The MBA program consists of 36 credits which includes 12 three-credit courses divided into two components: core courses (30 credits) and concentration courses chosen from five innovative areas of concentration (6 credits).
Core courses cover the complete range of business disciplines and serve as the general management foundation of the program (see course descriptions below).
Concentration courses provide added depth and relevance in specific areas of emphasis that connect to student career goals and professional interests (see list of concentrations below). Students may choose to obtain more than one concentration either during or after completion of the program.
Our goal is to provide day-one value in your professional career with a real-world, practitioner-oriented curriculum, taught by faculty focused on your professional development in a student-centered environment.
- BUS 602 - Legal Environment
- BUS 603 - Business Ethics
- BUS 611 - Managerial Economics
- BUS 612 - Organization Management
- BUS 613 - Managerial Accounting
- BUS 615 - Quantitative Data Analysis
- BUS 622 - Marketing Management
- BUS 623 - Financial Management
- BUS 624 - Managing in a Global Marketplace
- BUS 631 - Business Strategy
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BUSINESS PREREQUISITES REQUIREMENTS
While a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution is required, it’s possible to join our program if you majored in a field other than business. If you were a business major as an undergraduate, you probably already have all of the needed prerequisites. If you don’t have an undergraduate business degree, our innovative one-semester Business 500 course satisfies all of the business prerequisites.
This fast-track one-semester course not only meets our MBA program’s prerequisites but expedites your entry into the MBA program. All you need to do is satisfy these required undergraduate prerequisites:
- Principles of Financial Accounting
- Principles of Managerial Accounting
- Principles of Microeconomics
- Principles of Macroeconomics
- Principles of Management
- Principles of Marketing
- Principles of Finance
- Business Statistics
- Mathematics (College Algebra or Calculus)
Mastery of these required courses can be demonstrated with a final grade of “C” or better at another institution, or you can choose to take our BUS 500 course, which allows non-business majors to meet their undergraduate prerequisites within one semester. Business 500 has four modules, so you only need to take the individual modules to satisfy the specific prerequisites you need.
If you would like us to review which of the business prerequisites you might need, please email us an unofficial undergraduate transcript and we will follow up with you to confirm.
Although BUS 500 is only offered in the Fall, it is possible for students to begin the MBA Program in the preceding Spring or Summer by taking certain MBA courses that are not prerequisite-based. These students then take the applicable modules of BUS 500 in the following Fall.
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