The MBA program's core courses all focus on one of the most critical qualities for a successful career as a business leader – decision-making. Students learn innovative approaches to problem solving, financial analysis, organizational behavior, marketing and global business practices. Beyond the core curriculum, students have the opportunity to explore more specialized business practices and theories.
|Required Core Courses (25 credits):|
|MBA 601||Foundations for Decision Making||1|
|MBA 615||Managing the Decision Making Process||3|
|MBA 620||Financial and Managerial Accounting for Decision Making||3|
|MBA 625||Organizational Behavior and Leadership for Decision Makers||3|
|MBA 635||Decision Making for Business Operations||3|
|MBA 640||Financial Decision Making||3|
|MBA 645||Marketing Decision Making||3|
|MBA 660||Decision Making in a Global Economy||3|
|MBA 690||Decision Making Capstone||3|
|Decision Making Tools (choose one - 3 credits):|
|EC 600||Managerial Economics||3|
|CIS 600||Information Systems Strategy||3|
|MBA 610||Business Decision Analysis||3|
MBA Electives (18 credits)
MBA students take 18 credits of electives. These flexible elective courses allow students to either focus on one area, creating a concentration within a specific discipline or take courses across multiple business subject areas, enhancing a broad interdisciplinary perspective.
Electives are available in:
- Computer information systems
- Health care management
- International business
Online students can also take advantage of opportunities for an intensive, short term, 3-credit international experience.
Courses and curriculum requirements are subject to change.