MBA Foundational Requirements
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All graduate business students
are required to complete the foundational courses for the
appropriate program through undergraduate or graduate course
work. Students who have not completed appropriate undergraduate
business courses will be required to take equivalent courses (may be 5000 or 6000
level, depending on the deficiency) upon acceptance to the program.
who have completed equivalent business courses may have
any (or all) of the prerequisite courses waived,
if courses meet the waiver criteria:
- The completed undergraduate course is equivalent
to the 5000/6000 level course.
- The course grade is at least a B.
- The course is taken at a regionally accredited
- Foundational courses from non-U.S. universities
in foreign countries may not be considered for waiver.
M.B.A. FOUNDATIONAL COURSES
(The courses listed below are prerequisites and may be satisfied through undergraduate credit.)
[Courses listed in brackets are the undergraduate equivalent classes]
These courses do not satisfy the 36-credit-hour requirements of the M.B.A. program.
5311 Survey of Accounting [Financial Accounting and Managerial Accounting]
5311 Managerial Economics [Macroeconomics and Microeconomics]
51.521 Foundations of Finance (Prerequisite: ACCT 5311) [Corporate Financial Management]
6303 Research and Statistics [Managerial Statistics]
51.521 Management Theory [Principles of Management]
51.522 Business Legal Environment [Business and Public Law]
51.521 Marketing Concepts [Principles of Marketing]
All single concentrations require a minimum of 36 credit hours and dual concentrations require 48 credit hours. Students are responsible for not repeating courses waived, transferred, or previously taken.
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on the right for full curriculum overview.