Master of Business Administration
Concentration in Organizational Management

A graduate degree with specific concentrations is advantageous to employers when reviewing perspective candidates to hire.

The primary objectives of the MBA Organizational Management Degree are to provide students and professionals the opportunity to enlarge on their skills and knowledge in order to continue assuming positions of increasing responsibility, and effective administration.

Competitively, graduates would be recognized and stand out above others.

  • A Baccalaureate Degree in Business, Management, or related fields.
  • Fourty-eight (48) semester hours, 16 courses, beyond the Bachelor's Degree.
  • No thesis required
  • Cummulative grade point average of 3.0 or better.

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]


HR-638Issues in Human Relations3[+ More Info]
ORG-645Organizational Theory and Design3[+ More Info]
MGT-659Management The 21st Century3[+ More Info]
MGT-661Supervision of a Diverse Workforce and Teams3[+ More Info]
HRM-663Effective Human Resource Management3[+ More Info]
MAM-674Managing Change in Organizations3[+ More Info]



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