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Master's of Business Administration

Core Classes

Each core course in this group will be required of all MBA candidates.

  • 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 the 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 6220 - Management of Information Technology

    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 implementation of corporate strategy.

Elective Courses

Electives are available in all of the core business areas:  Economics, Accounting, Finance, Marketing, Decision Sciences, and Management. Electives may also be satisfied by special offerings such as international travel courses or independent research courses.  Elective offerings vary by semester and include courses in advanced data analytics, services marketing, entrepreneurship, cyber management, financial statement analysis, network security, economics of health care, banking and financial services, and others.

Three (3) courses/nine (9) semester hours must be selected based on the student’s chosen curriculum, from the list of courses below.

PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL COURSES ARE NOT OFFERED EVERY YEAR/SEMESTER.

  • Courses

    ACCT 4600 (5600) - Forensic Accounting and Fraud Accounting Cr. 3.
    ACCT 4300 (5300) - Financial Statement Analysis Cr. 3.
    ACCT 4700 (5700) - International Experience in Accounting Cr. 3.
    ACCT 6900 - Special Topics Cr. 3.
    BMGT 4410 (5410) - Conflict Management and Negotiation Cr. 3.
    BMGT 4930 (5930) - Business Strategy Cr. 3.
    BMGT 6400 - Employee Relations Cr. 3.
    BMGT 6510 - International Business Cr. 3.
    BMGT 6900 - Special Topics Cr. 3.
    DS 4125 (5125) - Computer Forensics and Investigations Cr. 3
    DS 4630 (5630) - Advanced Quantitative Analysis Cr. 3.
    DS 4900 (5900) - Special Topics in Decision Sciences Cr. 1-3.
    DS 6530 - Advanced Data Analytics Cr. 3.
    DS 6540 - Network Security Cr. 3.
    DS 6550 - Database Management Cr. 3.
    DS 6570 - Cyber Security Management  Cr. 3
    DS 6900 - Special Topics Cr. 3.
    ECON 6900 - Special Topics Cr. 3.
    ECON 6920 - International Economics Cr. 3.
    FIN 6350 - Small and Micro-Cap Portfolio Management Cr. 3.
    FIN 6900 - Special Topics Cr. 3.
    FIN 6910 - Multinational Finance Cr. 3.
    FIN 6920 - Banking and Financial Services Cr. 3
    MBA 6980 - International Experience Cr. 3.
    MKT 6630 - Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management Cr. 3.
    MKT 6900 - Special Topics Cr. 3.
    MKT 6930 - International Marketing Cr. 3.

Course descriptions are available via the Graduate Catalog.

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