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MBA Curriculum

Complete your MBA in as little as 12 months!

Contact us to learn more about our new Sport Management emphasis, set to launch in fall 2020! Other focuses may be available as well.  

Fall Session I

Required On-Campus or Online Course:

  • BUSA575: Organizational Management
    A study and analysis of structural components of organizations as well as the behavior of people in them from private to public organizations.

Choose One Elective:

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FALL SESSION II

Required On-Campus or Online Course:

  • BUSA625: Decision Analysis
    This course provides an integrative approach to analysis of decision-making at the corporate level.

Choose One Elective:

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SPRING SESSION I

Required On-Campus or Online Course:

  • BUSA622 Managerial Finance
    This course will survey the legal aspects of international business, including basic sovereignty issues, the regulatory requirements of doing business across national boundaries, foreign licensing and leasing, sales and loans, and governmental regulations such as NAFTA, GATT and EC.

Choose One Elective:

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SPRING SESSION II

Required On-Campus or Online Course:

  • BUSA570: Marketing Management
    This course uses an analytical approach to the study of marketing problems, qualitative and quantitative, of business firms and other types of organizations; examination of objectives, goals and missions in strategic planning; and computerized marketing models of analysis.

Choose One Elective:

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SUMMER SESSION

Choose Two Electives

Find a full list of courses in the course schedule, as the courses offered change by semester. Some potential examples include: 

  • BUSA565: Legal Environment of Business

This course is an integrative study of contracts, agencies, employment, malpractice and civil law that affects commercial transactions.

  • BUSA560: Leadership & Business Ethics

The course provides consideration of ethical and social responsibility of business leaders; examination of executive values in establishing corporate strategy; theoretical and applied ethics

  • BUSA550: Dynamics of Professional Communications

This course analyzes communication system within the enterprise structure; it examines the managerial aspects of self-awareness and wellness in the workplace; and applies psychological principles to group dynamics, personnel, human engineering and humanistic-oriented value system.

  • BUSA630: Business Seminar

This course is a focused investigation into selected areas of business, which will include such topics as management, marketing, business law, business ethics, finance, economics and accounting.

  • BUSA545: Human Resource Development

This course covers the theory and application of program planning with emphasis on employee/executive development and personnel policy.

  • BUSA555: Behavior in the Workplace

This course examines social problems in legal and business contexts; analyzes leadership facilitation of self-awareness and wellness in the workplace; applies psychological principles to group dynamics, personnel, human engineering and humanistic-oriented value systems.

  • BUSA585: Special Topics: Entrepreneurship

A focused investigation into a selected area of business that will include such topics as management, marketing, business law, business ethics, finance, economics and accounting.