There are three types of courses, listed below. The course descriptions provide more detailed information about specific courses, as well as a link to the upcoming class schedule.
Foundation Courses: You will gain the basic knowledge and skills needed to be successful in advanced graduate business courses. You must meet the requirements for all seven foundation courses; however, you may qualify to have these courses waived based on previous academic work.
- Financial Accounting
- Managerial Accounting
- Managerial Economics
- Quantitative Methods
- Operations Management
- Management Communication
- Legal Aspects of Business
Core Courses: You will develop your ability to analyze business information, understand business functional areas, and be a responsible leader. You must meet the requirements for all eight courses. However, if you have taken similar post-graduate courses in another MBA program, you may qualify for transfer credits equaling up to eight quarter-units (typically two courses).
- Organizational Behavior and Management
- Managerial Finance
- Marketing Management
- International Business
- Ethical and Social Aspects of Business
- Doing Business in World Regions (Note: Required travel course)
- Global Business Strategy
- Managing Creativity and Innovation
Concentration Courses: You can earn a general management degree by completing three courses from any of the concentrations or you can tailor your MBA to your career goal by selecting a concentration in finance, marketing, business analytics, international management or entrepreneurship.