The Rohrer College of Business MBA
Accelerated Full-time MBA Model Curriculum
Time to Complete: 12 months / 3 semesters
Starting in Fall Semester
| 1. Professional, Legal and Managerial Responsibilities
2. Managerial Accounting
3. Managerial Decision Making Tools
4. International Business & Society
5. Issues in MIS
| 1. Financial Decision Making
2. Marketing Management
3. Designing, Developing and Leading High Performance Organizations
4. Managing Organizational Strategy
5. MBA Elective
|1. MBA Elective
2. MBA Elective
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- All MBA students must take 3 MBA electives. To satisfy a specialization (e.g., Accounting, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Management) a student must take 3 specialization-specific electives. Subject to student demand, each discipline will schedule one specialization-specific elective each year (often, one elective each semester). If a student seeks to pursue a specialization, s/he is strongly encouraged to take specialization-specific electives as early as possible to avoid scheduling difficulties.
- MBA students have the option of declaring a dual specialization by completing a total of 6 MBA electives (3 specialization-specific electives in each discipline). Those students satisfying a dual specialization will receive 2 diplomas (one for each specialization) at graduation.
- Financial Decision Making has Managerial Accounting as a pre-requisite and Managerial Decision Making Tools as a co-requisite.
- Managing Organizational Strategy has the following 3 co-requisites: Financial Decision Making, Marketing Management, and International Business & Society.
- While students have flexibility in choosing the sequence of courses, scheduling deviations (from the above model curriculum) could extend degree completion times. You are encouraged to verify all deviations with the MBA Director.
- MBA students have 6 years to complete their coursework
* Periodic changes to the class offerings occur for a variety of reasons (e.g., cancellations due to low enrollment, sections that are booked to capacity, etc.). As a result, we cannot guarantee that students will be able to successfully register for every class when he/she chooses to enroll. Registering early for classes will minimize the likelihood of registration issues.