UG transcript. Will this hurt my chances of getting into the MBA program, even if I had two internships + teaching assistant experience for a CS class, and hey even more classes later down, who knows? + a fulltime (successful) job experience after I graduate? For sure, the D won't help me out, but I was curious as to how bad it will hurt me?