MBA Program

The Masters of Business Administration degree prepares the graduate student for advanced management positions that demand analytic and strategic leadership solutions to an interrelated set of economic, ethical, and environmental issues. The program is 30-48 hours.

MBA Course Rotation

Degree Plan:

MBA Degree Plan

Two Year Course Rotation Plan:

MBA Long Range Schedule

Course Catalog Information:

MBA Course Catalog

Background Courses

These 6 prerequisite courses can be waived for students with appropriate undergraduate coursework. It is suggested also to take required prerequisite courses in the following order:
Course Number
ECO 502 Quantitative Analysis for Managers
MGT 501
Operations and Organizations
ACCT 501
Accounting for Managers
MKT 501
Marketing Environment
ECO 501
Economics for Decision Makers
FIN 501
Finance for Decision Makers
(Click here for 501 Schedule)

Managerial Component - 18 Hours

Course Number
ACCT 525
Advanced Managerial Accounting
ECO 562*
Managerial Economics
ECO 576*
Macroeconomics for Managers
FIN 504
Financial Management
MKT 521
Marketing Management
MGT 527
Strategic Management
(Last Semester)
MGT 585
Management & Organizational Behavior
*You must take at least one starred course. Students are required to take either Eco 562 or Eco 576.

Information Analysis Component - 6 Hours

Course Number
ECO 578
Statistical Methods
ECO 595
Applied Business Research
(First Semester)

Elective Component - 3 Hours

Plus additional hours of advanced course work in any business field(s). Click here to view the eligible business courses.