MBA I (24 hours)
Students must take the following courses or their undergraduate equivalents:
- MGT 2216 Business Statistics
- MBA 6610 Applied Economics
- MBA 6611 Financial Reporting and Managerial Accounting
- MBA 6612 Human Behavior in Organizations
- MBA 6613 Marketing
- MBA 6614 Operations Management
- MBA 6615 Finance
- MBA 6616 Business Policy
MBA-II (21 hours)
After all MBA-I requirements are satisfied, students may enroll in the MBA-II core component courses listed below.
- MBA 6621 Managerial Decision Making
- MBA 6622 Finance in an Integrated Environment
- MBA 6623 Marketing in an Integrated Environment
- MBA 6624 Information Technology in Business
- MBA 6625 Managerial Control Systems
- MBA 6626 Business Policy/Strategy in a Global Environment
- MBA 6628 Business Simulation and Application
Informatics Emphasis (12 hours)
The MBA with an Emphasis in Informatics is focused on providing managerial-level knowledge of information technology for MBA students. The INFO emphasis provides general business managers with a curriculum focused on building their knowledge of information systems and the opportunity to develop technical skills in this field.
Required courses for the Informatics emphasis:
MBA 6627 Planning for E-Commerce
Electives (9 credit hours).
The MBA with an Emphasis in Informatics requires 9 credit hours of 5000/6000-level elective course work in the field of Business Informatics. Courses at the 5000 level cannot be selected if a comparable undergraduate course has already been taken.
Certificate in Informatics
An Informatics Certificate is offered for those students who have a bachelor’s degree in a field other than Informatics and want to improve their knowledge of information systems. To earn a Certificate in Informatics, a student must complete 30 total credits from the following list. At least twelve of those credits must be taken after the student has completed a bachelor’s degree.
Required Courses (24 credits)
||Informatics and Programming I
||Informatics and Programming II
||Software and Systems Architecture
||Systems Analysis and Design
||Networking and Virtualization
||Database Design and Implementation
||Informatics Senior Project
||Advanced Data Management
Students must take six hours of business courses in any of the following areas:
At least three credits of business elective courses must be taken as upper division coursework (3000 or 4000 level).
At least twelve credits of the above must be taken after the student completes a bachelor’s degree.
Students must receive a grade better than a C- in all coursework that applies to the Certificate in Informatics.
Students must meet with an advisor and complete a program of study prior to the second semester of coursework.
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