Through online courses, the executive or traditional track of the M.B.A. program allows you to complete 48 units of required courses within 24 months. A fixed curriculum, graduate business cohort program, the MBA offers courses through Extended Education in Fall, Spring A, Spring B, and Summer terms. When admitted you become a member of an approximately 25-student cohort that progresses through the program in a lock-step manner.

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Required Courses

Complete all of the following courses:

Learning Outcomes

MBA Fundamentals  

Attain a working level of proficiency with basic statistics and introductory accounting, as well as team building and ethical philosophies to apply in the remainder of the MBA program, in addition to the business world. Understand and apply team building and ethical concepts to be able to participate and facilitate team/group interactions and projects in face-to-face and online environments

Leadership, Management, and Human Relations 

Understand and apply leadership models in business organizations. Understand and apply leadership concepts and theory in business organizations.

 Accounting and Finance  

Understand and apply accounting principles and processes in business organizations. Understand and apply financial principles and knowledge of financial statements to business problems and decisions.

Micro/Macro Economics 

Understand and apply macroeconomic concepts and theory to business operations. Understand and apply microeconomic concepts and theory to business decision making processes.

 Innovation and Technology Leadership 

Understand and apply concepts and principles of technological management and leadership to specific domestic and/or global business problems and issues. Understand and apply information technologies to domestic and international enterprises.

Marketing and Entrepreneurship 

Understand and apply marketing and entrepreneurial principles and models in operating businesses. Understand and apply innovation theory and models in business organizations.

Global Business

Understand and apply concepts and theory associated with global business to the leadership of both domestic and international enterprises. Understand and apply international business concepts and theory to better address issues such as diversity and sustainability in a global environment.

 Business Strategy

Understand business planning strategies and techniques that are based on sound organizational structures and strategy concepts as well as become grounded in theory that lead to success in dynamic business markets. Understand business planning strategies and techniques based on sound financial, technological and human resource theory and practice that takes into account human and market diversity as well as the capability to be sustainable and socially responsible.