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1 KING GRADUATE SCHOOL MBA in BUSINESS MANAGEMENT MS in ACCOUNTING MS in COMPUTER SCIENCE MS in CRIMINAL JUSTICE MPH in PUBLIC HEALTH

2 KING GRADUATE SCHOOL MBA in BUSINESS MANAGEMENT The MBA concentrations available to students are: ACCOUNTING FINANCE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY MARKETING HEALTH CARE ENTREPRENEURSHIP HUMAN RESOURCES 1

3 CURRICULUM REVIEW WORKSHEET GENERAL MBA IN BUSINESS MANAGEMENT FOUNDATION CORE COURSES (MAY BE REQUIRED) KG-581 Accounting Foundations 1 KG-582 Management and Marketing Foundations 1 KG-58 Statistics Foundations 1 KG-584 Economics Foundations 1 KG-585 Finance Foundations 1 KG-586 Foundations of Healthcare 1 Must receive a P (Pass) grade or better for Foundation Credit or a grade of C or better to receive transfer credits for the equivalent undergraduate coursework CREDITS PROFESSIONAL CORE COURSES (ALL REQUIRED) FOUNDATION CORE COURSE KG-601 Research and Critical Analysis (Required) 1 PROFESSIONAL CORE MG-615 Managing in the Global Environment Research and Statistics for Managerial Decision MG-620 Making Organizational Behavior & Leadership in the 21st MG-60 Century MG-640 Managerial Economics Ethics and Leadership-An Interdisciplinary KG-605 Perspective MG-660 Strategic Marketing MG-670 Managerial Finance MG-770 Financial Statement Analysis MG-800 Strategic Management (Capstone Course) Total Professional Core Course Credits 27 TOTAL CORE 28 CREDITS CONTINUED 2

4 ELECTIVE/CONCENTRATION COURSES (THREE REQUIRED) CONCENTRATION-RELATED ELECTIVES COURSES MBA students should declare one of the following concentrations: Entrepreneurship; Finance: Health Care; Information Technology; Marketing; or Human Resources. The three selected courses must fulfill the requirements of the chosen concentration. *Students who are pursuing the general business management track can take three elective courses from any concentrations listed below. Note that pre-requisite foundation core courses may be required. *Declared Concentration: Total Concentration (or Elective) Course Credits 9 Total Credits 7 RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE FOLLOWS

5 RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE MBA IN BUSINESS MANAGEMENT General MBA in Business Management MBA SEMESTER 1 KG 601 Research and Critical Analysis 1 MG 615 Managing in the Global Environment Management and Marketing Foundations course, if required MG 620 Research and Statistics for Managerial Statistics Foundations course, if Decision Making required KG 605 Ethics and Leadership -An Interdisciplinary Perspective Total 10 MBA SEMESTER 2 MG 640 Managerial Economics MG 620 & Economics Foundations course, if required MG 60 Organizational Behavior & Leadership Management and Marketing Foundations course, if required MG 670 Managerial Finance Finance Foundations course, if required Total 19 MBA SEMESTER MG 770 Accounting & Financial Statement Pre-Req Accounting Foundations Analysis course, if required. MG 660 Strategic Marketing Management and Marketing Foundations course, if required Open Elective for General track or Elective related to declared concentration Total 28 MBA SEMESTER 4 MG 800 Strategic Management Completed 24 Credits Open Elective for General track or Elective related to declared concentration Open Elective for General track or Elective related to declared concentration Total 7 4

6 REQUIRED COURSES FOR MBA CONCENTRATIONS This MBA program is designed to provide the student with the opportunity to complete both a general MBA and a concentration that reflects the students area of specialization and emersion. To complete the declared concentrations, students must complete the Elective Courses (9 credits) for their declared concentration: ACCOUNTING (choose courses) AC 610 Managerial Accounting Analysis AC 60 Advanced Accounting Information System AC 650 Financial Accounting Theory and Reporting AC 670 International Accounting (IFRS) ENTREPRENEURSHIP MG 751 Entrepreneurship: Managing Innovation, Executive Strategy and Sustaining Growth MG 75 Marketing for the Entrepreneur MG 754 Social Entrepreneurship FINANCE MG 760 MG 761 MG 762 International Finance Mergers and Acquisitions Financial Markets and Institutions HEALTH CARE MG 616 Health Care Policy MG 625 Strategies for Decision Analysis in Health Care MG 681 Operational Excellence in Health Care HUMAN RESOURCES MG 62 Human Resources Seminar I: HR Competencies and the Organization MG 64 Human Resources Seminar II: HR Strategy and People MG 66 Human Resources Seminar III: The Workplace Setting INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CS 620 Software System Design CS 625 Object Oriented Programming (Prerequisite: CS620 CS 60 Database Systems CS 640 Computer Networks CS 660 Managing Projects, Resources & Risks (Prerequisite: CS-620) MARKETING MK 775 International Marketing MK 776 Interactive and Direct Marketing MK 777 Consumer Behavior GENERAL MBA student can select any three of the above listed concentration courses as long as the required pre-requisite is met. 5

7 KING GRADUATE SCHOOL MS in ACCOUNTING 6

8 CURRICULUM REVIEW WORKSHEET MS IN ACCOOUNTING COURSES Prerequisites Credits AC-610 Managerial Accounting Analysis None AC-620 Financial Statement Analysis & Reporting AC 610 AC-60 Advanced Accounting Info Systems AC 610 AC-640 Federal Estates, and Gift Taxation AC 60 AC-650 Financial Accounting Theory & Reporting AC 610 AC-660 Advanced Auditing AC 620 AC 670 International Accounting AC 650 AC-780 Accounting, Tax & Audit Seminar AC 650 or AC 660 FA-620 Advanced Quantitative Methods & Analysis None MG-605 Professional Business Ethics None MG-615 Managing in a Global Environment None MG-640 Managerial Economics None Total Credits 6 7

9 KING GRADUATE SCHOOL MS in COMPUTER SCIENCE 8

10 CURRICULUM REVIEW WORKSHEET MS IN COMPUTER SCIENCE TOTAL REQUIREMENTS (7 CREDITS) Core Courses (28 Credits) KG-601 Research and Critical Analysis 1 KG-605 Ethics and Leadership CS-610 Computer Architecture CS-620 Software System Design CS-60 Database Systems CS-615 Operating System Design CS-610 CS-625 Object Oriented Software CS-620 CS-640 Computer Networks CS-700 Special Project in Computer Science OR CS-705 Computer Science Thesis Elective Courses (9 Credits - Any ) With the Dean s Permission CS-627 Human Computer Interface Design CS-620 CS-6 Data Mining CS-60 CS-65 Mobile Computing CS-620, CS-60 CS-67 Designing e-commerce Site CS-620, CS-60 CS-645 Computer Security & Privacy CS-640 CS-650 Artificial Intelligence CS-625 CS-660 Managing Projects, Resources & Risks CS-620 CS-670 Cloud Computing CS-620, CS

11 RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE MS IN COMPUTER SCIENCE MS-CS SEMESTER I KG-601 Research and Critical Analysis None 1 KG-605 Ethics and Leadership None CS-610 Computer Architecture None CS-620 Software System Design None Subtotal 10 MS-CS SEMESTER II CS-625 Object Oriented Software CS-620 CS-60 Database Systems None CS-640 Computer Networks None Subtotal 9 MS-CS SEMESTER III CS-615 Operating System Design CS-610 CS-645 Computer Security & Privacy CS-640 CS-650 Artificial Intelligence CS Subtotal 9 MS-CS SEMESTER IV CS-660 Managing Projects, Resources & Risks CS-620 CS-700 OR CS-705 Special Project in Computer Science OR Computer Science Thesis With the Dean s 6* Permission Subtotal 9 Total Credits 7 * CS-700 or CS-705 can be taken in two semesters by registering for credits in each semester 10

12 KING GRADUATE SCHOOL MS in CRIMINAL JUSTICE 11

13 CURRICULUM REVIEW WORKSHEET MS IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE COURSES COURSE REQUIREMENTS (25 credits) 1. KG 601 Research and Critical Analysis 1 2. CJ 615 Criminological Theory. CJ 620 Research Methods and Data Analysis 4. CJ 60 The Supreme Court, The United States Constitution, and Criminal Law 5. CJ 640 Perspective on Drugs, Alcohol, and the Criminal Justice System 6. CJ 70 Comparative Criminal Justice System 7. KG 605 Ethics and Leadership-An Interdisciplinary Perspective 8. CJ 755 Terrorism and Counter Terrorism 9. CJ 780 Public Policy Issues in Criminal Justice Subtotal 25 CREDITS ELECTIVES (12 credits) 1. CJ 618 Crime Scene Investigation 2. CJ 650 The Sociology of Juvenile Delinquency. CJ 655 Race, Class, Gender, and Crime in America 4. CJ 660 Statistics for Criminal Justice 5. CJ 690 Internship in Criminal Justice 6. CJ 718 Psychology and Criminal Behavior 7. CJ 725 Organized Crime and Transnational Crime 8. CJ 75 Perspectives on Mass Incarceration and the Death Penalty 9. CJ 745 The Use of Deadly Force in Contemporary America 10. CJ 750 Crisis Management and Disaster Preparedness 11. CJ 760 Community Violence: Cause, Effects, and Solutions 12. CJ 765 Child Development, Trauma, and the Criminal Justice System 1. CJ 770 Urban Poverty and the Family 14. CJ 775 Counseling Services & Human Services 15. CJ 776 New York City and the Great Crime Decline 16. CJ 777 Cybercrime, Intelligence Systems and National Security 17. CJ 791 Master s Thesis (optional) Taken during CJ 792 Master s Thesis last 2 semesters () () 6 Subtotal 12 Total Credits 7 12

14 ACADEMIC YEAR RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE MS IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE MS in CJ SEMESTER 1 COURSE # NAME CREDITS KG 601 Research and Critical Analysis 1 KG 605 Ethics and Leadership-An Interdisciplinary Perspective CJ 615 Criminological Theory CJ 60 The Supreme Court, The United States Constitution, and Criminal Law Total 10 MS in CJ SEMESTER 2 COURSE # NAME CREDITS CJ 620 Research Methods and Data Analysis CJ 70 Comparative Criminal Justice System CJ 640 Perspective on Drugs, Alcohol, and the Criminal Justice System Total 19 MS in CJ SEMESTER COURSE # NAME CREDITS CJ XXX Elective CJ 755 Terrorism and Counter Terrorism CJ 791 CJ XXX Master s Thesis or Elective Total 28 MS in CJ SEMESTER 4 COURSE # NAME CREDITS CJ 780 Public Policy Issues in Criminal Justice CJ 792 or CJ XXX Master s Thesis continued if CJ791 was taken or Elective CJ XXX Elective Total 7 1

15 Human Services CURRICULUM REVIEW WORKSHEET MS IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE CONCENTRATION In addition to all other MS in Criminal Justice requirements, the Human Services concentration requires successful completion of 12 credits in Human Services related courses from the following: Concentration Requirements (12 credits) CJ 618 Crime Scene Investigation CJ 650 The Sociology of Juvenile Delinquency CJ 718 Psychology and Criminal Behavior CJ 750 Crisis Management and Disaster Preparedness CJ 760 Community Violence: Cause, Effects, and Solutions CJ765 Child Development, Trauma, and the Criminal Justice System CJ 770 Urban Poverty and the Family CJ 775 Counseling Services & Human Services CJ 791/792 Thesis I & II (Optional) 6 14

16 Urban Crime Policy CURRICULUM REVIEW WORKSHEET MS IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE CONCENTRATION In addition to all other MS in Criminal Justice requirements, the Urban Crime Policy concentration requires successful completion of 12 credits in Urban Crime Policy related courses from the following: Concentration Requirements (12 credits) CJ 655 Race, Class, Gender, and Crime in America CJ 725 Organized Crime and Transnational Crime CJ 75 Perspectives on Mass Incarceration and the Death Penalty CJ 745 The Use of Deadly Force in Contemporary America CJ 776 New York City and the Great Crime Decline CJ 777 Cybercrime, Intelligence Systems and National Security CJ 791/792 Thesis I & II (Optional) 6 15

17 KING GRADUATE SCHOOL MPH in PUBLIC HEALTH 16

18 CURRICULUM REVIEW WORKSHEET MPH WITH CONCENTRATION IN HEALTH ADMINISTRATION AND LEADERSHIP COURSES FOUNDATION CORE COURSE KG 601 Research and Critical Analysis 1 PROFESSIONAL CORE PH 601 Public Health Systems and Practice PH 605 Behavioral and Social Aspects of Public Health PH 640 Environmental and Occupational Health PH 650 Health Policy and Management PH 660 Principles of Biostatistics PH 690 Global Health PH 705 Principles of Epidemiology KG 605 Ethics and Leadership-An Interdisciplinary Perspective CREDITS THESIS COURSES PH 760 Thesis Proposal PH 765 Thesis Data Analysis and Interpretation PH 780 Internship CONCENTRATION COURSES PH 625 Administration and Leadership in Public Health PH 670 Finance and Economics in Public Health PH 685 Public Health Policy and Law PH 770 Research Methods in Public Health Total Credits 46 17

19 RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE MPH WITH CONCENTRATION IN HEALTH ADMINISTRATION AND LEADERSHIP MPH SEMESTER 1 KG 601 Research and Critical Analysis 1 PH 601 Public Health Systems and Practice PH 605 Behavioral and Social Aspects of Public Health KG 605 Ethics and Leadership-An Interdisciplinary Perspective Total 10 MPH SEMESTER 2 PH 660 Principles of Biostatistics PH 625 Administration and Leadership in Public Health PH 640 Environmental and Occupational Health Total 19 MPH SEMESTER PH 705 Principles of Epidemiology PH 660 PH 670 Finance and Economics in Public Health PH 685 Public Health Policy and Law Total 28 MPH SEMESTER 4 PH 760 Thesis Proposal PH 770 Co-requisite PH 770 Research Methods in Public Health PH 660 PH 650 Health Policy and Management Total 7 MPH SEMESTER 5 PH 690 Global Health PH 765 Thesis Data Analysis and Interpretation PH 760 PH 780 Internship in Public Health Total 46 18

20 CURRICULUM REVIEW WORKSHEET MPH WITH CONCENTRATION IN COMMUNITY HEALTH COURSES FOUNDATION CORE KG 601 Research and Critical Analysis 1 CORE COURSES PH 601 Public Health Systems and Practice PH 605 Behavioral and Social Aspects of Public Health PH 640 Environmental and Occupational Health PH 650 Health Policy and Management PH 660 Principles of Biostatistics PH 690 Global Health PH 705 Principles of Epidemiology KG 605 Ethics and Leadership-An Interdisciplinary Perspective THESIS COURSES PH 760 Thesis Proposal PH 765 Thesis Data Analysis and Interpretation CREDITS PH 780 Internship CONCENTRATION COURSES PH 620 Health Promotion and Education in Diverse Communities PH 655 Community Health Program Planning and Development PH 710 Public Health Nutrition PH 770 Research Methods in Public Health Total Credits 46 19

21 RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE MPH WITH CONCENTRATION IN COMMUNITY HEALTH MPH SEMESTER 1 KG 601 Research & Critical Analysis 1 PH 601 Public Health Systems and Practice PH 605 Behavioral and Social Aspects of Public Health KG 605 Ethics and Leadership-An Interdisciplinary Perspective Total 10 MPH SEMESTER 2 PH 660 Principles of Biostatistics PH 620 Health Promotion & Education in Diverse Communities PH 640 Environmental and Occupational Health Total 19 MPH SEMESTER PH 705 Principles of Epidemiology PH 660 PH 655 Community Health Program Planning & Development PH 710 Public Health Nutrition Total 28 MPH SEMESTER 4 PH 760 Thesis Proposal PH 770 Co-requisite PH 770 Research Methods in Public Health PH 660 PH 650 Health Policy and Management Total 7 MPH SEMESTER 5 PH 690 Global Health PH 765 Thesis Data Analysis and Interpretation PH 760 PH 780 Internship in Public Health Total 46 20

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