Master of Business Administration with a Concentration in Management Curriculum

Master of Business Administration with a Concentration in Management Curriculum

Curriculum

The Master of Business Administration degree with a concentration in Health Care Management requires graduates to complete a total of 36.0 graduate semester credit hours of course work including MBA core courses (24 credits) and Health Care Management concentration courses (12 credits). No elective courses are offered in this program.

Prerequisite courses may be required if your undergraduate degree did not prepare you for MBA level courses.

Year 1 Semester 1

Course Number

Course

Credit Hours

BUSI 6301
Organizational Behavior

3

MRKT 6301
Marketing Management

3

Total Credit Hours Semester 2

6

Year 1 Semester 3

Course Number

Course

Credit Hours

FINA 6301
Financial Management

3

ECON 6301
Global Economic Environment

3

Total Credit Hours Semester 4

6

Concentration in Management

Year 2 Semester 5

Course Number

Course

Credit Hours

BUSI 6333*
Operations Management

3

BUSI 6340*
Change Management

3

Total Credit Hours Semester 6

6

Year 1 Semester 2

Course Number

Course

Credit Hours

BUSI 6305
Business Research Methods

3

ACCT 6301
Accounting for Decision Making

3

Total Credit Hours Semester 3

6

Year 2 Semester 4

Course Number

Course

Credit Hours

BUSI 6310
Developing Ethical Leadership

3

BUSI 6320
Strategic Management

3

Total Credit Hours Semester 5

6

Year 3 Semester 6

Course Number

Course

Credit Hours

BUSI 6350*
Project Management

3

BUSI 6330*
Graduate Business Capstone

3

Total Credit Hours Semester 7

6

6 Pre-requisite credit hours
24 Business Core credit hours
12 Healthcare Management Concentration credit hours
TOTAL 36 Semester Credit Hours

Note: if the Pre-requisite courses are needed, the total semester credit hours would be 42 and the program would finish in 7 semesters instead of 6.

*Concentration Courses: Core courses must be successfully completed before concentration courses are undertaken.