Curriculum

Objectives

The St. Cloud State University MBA program offers a broad-based business education that is designed to satisfy the following objectives: MBA Student

• Provide basic analytical tools from the various functional areas of business that are required by managers to make decisions;

• Promote skills in creativity and problem solving;

• Develop skills in ethical decision making, planning, and implementing;

• Instill written and oral communication abilities;

• Foster a continuous learning orientation among faculty and students; and

• Build a thorough understanding of today’s social, political, and economic environment.

 

St. Cloud MBA Curriculum (Effective 2015)

The following courses make up the 36 credit program. For a list of course descriptions, click here.

Foundation Course (3 credits)

MBA 601. MBA Ignite

Core Courses (21 credits)

MBA 611. Organizational Behavior
MBA 612. Global Legal and Ethical Environment of Business
MBA 613. Accounting for Managers OR
MBA 614. Financial Accounting
MBA 615. Financial Management
MBA 616. Information Systems Strategy and Management
MBA 617. Operations Management
MBA 618. Marketing Management

Professional Development Electives (3 credits)

MBA 652. Leadership in Practice
MBA 653. Ethical Leadership
MBA 654. Financial Analysis
MBA 655. Business Communication Skills: A Practicum
MBA 656. Decision Making Strategies
MBA 657. Problem-Solving

Specialty Electives (3 credits)

MBA 681. Innovation Evaluation
MBA 644. Internship

Culminating Experience (6 credits)

MBA 696. Strategic Management Capstone Project

Academic Dishonesty Disciplinary Process

The Herberger Business School has a disciplinary process for dealing with issues of academic dishonesty. This process is designed to be a positive step toward eliminating academic dishonesty in the HBS. Click on the link below for additional information.

 

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