Recommended Course Sequence

Recommended sequence for completion in 24 months. Ideal for working professionals (6 credits/semester)

Semester 1
(6 credit hours)
Semester 2
(6 credit hours)
Semester 3
(6 credit hours)
GRBU 503: 
Managerial Decision Tools
1.5 credits
ACCT 515:
Accounting for Decision Makers
3 credits
ISYS 525:
Managing Information
1.5 credits
MGMT 513:
Managing People for Sustained Competitive
Advantage
1.5 credits
ECON 520:
Managerial Economics
3 credits
SCMG 527:
Supply Chain/Operations Management
1.5 credits
STAT 510:
Applied Statistics
3 credits
FINC 530:
Financial Management
3 credits
Semester 4
(6 credit hours)
Semester 5
(6 credit hours)
Semester 6
(6 credit hours)
BLAW 529:
Business Legal Environment
1.5 credits
MGMT 531:
Strategic Sustainability and Models        
1.5 credits
MGMT 540:
Strategy and Implementation
3 credits
MGMT 523:
Applied Business Ethics
1.5 credits
MGMT 533:
Global Business
1.5 credits
MGMT 548:
Capstone Project
3 credits
MKTG 535:
Marketing Management
3 credits
MGMT 545:
Executive Insights
3 credits

 


Recommended sequence for an accelerated completion in 16 months.

Semester 1
(9 credit hours)
Semester 2
(9 credit hours)
GRBU 503:
Managerial Decision Tools
1.5 credits
ECON 520:
Managerial Economics
3 credits

MGMT 513:
Managing People for Sustained Competitive Advantage
1.5 credits

BLAW 529:
Business Legal Environment
1.5 credits
STAT 510:
Applied Statistics
3 credits
ISYS 525:
Managing Information
1.5 credits
ACCT 515:
Accounting for Decision Makers
3 credits
SCMG 527:
Supply Chain/Operations Management
1.5 credits
MGMT 523:
Applied Business Ethics
1.5 credits
Semester 3
(9 credit hours)
Semester 4
(9 credit hours)
FINC 530:
Financial Management
3 credits
MGMT 540:
Strategy and Implementation
3 credits
MKTG 535:
Marketing Management
3 credits
MGMT 545:
Executive Insights
3 credits
MGMT 531:
Strategic Sustainability and Models
1.5 credits
MGMT 548:
Capstone Project
3 credits
MGMT 533:
Global Business
1.5 credits


*Contact us If you are interested in completing the majority of classes online, you are encouraged to start the program in the summer or fall semester due to course availability.