Master of Business Administration – General Management

The Master of Business Administration degree program prepares students to:

  • Distinguish the key features of each business function
  • Evaluate how changes to an organization’s knowledge systems can improve performance
  • Lead others in order to meet organizational goals
  • Assess the financial health of an organization using accounting methods
  • Create marketing strategies to meet customer needs
  • Provide information to enable an organization to maximize financial performance
  • Evaluate business situations from legal, ethical, and regulatory perspectives
  • Predict how changes in the international economic environment will affect an organization
  • Propose strategies to improve an organization’s competitive position

The Master of Business Administration is a professional degree recognized across all industries. Students first participate in an integrated curriculum examining the functional areas of business, then personalize management knowledge and skills by selecting a concentration.

The Management concentration provides additional coursework in operations management, human resources management, and sales management, preparing graduates to take on growing management roles in a variety of business settings.


Requirements – 36 credits
Code Course Title Credits
MBA500 MBA Foundations 3
MBA600 Decision Analysis 3
MBA605 Leadership and Organizational Behavior 3
MBA610 Managerial Accounting 3
MBA615 Marketing 3
MBA620 Managerial Finance 3
MBA625 Business Law and Ethics 3
MBA630 The Global Economy 3
MBA635 Strategic Management 3
MBA640 Operations Management 3
MBA645 Managing the Global Workforce 3
MBA650 Sales Management 3

Note: Students who do not have a Bachelor’s in Business must demonstrate that they have completed two prerequisites (equivalent to College Algebra and Microeconomics) with a grade of C- or better. Students who have not provided a transcript proving completion of the prerequisites will be required to take them before starting their graduate-level coursework.