Courses and Curriculum

Weekend Professional: Two-Year

Elective offerings vary by terms and are subject to change. Some upper division courses are required and also count toward a focus area. Four courses are required to meet the requirements of a focus area

Class of 2021 Schedule

Begins: January 23, 2020

Beginning of TermOrientationRequired
Term 1
Spring 2020
ECP 5705 Economics of Business DecisionsPhalin3
ACG 5065 Financial & Managerial AccountingAsare3
GEB 5212 Professional WritingTrainor1
Term 2
Summer 2020
QMB 5303 Introduction to Managerial StatisticsMunson3
MAR 5805 Problems & Methods in Marketing ManagementAlba3
GEB 5215 Professional CommunicationTBD0
Term 3
Fall A 2020
FIN 5405 Financial ManagementBanko3
MAN 5245 Organizational BehaviorLanaj3
GEB 5215 Professional CommunicationTBD2
Term 4
Fall B 2020
MAN 5501 Operations ManagementVakharia3
GEB 5114 Entrepreneurship & Venture FinancePryor3
Term 5
Spring 2021
MAR 6930 Marketing Analytics*Hoover3
MAR 6930 International MarketingMahajan3
Term 6
Summer 2021
QMB 6930 Quantitative AnalysisMunson3
FIN 6425 Corporate Finance*Aitsahlia3
Term 7
Fall 2021
MAN 6637 Global Strategic ManagementLee3
MAR 6930 Customer Analysis*Tu3
Experiential Learning (choose one)Offerings to be determined. Examples include a business simulation, a consulting project, the Washington Campus, or a Global Immersion Experience (GIE) + Global Business Concepts (online module). Additional travel-related costs will be incurred with a GIE including airfare and program fee.3
Total Credits48

*Course can be substituted for a residency or online elective OR a Global Immersion Experience plus Global Business Concepts (online module). Only one GIE will count towards the credit hours required for the degree. Students are responsible additional costs associated with a GIE.

**May substitute another International course (such as International Marketing or International Finance) offered in a residency or online format. Elective offerings vary by term.