The MBA curriculum consists of 54 credits (18 courses), which is based on the premise that there is a common body of knowledge important for managerial decision making, and elective courses selected by the student after completion of appropriate prerequisite courses. Some foundation course requirements may be waived based upon prior knowledge gained at the undergraduate level. The three elective courses can be part of one of the Focused Learning Modules options available to MBA students. 

Foundation Courses

  • 53:135:500 Managerial Economics
  • 53:135:501 Managerial Skills
  • 53:135:502 Quantitative Skills
  • 53:010:502 Accounting for Financial Reporting

Core Courses

  • 53:010:503 Accounting for Managerial Decisions
  • 53:716:502 Business Analytics
  • 53:390:506 Financial Management
  • 53:716:513 Operations Management:  Productivity & Quality
  • 53:623:510 Managing Projects & IT
  • 53:620:506 International Business Environment
  • 53:620:505 Leadership & Managing Human Capital
  • 53:630:508 Marketing Management
  • 53:010:565 Financial Statement Analysis
  • 53:533:501 Corporate Social Responsibility, Ethics & Law
  • 53:620:672 Strategic Management:  Integrating the Enterprise

Elective Courses

9 credits/3 courses required. Focused Learning Modules 

 

Course Descriptions

Special Courses

Dual Degrees

Waiver Policy 

Graduate Course Catalog