The evening Master in Business Administration (MBA) degree curriculum can range from 30 to 39 credits depending on your academic background. Our curriculum provides a foundation of core business courses at the outset of the program that are enhanced through the upper level courses as well as the capstone course and project.
The MBA faculty use various course formats to help you learn, including case studies, lecture/discussion, group projects and simulation exercises to ensure what you gain in one course will reinforce and build on what you learn in others.
COR 520: Ethics and Moral Leadership
MBA 504: Management and Marketing (3 credits)*
MBA 506: Economics and Finance (3 credits)*
*May be waived by MBA Admissions Committee based on graduate program policies.
MBA 510: Managerial Accounting OR MBA 555, MBA 565, MBA 575, MBA 640*
*(Course selected may not also count as the student's required elective)
MBA 518: Corporate Communication
MBA 520: Marketing Services
MBA 610: Legal Environment
MBA 620: Managerial Economics
MBA 630: Management Finance (Prerequisite: MBA 620)
MBA 675: Strategic Formulation and Implementation ~ taken in the final 12 credits
MBA 540: Labor and Employment Law
MBA 555: Forensic Accounting
MBA 560: Human Resource Management for Leaders
MBA 565: Corporate Partnership and Estate Tax
MBA 570: Strategic Marketing Research
MBA 575: Investment and Portfolio Management
MBA 600: Quantitative Methods
MBA 640: Accounting for Government and Not-for-Profit Organizations
MBA 650: Entrepreneurship and Economic Development
MBA 680: Executive Leadership Seminar ~ taken in the final 12 credits