Online MBA Curriculum Structure
Ambassador Crawford College of Business and Entrepreneurship students earning an MBA are expected to have developed skills in the following critical areas of business:
- Critical Thinking - Analyze the elements of a business problem and construct well-reasoned solutions.
- Digital Technology – Employ appropriate tools in order to analyze business problems.
- Written Communication – Write effective business communications.
- Oral Communication – Make effective business presentations, using appropriate technologies.
- Teamwork – Collaborate effectively with others to achieve a common business purpose.
- Business Ethics – Recognize ethical business dilemmas and use ethical decision making to resolve the dilemma
- Responsible Management – Analyze the complex issues confronting organizations and craft solutions to business problems that create long term value and shared prosperity for the broad array of stakeholders.
- Global Mindset – Distinguish and analyze the key global factors when making business decisions.
|CORE COURSES||CREDITS||TERM OFFERED|
|ACCT 63037 - Financial Accounting for Decision Making||2 credits||Fall, Summer|
|ACCT 63038 - Managerial Accounting for Decision Making||2 credits||Spring|
|MIS 64042 - Global Technology Strategy||2 credits||Spring|
|ECON 62021 - Global Conditions and Macroeconomics Policy||2 credits||Fall|
|ECON 62022 - Managerial Economics||2 credits||Fall|
|FIN 66060 - Managerial Finance||2 credits||Spring|
|HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT|
|MIS 64271 - Human Resource Management||2 credits||Spring|
|MIS 64158 - Leadership and Managerial Assessment||2 credits||Spring, Summer, Fall|
|MKTG 65051 - Marketing Management||2 credits||Fall|
|MIS 64041 - Operations, Service and Supply Chain Management||2 credits||Spring|
|MIS 64005 - Analytics for Decision Making||2 credits||Fall|
|FIN 66050 - Law and Ethics||2 credits||Spring|
|CAPSTONE COURSE||CREDITS||TERM OFFERED|
|MIS 64185 - Business Strategy||3 credits||Spring, Summer, Fall|
|Electives||3 credits each, total of 9 credits required|
NOTE: Students with less than two years of full-time professional work experience at the time of enrollment will be required to complete a 1-credit hour professional development course, making the program a total of 37 credit hours. Those with two or more years of experience at time of enrollment will not be required to complete a professional development course, making the program a total of 36 credit hours.
SUMMER COURSE OFFERINGS
A select number of core courses and electives are offered in the summer semester as well. Summer offerings can adjust from year to year. Finalized schedules are shared with admitted students as each semester approaches - spring, summer and fall. Electives are also offered in fall and spring semesters.
There are five proficiency webinars required prior to taking specific courses in the curriculum. Each webinar is estimated to take eight hours to complete, depending on background. They must be completed before the start of the corresponding course and must be passed at the 75% rate or higher.
The webinar topics are in the following subject areas:
- Accounting - completed prior to ACCT 63037
- Spreadsheets - completed prior to ACCT 63037
- Finance - completed prior to FIN 66060
- Statistics - completed prior to MIS 64005
- Economics - completed prior to the first Economics course taken, either ECON 62021 or ECON 62022
Cost of Webinars
There is a separate fee for the webinars which come in an 18-month subscription. The subscription is comparable in cost to that of books and supplies for one course.
Courses can be taken in the order which you choose, apart from the following courses with prerequisites:
- In order to take ACCT 63038, you must have first taken ACCT 63037 as a prerequisite.
- In order to take MIS 64041, you must have first taken MIS 64005 as a prerequisite.
- In order to take FIN 66060, you must have first taken ACCT 63037 as a prerequisite.
OPTIONAL 100% ONLINE CONCENTRATIONS
- International Business
- Business Analytics
- COMING SOON: Anticipate Human Resource Management (beginning Fall 2022)
|Core Courses||24 total credits|
|Capstone Course||3 total credits|
|Electives||9 total credits|
|Professional Development (Waived with two years of full-time, professional work experience, typically post-bachelor's degree)||1 total credit|
|TOTAL MBA PROGRAM CREDITS||37|