MBA Management

A graduate degree with specific concentrations is advantageous to employers when reviewing perspective candidates to hire. Competitively, graduates would stand out above others.

It is readily apparent that education is a deciding factor. Employers look for people who can bring multiple skills, managerial thinking and a long-term success record to their organization. Having earned a degree conveys that a person can fulfill a commitment. Enlarging on ones' knowledge and skills by continuing acadamic scholarship exemplifies a continued desire to excel. Employers seek those type of people.

Degree Requirements

      A Baccalaureate Degree in Business, Management, or related fields.

      The requirement for the Master of Business Administration Management Degree is 48 semester hours.

      Students must complete a minimum of 39 semester hours, 13 courses, with Southwest University.

MBA Core Courses

MGT-610 Information Management in Business
ACC-620 Managerial Accounting
MKT-630 Marketing Strategies
MBA-635 Business Ethics and Responsibilities
MGT-637 Organizational Behavior Management
ECO-642 Managerial Economics
MGT-651 Management and Leadership
FIN-655 Financial Management
HRM-657 Human Resources Strategic Issues
MBA-670 Legal Environment of Business
MGT-672 Strategic Management
DSC-680 Managerial Decision Processes
MBA-682 Special Topics in Business Administration

MBA Concentration Courses: Management

Select any four:
MAM-605 Developing Management Competencies
MAM-648 Global Management
MAM-665 Management for Quality and Excellence
MAM-668 Human Resource Management for Managers
MAM-674 Managing Change in Organizations
MAM-676 Designing and Executing Strategy