The online Executive MBA curriculum is composed of 44 credit hours, providing a comprehensive experience from which participants can emerge as stronger business leaders.
Executive MBA course work covers advanced strategy and procedure in essential topics such as international business, operations management, maximization of productivity, and administrative policy. Designed for working professionals, the program can be completed entirely online in as few as 18 months.
Management and Operations (MgtOp) 590 – Strategy Formulation and Organizational Design
Relationship between the formulation of strategy and the selection of effective organizational structures and systems.
Management and Operations (MgtOp) 593 – Managerial Leadership and Productivity
Organizational behavior and human motivation in the workplace; organization and leadership theories, studies, projects, and models leading to improved productivity.
International Business (IBus) 580 – International Business Management
Decision making in the international environment; political, cultural, and economic risk management.
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Management and Operations (MgtOp) 587 – Professional Ethics and Practice in Business (Elective)
Ethical issues faced by businesses in the current environment; traditional sources for discerning professional and ethical practices.
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International Business (I Bus) 600 – Optional International Program
Study abroad in Europe or China for 10 days, touring companies and participating in workshops with Executive MBA students from our partner schools.
Management Information Systems (MIS) 572 – Database Management (Elective)
Database management, data modeling, system design and implementation; the application of DBMS technologies to organizational and business problems.
Management and Operations (MgtOp) 581 – Operations Management
Analytical approach to solving problems in production and operations management.
Management and Operations (MgtOp) 588 – Management of Innovation
Technological transitions and technology strategy; knowledge and creativity in organizations; managing innovation processes, technical employees, and cross-functional cooperation.
Business Administration (BA) 579A
Executive MBA capstone course. In-depth analysis of strategic opportunity or problem.
Business Administration (BA) 579B
Executive MBA capstone course. Leveraging work in Capstone A to create a business plan.
Business Administration (BA) 702 – Master’s Special Problems, Directed Study, and/or Examination
Delivery of final graduation requirement — the complete business plan.