The M.B.A. curriculum is designed to provide a strong foundation in accounting, economics, the behavioral and quantitative sciences, and the functional areas of business. The Pre-Qualification, Foundation and Essential Knowledge Sequences provide the base from which each student can select a concentration area.
I. Pre-Qualification Sequence
Read the Pre-Qualification Waiver Policy »
II. Foundation Sequence (16 Credits)
From Concept to Market - Four Intensive Hubs:
||Analytical Methods and Information Systems for Business
||4 credits |
||Accounting and Legal Considerations
||Financial and Economic Analysis
||Organizational and Market Dynamics
III. Knowledge Sequence (4 credits)
IV. Breadth Sequence (Electives)
8 credits to be selected from graduate offerings outside of the primary concentration area or from BMBA (interdisciplinary) elective courses.
All concentrations are 12 credits unless otherwise noted.
- Accounting (15 credits)
- Information Technology Management
- International Business
- Sport Management (13 credits)
- Supply Chain Management
VI. Capstone – BMBA 9400 (2 credits)
VII. MBA Service Project
A hallmark of our MBA curriculum is the Service Project; it represents the Stillman School's effort to develop servant leaders in a global society, a goal of the University articulated by President Esteban.
Service Project proposals are generally submitted by students while they are enrolled in the Social Responsibility class (BMBA 9201). All proposals should be approved by Dr. Paula Alexander. Upon completion of the project, the Service Project Report Form, including documentation of work undertaken, should be submitted through Blackboard.