» Requirements for the MBA degree

The MBA curriculum is divided into three groups of courses: core courses covering all functional areas of business; an integrative capstone course; and electives through which students customize their program. All courses must be taken for a letter grade.

The following courses make up the MBA curriculum:

Core courses (31 credits)

BUS 600 Strategies for Competitive Advantage (1 credit)

BUS 601 Economic Analysis for Business (3 credits)

BUS 602 Accounting and Financial Analysis (3 credits)

BUS 603 Statistics for Business Decisions (3 credits)

BUS 604 Organization and Management (3 credits)

BUS 605 Marketing Management (3 credits)

BUS 606 Operations and Technology Management (3 credits)

BUS 607 Financial Management (3 credits)

BUS 609 Business Analytics (3 credits)

BUS 610 Understanding the Global Business Environment (4 credits)

BUS 613 Accounting for Management and Control (2 credits)

Capstone course (4 credits)

BUS 612* Strategic Management (4 credits)

*Registration for BUS 612 requires a cumulative graduate GPA of 3.000. The course must be passed with a grade of "B-" or higher.

Electives (15 credits)

All elective credits must be earned in 500 or 600-level ACTG or ECON courses or 600-level BUS courses, or approved as part of a joint double degree program.

Total credits:   50

See a sample curriculum outline

See a sample LL.M.-MBA schedule for foreign students

See a sample LL.M.-MBA schedule for Entertainment Law students

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