MBA Foundation Courses

NOTE:  THESE COURSES ARE EQUIVALENT TO THE UNDERGRADUATE PREREQUISITES AND MAY NOT BE USED FOR CREDIT TOWARDS MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM NOR AN EMPHASIS AREA.

FOUNDATION COURSES

MBA 515. MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING /FINANCE. Fundamentals of accumulating, reporting, and interpreting financial accounting information for internal and external uses. Principles of managerial finance designed to broaden the understanding and application of the theories and techniques of financial analysis. 3 credit hours

MBA 525. MANAGEMENT THEORY/BUSINESS LAW. An analysis of managerial functions, concepts and practices within organizations directed toward an understanding of basic functions, concepts, practices, theories, principles, terminology, and methodologies of management to learn skills and competencies and to apply these through the use of case analysis. An awareness of the interrelationship of law and business with emphasis on administrative procedures, antitrust analysis, consumer protection, securities law, and business ethics; to develop creative and strategic thinking in the rapidly changing business environment; a survey of the major legal considerations affecting managerial decision making. 3 credit hours

MBA 535. ECONOMICS/MARKETING THEORY. Major topics include national income, monetary-fiscal policies, operations of the free-market economy. An analysis of marketing functions, concepts, and practices in managerial decision-making.  3 credit hours

MBA 545. STATISTICS/INFORMATION SYSTEMS. Survey of microcomputer applications used by executives to facilitate management, control, and operations of organizations; emphasis on commonly used productivity software packages. An examination of techniques as applied to managerial decision-making; data gathering, appropriate statistical tests, interpretation of results using computer programs. 3 credit hours

  

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