Required Core Courses
- MBA 701 Quantitative Analysis for Decision Making
- MBA 702 Financial and Managerial Accounting
- MBA 703 Economic Policies and Impact on Global Outcomes
- MBA 706 Marketing Management
- MBA 707 Financial Management
- MBA 708 Operations for Competitive Advantage
- MBA 712 Strategic Management
- MBA 716 Leadership and Sustainable Business
- MBA 717 Technology and Innovation
- MBA 718 Global Business in Practice
- MBA 741 Creating and Sustaining Competitive Advantage
- MBA 742 Organizational Internship
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Customize your program by selecting an optional concentration from below, or by choosing electives outside the business school. Choose nine credit hours from any focus area for a concentration.
Elective or concentration courses taken outside of the Bryan School must be approved by the MBA Program Director.
- ISM 665 – Principles of Cyber Security
- ISM 666 – Blockchains and Cryptography
- ISM 667 – Global Cyber Threat Analysis
- ISM 670 – IT Driven Disruptive Innovation Management
Apply all that you’ve learned in the MBA program in a capstone project your final semester. Your team will consult with a local business, conducting research and developing an action plan to address a challenge they face. Along the journey you’ll be guided by an executive coach. Students and organizations tell us that the project partnership is transformational.
Past consulting projects have included:
- Benchmarking industry retailer email programs and best practices for HanesBrands
- Evaluating international market opportunities for Gilbarco Veeder-Root, the global leader in retail and commercial fueling and payment equipment
- Creating a strategy, business case, pilot, and metrics for the online purchase of jeans for VF Jeanswear.
- Developing an approach to Cone Health’s library services that met organization objectives while reducing physical space by 95%
Our study abroad programs can help you prepare to compete in the global marketplace by providing the opportunity to improve communication skills, enrich cultural understanding, and increase self-confidence and adaptability.
If your schedule is limited you may want to select the program’s one-week course abroad (MBA 745: Doing Business Abroad). For a more significant international experience, study for a semester at one of the Bryan School’s partner institutions.
If you still have questions regarding our MBA – Early Career Program please reach out to our graduate recruitment team by phone or email. You may also schedule a time to meet with one of our recruiters or attend one of our upcoming information sessions.