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1 All MBA Students Students may select from the following MBA Concentrations: Accountancy Business Analytics Economics of Financial Markets Finance Information Systems and Technology Law and Taxation Management Marketing Your total program may not include more than 4 electives from one Academic Discipline i.e. Course Designator such as AC, AS, CS, EC, ES, ETH, FI, FP, HF, IDCC, IPM, LA, MA, MG, MK, OM, SFM, ST and TX. Students are limited to taking no more than a total of two of the following field-based learning courses: Global Business Experience (), Credit Internship or Field-Based Directed Study. All courses are 3 credits unless otherwise noted. All pre-requisites must be satisfied. Please check course descriptions for course pre-requisites. Not all electives are offered every semester. Please review the Projected Course Offering List to map out a plan to complete your degree requirements. For assistance with your concentration course selections contact the designated Concentration Adviser. Students may wish to focus their study using required concentration and elective courses in a planned way. Faculty members from multiple departments have strategically grouped elective and required courses together in an advising guide entitled Optional MBA Focus Strategy. Students are encouraged to review the advising guide, but must remember that a focus area is optional and does not remove or alter any part of the required curriculum. Professional (PMBA) /Evening (EMBA) MBA Requirements A total of eight electives are required. At least one 4-course concentration must be chosen. Your total program may not include more than 4 electives from one Academic Discipline. If two concentrations are selected, courses that appear in more than one concentration may count toward both concentrations but will not reduce the total number of electives required for the degree. Students who do not select a second concentration need to complete the remaining 4 electives by selecting courses from the Graduate School curriculum which are open to MBA students and for which they satisfy the pre-requisites. Emerging Leaders (ELMBA) /Day (DMBA) MBA Requirements A total of five electives are required. At least one 4-course concentration must be chosen. Your total program may not include more than 4 electives from one Academic Discipline. If two concentrations are selected, courses that appear in more than one concentration may count toward both concentrations but will not reduce the total number of electives required for the degree. Students selecting two concentrations or taking additional courses must speak with their adviser. ELMBA/DMBA students may not take the following courses: GS 601 Strategic Info Fundamentals, GS 602 Business Process Management or MG 632 Managing Effective Work Teams. 1 P a g e

2 MBA: ACCOUNTANCY CONCENTRATION Adviser: Martha Howe, The Accountancy concentration introduces the major avenues of accounting practice and, for students with an accounting background, offers additional technical training and advanced analytical skills. In consultation with the faculty adviser, students choose courses in areas such as financial accounting, managerial accounting, taxation, auditing, forensic accounting, and accounting information systems. COMPLETE ANY 4 OF THE FOLLOWING COURSES. AC611 AC612 AC621 AC701 AC713 AC714 AC722 AC730 AC731 AC741 AC742 AC744 AC750 AC753 AC766 AC771 AC772 AC773 AC781 AC793 Financial Accounting Problems I Financial Accounting Problems II Cost Accounting Internship in Accounting Practice Advanced Topics in Financial Accounting Business Reporting & Analysis Advanced Topics in Managerial Accounting Business Process and Systems Assessment Advanced AIS: Modeling Effective AIS Financial Statement Auditing IT Auditing Internal Auditing Federal Income Taxation Tax Factors in Business Decisions Risk & Performance Measurement Governmental Accounting Reporting & Auditing Principles of Fraud Investigation Fraud and Forensic Accounting International Dimensions of Accounting Professional Accounting Research & Policy *Requires approval from the Concentration Adviser. If approved, the course paper must be relevant to the concentration area. Students may wish to focus their study using required concentration and elective courses in a planned way. For example, focus areas in accounting might include external auditing, internal auditing, financial accounting, forensic accounting, controllership, or accounting information systems. Students are encouraged to meet with the Accountancy Concentration Adviser, for help in choosing courses to support their areas of interest. 2 P a g e

3 MBA: BUSINESS ANALYTICS CONCENTRATION Adviser: Dominique Haughton, The Business Analytics concentration helps professionals gain a competitive advantage through the sound use of data resources. Courses offer a solid grounding in applied statistical methods, emphasizing use of appropriate software tools. Students also have an opportunity to see how these methods are used in current practice in a particular business area. Exposure to real data takes place in concentration courses, an optional internship, and other graduate courses where students with quantitative skills contribute to group consulting projects. COMPLETE 2 REQUIRED COURSES AND 2 ELECTIVES. REQUIRED (2): ST625 ST635 Quantitative Analysis for Business and Finance Intermediate Statistical Modeling for Business ELECTIVES: (2) METHODOLOGY: At least one from the following methodology courses; although students may not take both EC 621 and MA 611: EC621 MA611 MA710 MK726 Business and Economic Forecasting* Time Series Analysis* Data Mining Customer Data Analysis and Relationship Marketing ST635 Intermediate Statistical Modeling for Business APPLICATION: Plus one more course from the above list OR the following application courses: CS605 CS753 EC611 EC631 MK711 ST701 Data Management and Systems Modeling Data Warehousing and Data Mining The Macroeconomics of Financial Markets Market Structure and Firm Strategy Marketing Research and Analysis Internship in Business Data Analysis 3 P a g e

4 MBA: ECONOMICS OF FINANCIAL MARKETS CONCENTRATION Adviser: David Gulley, The Economics of Financial Markets concentration aims to produce graduates with a thorough understanding of the complexities of international financial and economic markets. In an increasingly interdisciplinary world, the concentration envisions synergistic connections between the two separate but inter-related disciplines of economics and finance that make the whole greater than the sum of its parts. The interlocking of the two disciplines through the carefully selected courses will provide a needed breadth of vision of both the national and international economic and financial landscapes, thus equipping our students to meet and effectively solve future problems in the field. COMPLETE 1 REQUIRED COURSE AND 3 ELECTIVES. REQUIRED (1): EC611 The Macroeconomics of Financial Markets ELECTIVES (SELECT 3): One elective must be from Economics and two must be from Finance. EC621 EC631 EC655 FI623 FI625 FI730 FI751 Business and Economic Forecasting Market Structure & Firm Strategy Economics of Globalization Investments Corporate Finance: Theories, Tools & Concepts Management of Financial Institutions International Financial Management *Requires approval from the Concentration Adviser. If approved, the course paper must be relevant to the concentration area. 4 P a g e

5 MBA: FINANCE CONCENTRATION Adviser: George Hachey, The Finance concentration is designed to provide a broad understanding of investment and financing related issues in corporate finance, the purpose and functions of financial markets and institutions, appropriate ways to evaluate trade-offs between risk and return and complexities associated with operating in a global economy. Requirements for the concentration include courses in Corporate Finance, Management of Financial Institutions, Investments and International Finance. COMPLETE 4 REQUIRED COURSES. Emerging Leaders/Day MBA Students FI623 FI627 FI730 FI751 Investments Corporate Finance: Applications & Advanced Topics Management of Financial Institutions International Financial Management COMPLETE 1 REQUIRED COURSE AND 3 ELECTIVE COURSES. REQUIRED (1): Professional/Evening MBA Students FI625 Corporate Finance: Theory, Tools and Concepts ELECTIVES (SELECT 3): FI623 FI627 FI730 FI751 Investments Corporate Finance: Applications & Advanced Topics Management of Financial Institutions International Financial Management 5 P a g e

6 MBA: INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND TECHNOLOGY CONCENTRATION CS Course Adviser: Jay Cooprider, IDCC Course Adviser: Mary Marcel, IPM Course Adviser: Alina Chircu, The IST concentration is intended to give MBA students access to the full array of learning provided by the graduate coursework offered by the Computer Information Systems, Information Design and Corporate Communication, and Information and Process Management departments. The concentration is achieved by completing any four graduate courses bearing CS, IDCC, or IPM designators - constrained only by the prerequisites of individual choices. MBA students are encouraged to explore the full range of IST offerings and fashion a four course composition that enriches and aligns with their individual aspirations for an MBA. Your IST concentration might be designed to provide a broad overview of information, communication, systems, and technology courses. Alternatively, you can focus your courses in one discipline (CS, IDCC, or IPM). Or you may choose a more career-focused selection of courses to provide a gateway into managing IT in a particular organizational role. Examples of such career-focused selections are: IT Consulting, Information and Data Management, Managing IT in the Organization, and Design of Information Systems. COMPLETE ANY 4 OF THE FOLLOWING COURSES. CS603 CS605 CS607 CS610 CS612 CS620 CS630 CS640 CS650 CS701 CS753 CS795 CS801 Object-Oriented Application Development Data Management and Systems Modeling Technology Infrastructure of Information Systems Enterprise Architecture Web-Based Application Development Global IT Project Management Object-Oriented Analysis & Design Data Communications Data Management Architectures Internship in IT Data Warehousing and Data Mining Special Topics Seminar IT Management Policy IDCC610 IDCC620 IDCC711 IPM652 IPM700 IPM701 IPM723 IPM740 IPM755 Effective Speaking Managerial Communication Argumentation Strategies for Business Information Management (Former CS 652) Directed for Study the World-Wide in Information Web and Process Management Internship in Information and Process Management Information Security, Control and Ethics Enterprise Systems Planning and Configuration Special Topics in Information and Process Management *Requires approval from one of the Concentration Course Advisers. If approved, the course paper must be relevant to the concentration area. Students may wish to focus their study using required concentration and elective courses in a planned way. Faculty members from multiple departments have strategically grouped elective and required courses together in an advising guide entitled Optional MBA Focus Strategy. Students are encouraged to review the advising guide, but must remember that a focus area is optional and does not remove or alter any part of the required curriculum. CS, IPM, and IDCC have proposed the following areas of focus for consideration: Design of Information Systems, IT Consulting, Information and Data Management, Managing IT in the Organization, and Managing IT Systems. 6 P a g e

7 MBA: LAW and TAXATION CONCENTRATION Adviser: Jack Lynch, The Law and Taxation Concentration in the MBA allows the student to take the basic Federal Taxation course (TAX 601) for a grounding in tax law and then select 3 other courses from the graduate offerings to complement his/her interest and area of study. The student could focus in one of the three areas (Law, Taxation or Financial Planning) emphasizing depth in one subject or could elect a broader exposure to the subjects by choosing the remaining three courses from either two or three of the course designators (TX, FP, LA). COMPLETE 1 REQUIRED COURSE AND ANY 3 ELECTIVES Of YOUR CHOICE. REQUIRED (1): _ TX601 Federal Taxation of Income ELECTIVES (SELECT 3): FP600 FP601 FP610 FP620 FP700 FP701 FP703 FP704 FP705 FP706 FP710 LA 701 LA 720 LA 715 LA 725 LA 730 TX600 TX602 TX603 TX604 TX704 TX707 TX711 TX731 TX732 TX733 TX741 TX761 TX771 Professional Financial Plan Practice Investments & Capital Accumulation Benefits, Compensation & Retirement Trusts, Gifts & Estates Investment Vehicles Portfolio Management Marriage, Separation & Divorce Financial Planning for Non-Traditional Families Elder Planning Techniques Psychology in Financial Planning Insurance & Wealth Preservation Business Law Law and Ethics International Business Law Cyberlaw Real Estate Law Professional Tax Practice Transactions Corporations and Shareholders Multi-Jurisdictional Taxation Federal Taxation of Income from Trusts & Estates Pass-Through Entities & Closely-Held Bus Mergers & Acquisitions Investment Companies Intellectual Properties Tax Aspects of Buying and Selling a Business Tax Accounting Problems State & Local Tax Practice International Tax Practice *Requires approval from the Concentration Adviser. If approved, the course paper must be relevant to the concentration area. Students may wish to focus their study using required concentration and elective courses in a planned way. Faculty members from multiple departments have strategically grouped elective and required courses together in an advising guide entitled Optional MBA Focus Strategy. Students are encouraged to review the advising guide, but must remember that a focus area is optional and does not remove or alter any part of the required curriculum. The Law and Tax Department has proposed the following areas of focus for consideration: Financial Planning, Law, and Taxation. 7 P a g e

8 MBA: MANAGEMENT CONCENTRATION Adviser: Aaron Nurick, The Management Concentration fosters the people management skills and understanding of complex systems that help individuals build, lead, and contribute to effective organizations. Professionals in fields such as engineering, information systems, and health care delivery often choose this concentration to prepare for a career move into management. In consultation with the faculty adviser, students may select courses within the concentration or in combination with other electives to specialize in areas such as human resources, project management, management of operations and technology, entrepreneurship, service focused management, global business and market, and corporate ethics and social responsibility. COMPLETE ANY 4 OF THE FOLLOWING COURSES. ES600 ES601 MG601 MG620 MG630 MG632 MG635 MG640 MG645 MG646 MG647 MG651 MG652 MG656 MG661 MG670 MG671 MG701 MG704 MG705 MG755 OM661 OM740 SFM653 SFM654 Entrepreneurial Thinking Planning & Financing New Ventures Global Business Experience Competing in the Global Marketplace Analysis of the Environment Business of Biotechnology Interpersonal Behavior in Management Managing Effective Work Teams Negotiating Managing Collaborative Relationships Managing Organizational Change Management of Technology Managing Effectively in Technology-Based Business Environments Project Management Management of Innovation Managing Human Resources in a Customer-Focused Environment (Former MG641) International Management Behavior Managing in a Diverse Workplace Management of Transnational Corporation Internship in Management Management Consulting Skills Field Project in Change Management Special Topics in Management Operations Strategy World Class Operations Service Focused Management (Former MG653/OM730) Managing Quality in Service (Former MG654/OM750) Or select no more than one of the following courses: EC631 IDCC610 IDCC620 IDCC711 Market Structure & Firm Strategy Effective Speaking Managerial Communication Argumentation Strategies for Business Students may wish to focus their study using required concentration and elective courses in a planned way. Faculty members from multiple departments have strategically grouped elective and required courses together in an advising guide entitled Optional MBA Focus Strategy. Students are encouraged to review the advising guide, but must remember that a focus area is optional and does not remove or alter any part of the required curriculum. The Management Department has proposed the following areas of focus for consideration: Management of Operations and Technology, Entrepreneurship, Service-Focused Management, Global Business and Markets, and Corporate Ethics and Social Responsibility. 8 P a g e

9 MBA: MARKETING CONCENTRATION Adviser: Paul Berger, The Marketing concentration provides a solid grasp of marketing knowledge and skills, emphasizing the importance of satisfying customer needs, to meet organizational goals. Students learn how factors such as price, promotion and distribution affect a product s image and success among the target market. Hands-on experience teaches students to collect relevant data, and turn the information into strategies that promote long-term relationships with customers. COMPLETE 2 REQUIRED COURSES AND 2 ELECTIVES. REQUIRED (2): MK612 MK726 Strategic Marketing Customer Data Analysis & Relationship Marketing ELECTIVES (2): MK701 MK711 MK712 MK713 MK714 MK715 MK716 MK718 MK725 MK755 MK755A MK758 Internship in Marketing Marketing Research & Analysis Consumer & Buyer Behavior Marketing Promotion and Communication Marketing Channels & Logistics New Products: Plan, Development, & Marketing International Marketing Marketing of Services emarketing Special Topics in Marketing Marketing Plan Design and Development Enhancing Creativity *Requires approval from the Concentration Adviser. If approved, the course paper must be relevant to the concentration area. 9 P a g e

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