Master of Business Administration
Concentration in Management

A graduate degree with specific concentrations is advantageous to employers when reviewing perspective candidates to hire. Competitively, graduates would stand out above others.

It is readily apparent that education is a deciding factor. Employers look for people who can bring multiple skills, managerial thinking and a long-term success record to their organization. Having earned a degree conveys that a person can fulfill a commitment. Enlarging on ones' knowledge and skills by continuing acadamic scholarship exemplifies a continued desire to excel. Employers seek those type of people.

  • A Baccalaureate Degree in Business, Management, or related fields.
  • Fourty-eight (48) semester hours, 16 courses, beyond the Bachelor's Degree.
  • DSC 680 Managerial Decision Processes is required and the final course.
  • No thesis required
  • Cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or better.

Upon completion of this program, you should be able to:

  • Analyze ethical issues, evaluate ideals, and incorporate these ideals into real-world situations.
  • Analyze management and leadership and explain its influence on personal and organizational effectiveness.
  • Analyze, explain and apply systems of accounting and financial management in decision processes.
  • Evaluate the concepts and analytical tools of strategic management, decision making and ethics.
  • Analyze and evaluate the diverse issues and challenges of management and human relations management.
  • Evaluate, analyze and apply techniques of marketing, management, organizational management and leadership.
  • Analyze, assess and explain the legal and political factors which influence business decisions.
  • Evaluate and report how the economic concepts and tools of analysis can be applied to industry.
  • Evaluate business uses of information systems and explain new technology.
  • Evaluate trends which are affecting international business managers in the global environment.
  • Build critical thinking skills which will assist others to adapt to organizational change demands.
  • Assess the impact of global, technological, and market trends on sustainable business environments.
  • Evaluate and utilize skills significant to problem solving and decision making.
  • Measure and evaluate critical human resource issues.
  • Evaluate the four important design aspects of customer relationship management.
  • Assess the core concepts and analytical tools of strategic management.

Course Requirements

Core Courses

Students must have satisfied or they must complete the following core courses:

MGT-610Information Management in Business3[+ More Info]
ACC-620Managerial Accounting3[+ More Info]
MKT-630Marketing Management3[+ More Info]
MBA-635Business Ethics and Responsibilities3[+ More Info]
MGT-637Organizational Behavior Management3[+ More Info]
ECO-642Managerial Economics3[+ More Info]
MGT-651Management and Leadership3[+ More Info]
FIN-655Financial Management3[+ More Info]
HRM-657Human Resources Strategic Issues3[+ More Info]
MBA-670Legal Environment of Business3[+ More Info]
MGT-672Strategic Management3[+ More Info]
DSC-680Managerial Decision Processes3[+ More Info]
MBA-682Special Topics in Business3[+ More Info]


MAM-605Developing Management Competencies3[+ More Info]
MAM-648Global Management3[+ More Info]
MAM-665Management for Quality and Excellence3[+ More Info]
MAM-668Human Resource Management for Managers3[+ More Info]
MAM-674Managing Change in Organizations3[+ More Info]
MAM-676Designing and Executing Strategy3[+ More Info]



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