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|Course||F 2015||Sp 2016||Su 2016||F 2016||Sp 2017||Su 2017||F 2017||Sp 2018||Su 2018||F 2018||Sp 2019|
General MBA Requirements (30 hours)
Required Courses (24 credit hours)
|ACCT||6003||Accounting for Decision Making|
|MGMT||6013||Human Behavior in Organizations|
|MGMT||6003||Strategic Planning and Analysis|
|SCM||6003||Enterprise Resource Planning|
|Electives (six credit hours) selected from the following:|
|ACCT||6063||Special Topics in Accounting|
|ECON||6063||Special Topics in Economics|
|FIN||6063||Special Topics in Finance|
|MGMT||6063||Special Topics in Management|
|MGMT||6073||Special Topics in Management|
|SCM||6063||Special Topics in SCM|
|MKTG||6063||Special Topics in Marketing|
|MGMT||6033||Creativity, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship|
AACSB International business and accounting accreditation represents the highest standard of achievement for business schools worldwide. Institutions that earn accreditation confirm their commitment to quality and continuous improvement through a rigorous and comprehensive peer review process.
The MBA curriculum is designed primarily for graduates of a Bachelor of Business Administration program, but graduates of other programs can enter the program by completing a 24 hour prerequisite program.
The MBA is a 30 hour program which consists of 24 hours of MBA core courses and six hours of electives. A student can choose to complete courses in a traditional night program, through online delivery, or through a combination of the two.
Undergraduate PrerequisitesA student may be admitted into the MBA program if he/she holds a bachelor’s degree or equivalent from an accredited college or university regardless of the undergraduate field of study. Should a student have an undergraduate degree other than business, prerequisites would include:
- Six hours of principles of accounting (sophomore level or above),
- Three hours of business finance or financial management (junior level or above),
- Three hours of statistics (at the junior level or above),
- Three hours of principles of marketing (at the junior level or above),
- Three hours of micro- economics (sophomore level or above), and
- Three hours of organization theory and behavior or principles of management (junior level or above).
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Dr. Christie Hough
Associate Professor of Management
Rankin College of Business