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The Master of Business Administration (MBA) program develops in each student a broad understanding of how the elements and processes of business organizations relate to one another and to the external environment. Degree requirements are designed to develop proficiency and confidence in all of the functional areas of business.
In addition to providing the technical skills required for an executive-level business position, the degree also emphasizes ethical considerations of doing business. The programs are supported by experienced faculty with expertise in all functional areas of business.
To fulfill the requirements for the MBA degree program, the student must complete 36 hours of graduate coursework:
A. 27 semester hours of core coursework:
ACCT 6311 Managerial Accounting
BFIN 6320 Financial Management
BINF 6315 Information Systems Seminar
BINT 6311 International Business
BMGT 6311 Human Resources Management
BMDS 6340 Business Research and Analysis
BMDS 6380 Quantitative Methods in Business
BMKT 6311 Marketing Management
ECON 6311 Managerial Economics
B. 6 semester hours of elective coursework
C. MGT 63CS Capstone (Cases in Management Problems): 3 semester hours
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