Master of Business Administration (MBA)

MBA Business Core

BA 5310Business Research Methods 13
BA 5390Strategic Management 23
Select four to five of the following courses must be taken based on the student's undergraduate major: 3 412
Financial Statement Analysis
Managerial Economics
Financial Management
Seminar in Management Concepts
Seminar in Marketing Mgt
Concentration
Select three to four appropriate graduate level business courses based on concentration from the following areas: 5,612
International Business
International Taxation
Global Environments of Bus
International Commercial Law
Business Internship
Special Issues in Business Adm
Intnl Trade Theories&Policies
Intnl Economic Geography
Intnl Financial Markets&Inst
International Investments
Intnl Working Capital Mgt
Global Bank Management
International Finance
Sem In International Banking
Spe Iss in Intnl Banking&Fin
International Management
Special Issues in Management
International Marketing
Special Issues in Marketing
International Production Mgt
Transportation&Logistics Mgt
Import Operations & Practice
Export Operations & Practice
Customs Broker License Prep
International Logistics
Special Issues in Logistics
International Banking and Finance
Intnl Financial Markets&Inst
International Investments
Intnl Working Capital Mgt
Global Bank Management
International Finance
Sem In International Banking
Spe Iss in Intnl Banking&Fin
International Trade and Logistics
Import Operations & Practice
Export Operations & Practice
Customs Broker License Prep
International Logistics
Management
Global Environments of Bus
International Commercial Law
Special Issues in Business Adm
International Management
Human Resource Development
Leadership & Decision Making
Entrepreneurship
Special Issues in Management
International Production Mgt
Total Semester Credit Hours30
1

Must be taken during the first 12 hours of graduate course work in the MBA program.

2

Must be taken during the final nine (9) hours prior to graduation.

3

Students who have an undergraduate major in one of the functional areas (accounting, finance, economics, management and marketing) will not be required to take the MBA core courses. Business students who have an undergraduate degree in MIS/CIS and all non-business majors must take all five required courses listed below, but will take only three concentration courses.

4

To remain in good standing, students must have a minimum GPA of 3.00/4.00 (“B”) for the courses listed.

5

Courses selected to form a Concentration must be approved by the Graduate Advisor or the appropriate Division Chair.

6

Students may not apply more than two of the following as elective courses: ACC 5399, BA 5399, MIS 5399, FIN 5399, MGT 5399, MKT 5399.