Courses and Curriculum

Online One-Year


Spring 2022 Start

Begins: January 21, 2022

Summer 2022 Start

Begins: April 8, 2022

Fall 2022 Start

Begins: September 16, 2022

MBA Candidates pursuing our one year accelerated degree formats must successfully complete the MBA Foundations Review course prior to enrollment. Developed and administered by faculty, the Foundations Review course is designed to reacquaint you with core business concepts, get you thinking about them in an academic setting again, and re-acclimate you to what it’s like to be back in school before we set you off on your MBA journey.

Comprised of five modules, the course will provide students with videos and content related to the core disciplines as well as series of quizzes to assess comprehension. At the conclusion of the videos and content, students will be required to complete a Readiness Assessment Exam, whereby performance will be graded to permit continued pursuit of an accelerated MBA degree.

The Foundations Review course site will open approximately six weeks before Orientation and classes begin, providing students with ample time to navigate these modules and devote concentrated efforts to their academic performance. Our data tells us that on average students can spend upwards of 20+ hours in the course site and another two hours to complete the Readiness Exam. It is imperative to devote the time required to the site and course to be successful.

Students who are unable to achieve satisfactory marks in the Foundations Review course will not be permitted to continue within a one year accelerated format. Please be advised, that once students begin the Foundations Review course and retrieve the course videos and materials, you are responsible for tuition and fees associated with the course.

Sample Curriculum

Term lengths vary throughout the year and range from 10-15 weeks. Please check the class calendar for cohort-specific details.

Term 1Term 2Term 3Term 4Term 5
Foundations ReviewBrand ManagementCorporate FinanceUpper Core: International Course*Global Strategic Management
Operations ManagementEntrepreneurship & Venture FinanceUpper Core: Marketing or Technology Course*Upper Core: Finance Course*
Professional Writing

Experiential Learning Requirement: All students complete one experiential learning course. Examples include The Washington Campus, an on-campus elective, online business simulation or a Global Immersion Experience (GIE). Offerings vary by term and are subject to change. Students are responsible for all travel-related expenses including airfare and/or program fees for Washington Campus and Global Immersion Experiences.

Total Credits 32

*Upper Core: Classes and topics are TBD and can change year to year; please review Program Schedule for more details and specific classes planned.