An Evening MBA Program for Working Professionals
The MBA Curriculum
The MBA curriculum is comprised of four major components, Foundation Courses, Core Courses, MBA Options, and the Capstone Experience. In addition, all Proficiency Requirements must be met the first quarter of admission into the program.
The foundation courses for all MBA options and the mathematics and statistics proficiency requirements are intended to satisfy the common body of knowledge in business administration as defined by the American Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the professional accrediting body for Business Administration degree programs. Students with foundation courses to be completed are urged to apply and be admitted to the MBA program as early as possible.
The Graduate Core courses of the MBA curriculum provide the foundation for the advanced work that occurs later in the program. The Core is common to the schedule of all MBA students.
CPA Exam Courses
Computer Information Systems (CIS)
Human Resources Management (HRM)
Operations and Materials Management
Supply Chain Management
The capstone courses are taken as one of the final courses in an MBA student's program. In these comprehensive courses, students will integrate knowledge gained in their core and option courses. A project is required in these courses.
Equivalent coursework completed with a grade of "C-" or higher will satisfy the MATH and STATISTICS proficiency requirements. Students who have not satisfied the MATH and STATISTICS proficiency requirements will be blocked from registering for classes that require these proficiencies as prerequisites. Students who have not taken the WST will be blocked from registering the second quarter after admission to the program.
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Last updated December 22, 2017