Master of Business Administration
Full Time MBA Program - Curriculum
The MBA program provides a broad curriculum organized around three principle components: foundation, core, and capstone courses. The program also includes modules on a variety of topics including computer skills, international business principles, and the foundations of ethical leadership. In addition, students take part in a series of co-curricular professional development seminars aimed at providing practical skill development and real-world business exposure.
The foundation courses include (15 credit hours):
|Behavior of the Firm in a Global Environment|
Financial Accounting and Analysis
Quantitative Analysis for Managers
Challenges and Responses of the Global Firm
The core courses include (23 credit hours):
|Topics in Managements|
|Information Technology for Managers|
Supply Chain Management
Marketing Management and Strategy
Business Ethics, Law, and Communication
Leading For Organizational Success
Statistics for Managerial Decisions
Capstone Course (3 credit hours):
Strategy Design and Implementation
Foundation Courses may be waived with prior completion of equivalent course. Students may not waive both MBA 6000 and MBA 6030. For more information on course waivers, please contact our office.
Although students may choose to do a general MBA, they also may pursue a formal specialization in accounting or finance.