Curriculum & Courses
The MBA Program is a 42-credit (14 courses) program consisting of:
- Foundation courses (9 credits)
- The business core (12 credits)
- Breadth Courses (6 credits)
- Graduate electives (12 credits)
- Business policy (3 credits)
Foundation courses ensure that all students have a common background as well as some breadth in the concepts and tools used in upper-level courses and in business. Students who have completed equivalent courses at the undergraduate level within the last seven years with a grade of C or better may not be required to complete some or all of these courses.
(Click on a course title for a description of that course. For descriptions of all MBA courses, refer to our Course Descriptions page.)
The Business Core
Business core courses are designed to ensure that all students have an advanced conceptual framework for analyzing and solving business problems.
Business Core Courses include:
In consultation with the program director, students will choose two courses focused on qualitative and quantitative awareness and reasoning.
The graduate electives allow students to pursue studies in subject areas they may desire.
With program director approval, MBA students may choose electives from the curriculum of the Integrated Marketing Communication (IMC) graduate program.
MBA 649. Business Policy
is the capstone course of the program and fulfills the School of Graduate Studies requirement of a written comprehensive exam.
Five-Year Accounting MBA students
In addition to the MBA core courses, Five-Year Accounting students must take:
For a complete list of MBA courses and their descriptions, click here.