There are nine (9) core courses that each MBA student must complete.
MBA 610 - MANAGING INFORMATION SYSTEMS IN A GLOBAL ECONOMY
The management and deployment of information systems (IS) in organizations around the world, creating value from IS assets and exploring emerging technologies.
MBA 620 - MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING: A MANAGEMENT PERSPECTIVE Investigates the central role accounting systems play in planning, control, and decision making by managers.
MBA 630 - MANAGING AND LEADING INDIVIDUALS AND GROUPS IN ORGANIZATIONS
A study of the frameworks used to understand and lead individual and group behavior and the processes used to create organization change.
MBA 640 - DATA ANALYSIS FOR MANAGERS
Understanding and applying quantitative methods of data analysis that facilitate getting information for business decisions from the raw data that business professionals have available.
MBA 650 - MARKETING-BASED MANAGEMENT
Dynamic nature and managerial aspects of customer-centric marketing. Formulation of analytical decisions concerning marketing strategy.
MBA 660 - GLOBAL BUSINESS AND SUSTAINABILITY
This course is designed to enable students to discuss and apply the major international business and sustainability issues and theories facing global managers.
MBA 670 - FINANCIAL ANALYSIS AND RISK MANAGEMENT
This course provides a framework for the analysis of investment and financing decisions of the firm and an understanding of how to apply finance theory to practical situation.
MBA 680 - GLOBAL ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT
The global economy and its impact on managerial decision making. Economic growth, fiscal and monetary policy, trace, exchange rate determination, capital financial flows.
MBA 690 - STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT: INTEGRATIVE EXPERIENCE
Focuses on integrative approach in developing competitive business strategies through a process of analyzing business environments, selecting and implementing strategies, and evaluating results.
Plan B Requirement: The Plan B requirement is fulfilled through successful completion of MBA 690.