Graduate Business Programs

MBA Course Offerings

General MBA Core (24 Credits)

  • GBA 6050 - Data Analytics and Modeling
  • GBA 6080 - Accounting and Managerial Decisions
  • GBA 6150 - Organizational Behavior
  • GBA 6250 - Operations and Supply Chain Management
  • GBA 6450 - Financial Decision Making
  • GBA 6520 - Marketing Management Applications
  • GBA 6730 - Information Systems Seminar
  • GBA 6870 - Strategic Management**

Electives (9 Credits)

Three to four GBA electives are offered each semester. Student may also take 4000, 5000, or 6000-level business electives from one of the College of Business undergrad departments TOM, ACC, FRL, CIS, IBM, or MHR.

  • GBA 5620 - Strategic Human Resources Management (3)
  • GBA 5640 - Creativity and Entrepreneurship (3)
  • GBA 5700 - Business Planning (3)
  • GBA 5990 - Special Topics for Graduate Students (1-3)
  • GBA 6010- Digital Marketing (3)
  • GBA 6200 - International Business (3)
  • GBA 6330 - Promotional Management (3)
  • GBA 6340 - Sales Productivity (3)
  • GBA 6350 - Motivation and Market Behavior (3)
  • GBA 6360 - Project Management (3)
  • GBA 6370 - Export-Import Management (3)
  • GBA 6400s- Sustainable Development in Marketing Service Learning (3)
  • GBA 6460 - Sustainable Finance (3)
  • GBA 6470 - Security Analysis and Portfolio Management (3)
  • GBA 6800 - Real Estate Finance and Investment (3)
  • GBA 6830 - Business Research Methods (3)
  • GBA 6910 - Directed Research (1-3)
  • GBA 6920 - Independent Research (1-3)

 CPP Elective Policies:

  • A maximum of 9 credits (of the 36) may be 4000-level classes.
  • GBA 6910 “Directed Study” has a maximum of 6 credits.
  • GBA 6920 “Independent Study” has a maximum of 3 credits.
  • Internship classes will not count as an elective.
  • BUS 4950 will not count as an elective.

Terminal Requirement (1-3 Credits)

Each student chooses one of the following two options

  • GBA 6970 - Comprehensive Exam* 
  • GBA 6950 - Business Research Project***

*GBA 6970 can only be taken after all 24-credit units of the General MBA Core are completed. 
**GBA 6870 will be taken during a student's final semester in the program.

***Requires Directors approval. 

MBA Prep Courses
Students with non-business backgrounds are required to take the following prep courses; Accounting, Finance and/or Statistics. The prep courses can be found here. Please contact your MBA advisor for more information.