Catalog
2014-15

MBA Curriculum & Program

MBA Core Summary

The core consists of three modules. Students must complete at least two courses in each module. Students may use additional courses from any of the modules toward the electives requirement of the program.

Module 1: Analytical Decision Making and Risk Management (Two of the following):6
Information Technology Assurance and Audit
Advanced Data Analysis
Supply Chain Analysis
Fundamental Analysis For Forecasting, Valuation And Risk
Managerial Economics
Stock Market and Corporate Valuation
Decision Modeling with Spreadsheets
Module 2: Leadership and Social Justice (Two of the following):6
Reading/Cases in Financial Reporting
Leadership and Organizational Behavior
Designing and Operating Sustainable Business
Employment Law
Module 3: Organizations and the Competitive Environment (Two of the following):6
Going Global
Supply Chain Analysis
Innovation Management
Industrial Organization
Managing/Marketing Service Business
Global Economic Environment
The Credit Market Crisis
Employment Law
MBA Experiential (Two of the following):6
Internship
Accounting Theory and Research
Research
Entrepreneurship
Business Plan Project A & B
Doing Business: Study Trip
Business Plan Project
MBA Elective (Each student must complete two elective courses): *6
International Marketing Field Project
Employment Law
MBA Capstone (Each student must complete the following two capstone courses):6
Professional Ethics
Advanced Strategic Management
Total Credits36
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Also courses not used to fulfill experiential or core requirements may be used as electives.

Learning Goals

By the completion of the program, students will:

  1. Use quantitative methods including statistics, optimization, and simulation to understand and solve business problems.
  2. Develop leadership skills and creative abilities to foster the success of any enterprise—from small businesses and non-profit organizations to government agencies and multi-national corporations.
  3. Explore strategies for new product and process innovation and for obtaining support for new projects from outside investors.
  4. Foster ethical and socially responsible behaviors in organization and business environments, e.g., addressing sustainability issues.
  5. Apply theory to solve ‘real world’ problems in research projects and field work including internships.
  6. Demonstrate the capabilities of strategic planning and management.
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