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Master of Business Administration

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MASTERS DEGREE PROGRAM CHECK SHEET

 

Program Requirements:
  • 45 graded credit hours are required for the Masters of Business Administration.
  • A minimum grade of “B-” is required for all courses counting toward the degree, and a cumulative grade of 3.00 (or better) is required.
  • Students may choose to satisfy up to 15 elective credits from an approved institution.
  • Maximum of 15 transfer credits can be applied to EOU’s MBA degree.

 

REQUIRED PROGRAM COURSES: 30 Credits

Complete the following courses:

Course # Title [and course information] Credit(s) Prerequisites(s)
BA 501 Managerial Communications 3
BA 502 Organizational Management and Leadership 3
BA 503 Marketing Strategies and Technique 3
BA 504 Entrepreneurial Finance 3
BA 505 Creativity and Innovation 3
BA 506 Global Business Intelligence 3
BA 508 Sustainable Competitive Advantage 3
BA 509 Optimization 3
BA 511 Operational Decision Making 3
BA 699 MBA Capstone 3 BA 501, 502, 503, 504, 505, 506, 508, 509, 511

 

ELECTIVE COURSES: 15 credits

Complete 15 credits in the following list of courses:

Course # Title [and course information] Credit(s) Prerequisite(s)
BA 510 Special Topics 3
BA 521 Business and the Environment 3
BA 522 Emotional Intelligence and Managerial Effectiveness 3
BA 523 Alternative Business Strategies 3
BA 524 Disaster Recovery and Business 3
BA 525 Strategic Agribusiness Management 3
BA 526 Taxes and Business Strategy 3
BA 527 Advanced Accounting Theory 3

 

Total credits required for the MBA: 45

 

Students may choose to take up to 15 elective credits from an approved institution.

Other elective course reviewed – but not included at this time:
  • Creative Leadership*
  • Global Agribusiness Trade*
  • Financial Market Considerations for Agribusiness*
  • Tax Research*
  • Sales Process and Techniques*
  • Legal and Ethical Considerations in Sport*
  • Sport Administration
  • Sports Marketing and Management
  • Virtual Enterprises
  • Product and Brand Management
*Syllabus was approved by Curriculum Committee as of 11/01/17

 

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Last EPCC update January 2018