This degree prepares the next generation of world leaders through a rigorous, stimulating business and management curriculum based on a global perspective, industry demand and leadership.
The MBA core curriculum effectively integrates functional areas with the use of IT, oral and written communication, and teamwork. The MBA program requires 48 credits: 30 credits of core courses, 3 credits of Global coursework and 15 credits of elective courses. The MBA program operates on an 8 week module structure and can be pursued either as a face to face or an online format.
JD/MBA Dual Degree students can apply 15 credits of Law elective coursework toward the MBA elective degree requirement. See the Antonin Scalia Law School for more details.
Admissions and Eligibility Requirements
- All students registering for School of Business graduate courses must have graduate standing. Non-degree student status is not available.
- An earned baccalaureate degree from a regionally-accredited institution of higher education, or international equivalent, verified from official transcripts.
- A minimum of two years of full-time, post-baccalaureate professional employment.
- One college-level calculus course prior to enrolling (recommended but not required).
Full admission requirements can be viewed are available on the program website.
For policies governing all graduate degrees, see AP.6 Graduate Policies.
Total credits: 48
Students enroll in 6 credits per module for a total of 24 credits a year.
|MBA 603||Managerial Economics and Decisions of the Firm||3|
|MBA 612||Managing Costs and Evaluating Performance||3|
|MBA 613||Financial Reporting and Decision Making||3|
|MBA 623||Marketing Management||3|
|MBA 633||Statistics for Business Decision Making||3|
|MBA 638||Operations Management||3|
|MBA 643||Managerial Finance||3|
|MBA 653||Organizational Behavior||3|
|MBA 662||Management of Information Technology||3|
|MBA 678||Strategic Management||3|
|Students must take one of the following global courses:||3|
|Global Business Perspectives 1|
|International Business Strategy|
Travel outside the United States is required. Most travel costs, excluding cost of airfare, are included in the MBA program tuition and fees.
|Select 15 credits of market-driven electives (MBA 700-level) 1, 2, 3, 4||15|
6 credit hours of electives may be taken outside the MBA Program or through the Consortium of Universities of the Washington Metropolitan Area with the permission of the program director.
JD/MBA Dual Degree Students can apply 15 credits of Law Elective coursework toward the MBA Elective degree requirement. See the Antonin Scalia Law School for more details.
Must be taken after completion of the core courses.
Course options not used to fulfill the global requirement may be applied towards the electives requirement.