I. Professional Development Seminars
Professional Development is a 2-semester seminar series designed to improve the interpersonal and professional skills of MBA students. Active participation in these seminars will enhance students' marketability and success on the job. Students are required to take these two seminar courses in the first two semesters of their MBA program. These seminars are offered via Continuing Education unit and separate registration fees apply.
CE 7101 Professional Development Seminar I
CE 7102 Professional Development Seminar II
II. Required Courses (24 Hours)
ACCT 7101 Strategic Management Accounting (3)
ECON 7500 Managerial Economics and Forecasting (3)
FIN 7101 Financial Management (3)
MGMT 7400 Operations Management: Strategies and Techniques (3)
MGMT 7500 Organizational Behavior in the Global Context (3)
MGMT 7600 International Business (3)
MKTG 7100 Strategic Marketing (3)
MIS 7101 Information Systems and Technology (3)
III. Career Selectives or Specialization (9 Hours)
A student has three options: (1) select a specialization from among those listed below; (2) select nine hours from any College of Business courses numbered 7000 or above; or (3) select nine hours of a group of specific courses to customize a specialization.
Specialization Options in Catalog:
1. Business Analytics
4. Supply Chain Management
5. Custom Specialization
IV. Master's Final Project (3 Hours)
MGMT 8900 Strategic Management in the Global Context (3)
Total - 36 Hours (Graduate Core) and 9 hours (Graduate Foundation)
Students must meet all university requirements and the collegial graduation requirements for a master's degree.
Students will be required to take a standardized assessment test as a part of their capstone course to complete their degree. A fee of $35.00 will be charged at the time of registration for the course.