A minimum of three years full-time professional experience. Students without a degree from an English-speaking institution, where English is the primary language of instruction and of the geographic area, must establish minimal proficiency in English by providing a TOEFL score of 79-80 or higher.
Program Expectations: Entering students are expected to be able to utilize word processing, spreadsheets, electronic communications, and information retrieval on the Internet; to have access to a personal computer; to be able to apply mathematical skills for solving basic economic and business problems; and, to possess good oral and written communication skills. The University offers courses to assist students in obtaining these necessary competencies.
Foundation Courses: 0-9 semester hours
The foundation courses a student must fulfill are determined by the Director’s review of the student’s undergraduate coursework and professional experience. If foundation courses are needed, they should be among the first courses taken.
|BUS 600A||Accounting and Finance||3|
Foundation courses can be waived, if the equivalent undergraduate courses were completed at a regionally accredited college or university with a grade of C or higher within the past seven years:
Total Program: 33 semester hours
Core Courses: 12 semester hours
|BUS 630||Corporate Finance||3|
|BUS 650||Organizational Behavior: Theory and Practice||3|
|BUS 660||Marketing Management||3|
|BUS 670||Technology Based Operations Management||3|
Electives and Concentrations: 18 semester hours
Each student can select a set of courses that addresses his or her career needs. Specific concentrations can be pursued or courses can be selected from any 500-level BUS courses (other than foundation courses). A minimum of 18 semester hours of electives is needed to complete the degree requirements.
Culminating Activity: 3 semester hours
|BUS 690||Strategic Management||3|