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Masters in Business Administration:
Part-time MBA Curriculum
Proficiencies – Quantitative and Computer Skills
|ACCT 63037||Financial Accounting For Managerial Action||3|
|ACCT 63038||Accounting For Managerial Action & Evaluation||3|
|ECON 62021||Business Conditions Analysis & Public Policy||3|
|ECON 62022||Managerial Economics
|FIN 66061||Financial Management I
|MIS 64005||Statistics For Management
|MIS 64041||Operations Management
||Management Information Systems||3|
|MIS 64271||Human Resources Management||3|
Executive & Integrative Management, and Electives
||Leadership and Managerial Assessment||3|
||Legal and Ethical Environment||3|
Accelerated Option (for undergraduate business majors)
The MBA degree is open to individuals from all educational backgrounds. Students with a recent business undergraduate degree from an AACSB International Accredited program may be able to shorten their program. Some MBA Core courses may be waived from the student's program based on coursework taken previously.
ProficienciesSince the MBA program admits students from all academic, undergraduate degree programs, students will enter the program with a wide array of backgrounds and prior preparation. All students will need a few basic tools to be successful in the MBA program. For this reason, each student entering the Kent State University MBA program will need to demonstrate proficiency in Quantitative and Computer skills. Individuals lacking in these areas will have the opportunity to take workshops or other coursework to satisfy the requirements.
The Management Core is designed to give the student in-depth study of the key functional areas of business needed to be a successful leader and manager. A total of 30 semester hours is required.
Core Courses (30 Credit Hours)
Executive & Integrative Management Courses (9 Credit Hours)
These courses are designed to provide discussion and thought regarding general management issues, such as ethical decision-making, legal and regulatory issues, cultural diversity, leadership, team building, and strategy formulation and implementation..
Elective Coursework (9 Credit Hours)
One of the electives must be an international business area course. Beyond this requirement, students have the option of earning the MBA with or without an area of concentration. A concentration requires all 9 credit hours of electives to be taken within the same area of study, whereas the general MBA allows students to choose any courses across areas.