Business Administration (M.B.A.)
The MBA degree requires 36 semester hours of credit. The degree will consist of three sections: General Knowledge, Required Core, and an area of emphasis (track).
|Minimum of 6, 8-Week Sessions (0 hours)
|BUSAD 5000 Mentoring Experience
|ACCT 5010 Accounting for Decision Making
|ECON 5030 Managerial Economics
|BUSAD 5010 The Language of Business
|BUSAD 5030 Self-Awareness, Adaptability, and Authenticity
|BUSAD 5040 Managerial Finance
|BUSAD 5110 Marketing Management
*Students may waive specific general knowledge classes if it is determined they have sufficient academic background in the area. Waiver of general knowledge courses will be determined on a case-by-case basis based on transcript review and work experience. The first six credit hours (two courses) waived will count toward the 36-hour MBA requirement. Students must take a minimum of 30 graduate credits to earn an MBA. Additional general knowledge classes waived must be replaced by additional credit hours from other MBA courses.
**If you have not successfully completed a statistics course in your previous college coursework, you will need to complete a statistics course in the first year of the program to fulfill that knowledge area. Please plan to discuss options with the MBA program director.
|BUSAD 5260 Organizational Behavior
|BUSAD 5330 Business Ethics and Corporate Responsibilty
|BUSAD 5500 Business Strategy
BUSAD 5500 Business Strategy is a capstone course taken in the final 12 hours of the program.
*These courses are currently being developed.
** These courses are dual enrolled with undergraduates, a research project or paper will be due in addition to regular undergraduate requirements.
*** Students selecting the Innovation and Social Entrepreneurship track will have the option to take BUSAD-5600* in lieu of BUSAD 5500 Business Strategy, the capstone for the MBA.