The Master of Business Administration prepares students for careers in a dynamic and rapidly changing world. Coursework, comprised of 36 core credits and 6 elective credits, has been developed to put an emphasis on the practical application of both foundational and advanced concepts in finance, accounting, management, marketing, and professional enrichment. The curriculum covers the central tenets, processes, and practices of statistics, human resources, accounting, supply chain management, marketing, and finance, with hands-on application of course concepts. Students may also choose to pursue graduate transcripted certificates in a variety of focused content areas.
MBA Programs and Specializations:
The College currently offers the following MBA programs and formats:
- Master of Business Administration
- Evening MBA/Online MBA-Mosaic (Evening MBA courses are offered on-campus, and Online MBA-Mosaic students participate in the Evening MBA courses, via teleconferencing technology in real-time, from any location)
- Online MBA (Offering format is via streamed digital media and has the same curriculum as the Evening MBA/Online MBA-Mosaic)
- Master of Business Administration, Marketing Data Analytics Specialization (Offering format is via streamed digital media)
- Master of Business Administration, Global Social and Sustainable Enterprise Specialization (No new students are being accepted into this specialization. Students should refer to the Master of Business Administration, Impact Specialization.)
- Master of Business Administration, Impact Specialization (Offering format is on-campus)
Although the programs differ from each other in terms of target market dimensions and value proposition, students across all MBA programs are expected to graduate with a common set of core competencies.
- Business Acumen and Integration Skills - Graduates will demonstrate competency across business functions and integrate them into strategic decisions.
- Practical Leadership and Management Skills - Graduates will demonstrate individual, interpersonal, and organizational leadership skills necessary for professional development and organizational effectiveness.
- Critical and Analytical Thinking - Graduates will be able to apply critical thinking and analytical skills for management decision-making.
- External Environment Considerations: Ethical, Legal, and Regulatory Framework - Graduates will consider ethical, legal, and regulatory implications inherent in business situations and apply that knowledge to make responsible decisions.
- Global Perspective - Graduates will acquire a global and cross-cultural perspective in formulating decisions and implementing organizational strategy.
Effective Fall 2020
|BUS 500||Business Systems and Processes||2|
|BUS 601||Quantitative Business Analysis||2|
|BUS 614||Accounting Concepts||2|
|BUS 615||Managerial Accounting||2|
|BUS 616||Financial Reporting and Analysis||2|
|BUS 620||Leadership and Teams||2|
|BUS 626||Managing Human Capital||2|
|BUS 635||Business Economics for the World Market||2|
|BUS 650||Supply Chain Management||2|
|BUS 655||Marketing Management||2|
|BUS 630||Information Management||2|
|BUS 640||Financial Principles and Practice||2|
|BUS 641||Financial Markets and Investments||2|
|BUS 656||Marketing Strategy and Planning||2|
|BUS 660||Ethical, Legal, and Regulatory Issues||2|
|BUS 662||International Business||2|
|BUS 665||MBA Capstone||4|
|Program Total Credits:||42|
|BUS 515||Career Management||1|
|BUS 690A||Contemporary Issues: Business||1-6|
|BUS 690B||Contemporary Issues: Grad Tutorials||1-6|
|BUS 690C||Contemporary Issues: Info Systems||1-6|
|BUS 690D||Contemporary Issues: Accounting||1-6|
|BUS 690E||Contemporary Issues: Global Enterprise||1-6|
|BUS 690F||Contemporary Issues: Finance||1-6|
|CIS 505||Database Concepts||1|
|CIS 570||Business Intelligence||3|
|CIS 575||Applied Data Mining and Analytics in Business||3|
|CIS 576||Business Data Visualization||3|
|CIS 600A||Project Management: Information Technology||3|
|CIS 655||Business Database Systems||3|
|CIS 670||Advanced IT Project Management||3|
|CIS 675||Agile Management and Product Development||3|
|CIS 676||Information Technology Management||3|
|FIN 602||Options and Futures||1|
|FIN 603||Corporate Risk Management||1|
|FIN 604||Employee Benefits||1|
|FIN 606||Fundamentals of International Finance||1|
|FIN 607||Fundamentals of Bond Markets||1|
|FIN 608||Fundamentals of Firm Valuation||1|
|FIN 609||Fundamentals of Personal Finance||1|
|FIN 612||Private Equity and Venture Capital||1|
|FIN 613||Alternative Investments||2|
|FIN 650||Behavioral Finance||2|
|MKT 610||Qualitative Marketing Research Methods||1|
|MKT 611||Quantitative Marketing Research Methods||1|
|MKT 621||Search Engine Marketing and Optimization||1|
|MKT 661||Consumer Behavior||1|
|MKT 662||Strategic Selling for Business Customers||1|
|MKT 667||Services Marketing Management||1|
|MKT 670||Digital Marketing||1|
|REL 601||Fundamentals of Real Estate Finance||1|
|REL 602||Real Estate Finance and Investments||2|
A minimum of 42 credits are required to complete this program.
Select from the Directed Electives list in consultation with advisor. Electives may be used to include a certificate.