With a variety of night classes, online learning opportunities and traditional school hours, you can finish your MBA degree as quickly (or leisurely) as you want. And with a wide spectrum of expertise—finance, marketing, accounting, management and IT—you’ll build the resume versatility today’s power companies need.
Significant written research projects are required within each of the core courses. Roll over to see what knowledge you’ll gain every step of the way.
|Course code1||Core courses (3 hours credit)|
|ACC 7112||Managerial Accounting|
|CIS 761||Management Information Systems|
|FIN 780||Advanced Financial Management|
|MGT 764||Organizational Behavior|
|MGT 767||Organization Strategy and Policy|
|MKT 772||Marketing Management|
|QBA 775||Quantitative Methods in Business Decision Making|
|Select one3||FIN 682, MGT 747, or MKT 774|
1Students whose undergraduate major is in a MBA core course discipline must consult with the MBA Program Director to determine if they should substitute another 600- or 700-level course in the College of Business for the core course in that discipline.
2Students who have completed Managerial Cost Accounting must consult MBA Program Director to select an appropriate substitute course.
In consultation with the MBA director, students can select one area of concentration. In lieu of the required seminar course and one other course from the area of concentration, a student may complete a thesis for six hours of credit.4
|Finance||FIN 790 Seminar plus two more FIN graduate courses|
|Management||MGT 790 Seminar plus two more MGT graduate courses|
|Marketing||MKT 790 or 770 Seminar plus two more MKT graduate courses|
|Computer Informations Systems||CIS 790 Seminar plus two more CIS graduate courses|
4No more than 6 hours of 600-level courses may be applied to the degree program
Planning when you'll take classes and graduate doesn't have to be hard. Check out our one sheet (PDF) references while you're planning for graduation.