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MBA PROGRAM CURRICULUM


The MBA consists of 31 credit hours, including 25 of core coursework and six of customized electives, tailored to fit your needs. Classes are taken in a flexible, online format. It is possible for all coursework to be completed in one calendar year:

CORE COURSES

MGMT 670 - Strategic Management
BUAD 500 - Introduction to Graduate Studies
BUAD 615 - Financial Analysis
BUAD 505 - Managerial Corporate Finance
BUAD 511 - Managerial Economics
BUAD 512 - Business Ethics
BUAD 653 - Quantitative Methods
BUAD 571 - Marketing Management
BUAD 623 - Business and the Legal Environment

ELECTIVES

The MBA also requires two electives chosen from the following pool of courses:

BUAD 535 - Business Analytics
BUAD 536 - Leadership and Team Development
BUAD 558 - Applied Service Learning
BUAD 568 - Sustainable Management
BUAD 605 - Advanced Topics in Corporate Finance
BUAD 613 - Production and Operations Management
BUAD 625 - Business Communications
MGMT 530 - Teamwork & Change Management
MGMT 560 - Diversity in the Workplace
MGMT 601 - Management Information Systems
MGMT 650 - International/Global Management

Contact an Advisor

Faculty

Mark Rossi
Director of Master of Arts in Management and Distance Learning Programs, Business Administration Chair, Professor of Business Administration
712-279-1648
Marilyn Eastman
Assistant Professor of Business; Enactus Advisor
712-279-1799
Shari Fowler
Assistant Professor of Accounting
712-279-5562
Anne Power
Associate Professor of Business Administration and Management Information Systems
712-279-1684
Judy Thompson
Professor of Business Administration; Director, Eldon & Regina Roth Center for Entrepreneurship
712-279-5549
Mark Nielsen
Assistant Professor of Business Administration
712-279-5552
Tommy Raulston
Assistant Professor of Accounting
712-279-5464