YOUR MBA: CLOSER THAN YOU THINK
No GRE or GMAT requirement.
Pursue the Program Full-time in just over 1 year or Part-time as your schedule permits. Pay by the unit.
Classes are offered evenings, weekends and online.
Have not finished your BA yet? No problem. Complete your BA at MCU and begin your MBA at the same time.
Learn By Doing
- Supportive faculty provide guidance and mentoring
- Work with global, regional and local economic data
- Prepare effective management presentations using financial reports, statistical software, Microsoft Excel and other tools
- Develop a philosophy of leadership
- Choose and lead a culminating project that advances your career and your business
Offered evenings, M, T, W, Th, S = Saturday am; or OL = Online
ACC 501 Accounting for Managers (3) Th
BUS 550 Marketing Strategy (3) W
BUS 550L Marketing Analytics Lab (1) W
ECO 520 Economics for Planning (3) S
ID 530 Leadership Seminar (3) T
BUS 561 Organizational Strategy & Planning (3) OL
BUS 600 Advanced Corporate Finance (3) W
BUS 640 Statistics, Decision-making & Modeling (3) S
CS 500 Advanced Data Analysis (1) OL
BUS 698 MBA Capstone (3) T
CD 500 Professional Practice & Ethics (3) OL
BUS 512 Business Writing & Communication (1) OL
Plus Choose 2 Electives.
These vary. For example:
BUS 535 Global Entrepreneurship (3) M W
ID 580 Cross-cultural Leadership (3) Th
CD 575 Community Design & Land Use Planning (3) W
Total: 36 units required for the MBA
Our Advising Team can help you design an efficient degree plan that works for you.
What Will You Learn?
- Develop a personal leadership philosophy by reflecting on leadership theories and attributes, and acquiring the leadership skills and abilities necessary to motivate others toward common goals.
- Demonstrate a consistent evidence-based decision-making approach using rigorous analysis and interpretation of business data with appropriate tools and techniques.
- Identify, define, research, and analyze an organizational problem or question, leading to a sustainable business plan or set of actionable recommendations that balances ethical, economic, and other considerations.
- Integrate global, cultural, technical and economic considerations into analysis of business opportunities.
- Utilize peer feedback to support a spirit of inquiry, reflection, mutual respect, and quality improvement within a community of practice.