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Prerequisites: Knowledge of quantitative skills and basic knowledge of micro and macroeconomics
|BUS AD 5100||Managerial Communication (3)|
|BUS AD 5900||Law, Ethics, and Business (3)|
|LOG OM 5300||Statistical Analysis for Management Decisions (3)|
|ACCTNG 5400||Financial and Managerial Accounting (3)|
|FINANCE 6500||Financial Management (3)|
|MGMT 5600||Organizational Behavior and Administrative Processes (3)|
|MKTG 5700||Contemporary Marketing Concepts (3)|
|INFSYS 5800||Management Information Systems (3)|
|LOG OM 5320||Production and Operations Management (3)|
Advanced Topics and Electives*
MBA candidates must take 9 hours of Advanced Topic courses in three business core functional areas, including ACCTNG 5401. Can take up to 15 total credits in any functional area.
Business Capstone (BUS AD 6990)
Graduate program capstone course examining concepts and methods that integrate functional areas of business. This course should be taken during the semester prior to graduation. In no case may it be taken sooner than two semesters prior to graduation.
Students must complete at least 39 credits to earn the MBA, students without a business background will require no more than 48 credits.
Emphasis areas in Accounting, Finance, Information Systems, International Business, Logistics and Supply Chain Management, Operations Management, Management, and Marketing are available for those who wish to focus their studies in a particular discipline. See reverse for emphasis area details.
*The total number of elective courses required will depend on the number of credits waived.