MBA Curriculum

For Students Already Possessing a BA or BS

Fall – MBA Candidates

The MBA Refresher Courses (MBARC) are designed as continuing education classes. During your initial interview, your advisor may recommend any or all of these courses.

  • MBARC ACC – Topics in Accounting/Legal (3)
  • MBARC MGT – Topics in Management/Ethics (3)
  • MBARC ECO – Topics in Economics (3)
  • MBARC FIN – Topics in Finance (3)
  • MBARC OMT – Topics in Operations Management (3)
  • MBARC MKT – Topics in Marketing (3)
Spring – MBA Semester 1 (12 Credit Hours)
  • ACC 510 – Financial Statements and Valuation (3)
  • BUS 510 – Research Design and Data Analysis (3)
  • MGT 550 – Strategic Leadership and Decision Making (3)
  • BUS 500 – Technical Writing and Presentation Skills (3)
Summer – MBA Semester 2 (6 Credit Hours)
  • MGT 555 – Leadership Application Lab (3)
  • MBA 600 – Globalization – Travel Study (3)
Fall – MBA Semester 3 (12 Credit Hours)
  • MBA 610 – Innovation and Change (3)
  • MBA 620 – The High Performance Leader (3)
  • MGT 510 – Performance Assessment – Individual and Organizational (3)
  • MBA 650 – Individual Project – Wilson Externship/Barton Internship (3)
Spring – MBA Semester 4 (9 Credit Hours)
  • MBA 630 – Value Creation and Social Impact (3)
  • MBA 640 – Leading Competitive Organizations and Teams
  • MBA 661 – Group Project – Global Outreach (3)
Upon acceptance into the program, candidates already possessing a BS or BA degree will have the option to take any or all of the MBARC courses. These courses will be offered during the fall semester on Saturdays by the same faculty who will be your instructors during the remaining 39 hours of your MBA in Strategic Leadership.

During MBA Semesters 1 through 4, you will have two 8-week sessions of evening classes. This schedule allows you to complete the coursework in 16 months even while holding a full-time job.