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Major Requirements

Waivable Program Core (Prerequisite Courses):

ACCT 501 Accounting I 1.5
ACCT 510 Managerial Accounting 1.5
ECON 501 Principles of Economics I 1.5
ECON 510 Principles of Economics II 1.5
FINC 501 Finance 1.5
MGMT 501 Principles of Management 1.5
MIST 501 Management Information Systems 1.5
MRKT 501 Introduction to Marketing 1.5
QANT 501 Business Statistics 1.5
QANT 510 Production and Operations Management 1.5
QANT 520 Management Science 1.5
MGMT 510 Business Policy and Strategy 1.5
Total: 18 credits

All students must complete this 18-credit core requirement. Courses may be waived in those instances where the undergraduate experience includes course equivalencies. Courses in this core are offered to M.B.A. students in an accelerated format.

Non-Waivable Program Core:

BUSI 610 Professional Development Seminar 0
ACCT 610 Accounting Analysis 1.5
ECON 610 Macro Environment of Business 1.5
ECON 620 Microeconomic Industry Analysis 1.5
FINC 610 Financial Policy and Value Creation 1.5
FINC 620 Executing and Reporting Financial Market Transactions 1.5
MGMT 620 International Dimensions of Organizational Behavior 1.5
MGMT 630 Business Enterprise Environment 1.5
MIST 610 Enterprise Resource Planning Systems 1.5
MRKT 610 Branding 1.5
QANT 610 Operations Management 1.5
QANT 620 Multi-Criteria Decision Models 1.5
SBES 601 Ethics and Social Responsibility 1.5
MGMT 650 Strategic Leadership Capstone 3
Total: 21 credits

The non-waivable core is an integrated educational experience where courses are delivered in seven-week modules and are highly interdisciplinary. Modules in this core may not be waived, nor can credit hours be transferred into the Division of Management as substitutes for these modules. The core must be completed, in its entirety, in the Division of Management.

Elective Coursework:

XXXX 700 9

Students pursuing the General M.B.A. (without a concentration) must complete, in addition to the waivable and non-waivable core requirements, nine credits of elective coursework. Courses may be chosen from the array of 700-level offerings in the school's multiple disciplines.

Students who choose to pursue the M.B.A. with a concentration, must complete 15 credits in addition to the waivable and non-waivable core requirements. Courses that are required in each of the three available concentration areas are specified below.

Decision Science Concentration (Select Five):

MGMT 780 Supply Chain Management 3
MGMT 785 Decision Support Systems 3
QANT 750 Simulation Modeling 3
QANT 755 Management Science Applications 3
QANT 760 Operations Management Applications 3
Total: 15 credits

BUSIE 700 Faculty-Led Study Abroad or another relevant course may be substituted for MGMT 780 by approval of the department chair.

Finance Concentration Requirement:

ACCT 721 Advanced Financial Accounting 3
FINC 765 Portfolio Management 3
Total: 6 credits

Finance Concentration, (Select Three **):

ACCT 713 Financial Statement Analysis 3
FINC 705 International Finance 3
FINC 734 Analysis and Valuation of Equity Investments 3
FINC 736 Management of Valuation of Fixed Income Securities 3
FINC 740 Derivatives Analysis 3
FINC 760 Corporate Financial Decision Making 3
BUSIE 700 Faculty-Led Study Abroad 3
Total: 9 credits

** Students pursuing the M.B.A. Finance concentration with the CFA track must complete exactly five courses (15 credits) chosen from the list (excluding BUSIE 700).

Marketing Concentration (Select Five):

MRKT 710 International Marketing 3
MRKT 715 Marketing Communication and Promotion 3
MRKT 750 Marketing Research for Managerial Decisions 3
MRKT 760 Customer Relationship and Value Management 3
MRKT 765 Marketing of New Products 3
MRKT 775 Consumer Behavior 3
Total: 15 credits

BUSIE 700 Faculty-Led Study Abroad or another relevant course may be substituted for MRKT 710 by approval of the department chair.

Tourism Concentration ***:

HOSP 710 Hospitality and Tourism Research 3
HOSP 720 Tourist Behavior 3
HOSP 730 Food, Culture and Contemporary Issues 3
HOSP 740 Leadership, Organizational Culture and Development in Tourism 3
HOSP 790 Tourism and Hospitality Decision Analysis 3
Total: 15 credits

*** The M.B.A. Concentration in Tourism is only offered to students at NYIT-Vancouver campus.

The General M.B.A. program may be completed in as few as 30 credits for those students that do not pursue a concentration. Students with a concentration may complete the program in as few as 36 credits. The program consists of the waivable program core, the non-waivable program core, and either elective or concentration courses.
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