Master of Business Administration (MBA)
The goal of the Master of Business Administration program is to prepare students to become managers in leadership positions for industry, government, and the not-for-profit sector and to provide them with a breadth and depth of knowledge that is supported by the ability to effectively address real world issues. The program has an international focus, and themes and cases drawn from all parts of the world are interwoven throughout.
Upon completion of this degree program, students will be able to:
- Compile, analyze, and assess the applicability of best practices in addressing enterprise management issues
- Integrate principles and techniques of problem solving, critical thinking, and business ethics in the development of business strategies
- Demonstrate mastery of theory, concepts and skills in addressing specialized aspects of business management
It is expected that full-time students will take two courses per term throughout their programs. Due to the fact that most students opt to take one vacation term per year during their program, the normal program length is 24 months, and the maximum time students are given to complete the program is 36 months.
Common Core (2 Courses)
MGMT515 - Management that Transforms
TECH515 - Technology that Transforms
Program Core (5 Courses)
ACCT520 - Accounting for Decision Making
ECON520 - Managerial Economics
FINS520 - Finance for Decision Making
MKTG571 - Marketing Management
QANT510 - Statistics for Decision Making
Elective (4 Courses)
Students may choose from the various undergraduate-level core or elective courses offered in this and other programs. A sample selection of electives is listed as follows.
Capstone (1 Course)
MGMT600 - Business Management Capstone