World Executive Master of Business Administration
The world executive master of business administration degree program is designed for accomplished managers and professionals to enhance their organizational effectiveness. The program has a general management focus, with a strong emphasis on leadership, global and local environments, and mastery of key business functions. The 16-month, 52.5-credit program includes core courses, integrative topical courses, electives, residencies, consulting practicums, and a leadership coaching component.
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Specific admission requirements are shown on the Graduate Program Finder.
The following requirements must be fulfilled: 52.5 credits in required courses.
|MBAD 6211||Financial Accounting|
|MBAD 6213||Cases in Management Accounting|
|MBAD 6221||Judgment, Uncertainty, and Decisions|
|MBAD 6222||Data Analysis and Decisions|
|MBAD 6223||Operations Management|
|MBAD 6233||Financial Markets|
|MBAD 6234||Financial Management|
|MBAD 6241||Global Perspectives|
|MBAD 6242||Microeconomics for the World Economy|
|MBAD 6243||Macroeconomics for the World Economy|
|MBAD 6244||International Management|
|MBAD 6246||Global Economy|
|MBAD 6247||Consulting Practicum and International Residency|
|MBAD 6261||Organizations and Leadership|
|MBAD 6262||Managing Human Capital|
|MBAD 6272||Nature of Markets|
|MBAD 6273||Marketing Decisions|
|MBAD 6281||Business Ethics|
|MBAD 6284||Business and Public Policy|
|MBAD 6285||Business Law|
|MBAD 6286||Strategy Formulation and Implementation|
|MBAD 6290||Special Topics (taken five times on different topics for 1.5 credits each offering)|
|MBAD 6291||Business Communications|
|MBAD 6296||Business Challenge|
|MBAD 6297||Business and Innovation|
Students may complete an elective concentration by completing coursework as outlined by the academic department. All concentrations require the successful completion of 12 unique credits. Each concentration includes both required coursework (3 to 7.5 credits) that must be completed and a list of optional courses to fulfill the remaining credits (4.5 to 9 credits). For more information on concentration options, please visit the Current Graduate Student website.
The concentration options include: