Industry-Immersed MBA Courses

Core Classes


ACCT 6010 Accounting Information for Management Decisions

Analysis, interpretation, and use of accounting information by managers in directing the operations of organizations. This class does not apply to students in the Accounting concentrations-those students will take a fourth accounting elective.


FIN 6020 Financial Management

Concepts and theories of corporate financial management with emphasis on value based decision making, including financing decision, the investment decision, and relevant special topics.


ECON 6050 Analytical Decision Making

Analytical decision making for business operations including statistics, quantitative methods, and other optimization and simulation models.


MKT 6100 Strategic Marketing

Strategic marketing issues and opportunities that impact both the marketing process, and marketing program. Decisions will also consider environmental variables as well as the internal elements of an organization.


BMGT 6200 Organizational Leadership

An examination of behavioral concepts required for effective leadership within business organizations.


DS 6200 Management of Information Strategy
Concepts of current components of information technology and their management as it relates to the support of the strategic business plan.
BMGT 6950 Business Strategy
Prerequisites: ACCT 6010, FIN 6020, ECON 6050, MKT 6100, BMGT 6200. An integrative capstone course dealing with the formulation and implication of corporate strategy.

Elective Courses

DS 6900 Healthcare Analytics

ECON 6900 Economics of Healthcare

The healthcare industry has a long history and has undergone many significant changes, especially in recent years. This course provides students with an analytical framework to better understand how economics plays a role in healthcare. Markets for healthcare respond to public policy and legislative initiatives when incentive structures are altered. By analyzing these market changes using economics, certain conclusions can be made on the potential outcomes for society. The supply and demand of healthcare, the role of government, healthcare as a public good, single-payer systems, and the physician’s services market are some of the topics this course covers. As healthcare issues continue to present challenges far into the future, this course offers a way to think critically about the problems facing society and their potential solutions.


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