The MBA is a 42-to-57-credit degree program. To receive the MBA, students must complete 14 -19 courses: required core business classes, electives, and a capstone course. Students with a related degree may be eligible to waive some of the business core courses.
Business Foundation Courses (9):
MBA AF 601 Economics for Managers
MBA AF 610 Accounting for Managers
MBA AF 620 Financial Management
MBAMS 630 Statistical Analysis for Managers
MBAMS 635 Operations Management
MBAMS 640 Computer Information Processing
MBAMGT 650 Organizational Analysis and Skills for Managers
MBAMGT 660 Business and Its Environment
MBAMKT 670 Marketing Management
A mathematics requirement will be satisfied through GRE/ GMAT quantitative scores, course waiver or completion of MBAMS 600 Mathematical Analysis Skills for Managers.
Graduate College of Management Electives (8):
Students must complete 8 elective courses, some of which may be devoted to an MBA specialization. Some courses can be applied to more than one specialization.
1. Electives must also be “distributed”, with at least one class in at least 4 different functional areas, chosen from the areas below:
* Accounting (ACC)
* Communications (COM)
* Finance (FIN)
* Information Systems (MIS)
* Management (MGT)
* Marketing (MKT)
* Operations (OPS)
Courses devoted to a specialization also count toward a functional area. Some courses can be counted toward more than one MBA functional area, but a single course can only be used to satisfy one functional area.
2. At least one elective must have an explicitly “international” focus; this course may also satisfy a distribution requirement and count toward a specialization.
Required MBA capstone (1):
MBAMGT 689 Strategic Management