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Carroll School of Management

Curriculum

Evening MBA study begins with a strong set of core courses that provide a foundation in managerial, analytical, and practical management skills. The Business Development Workshop, usually taken during the first year of study, hones students’ presentation skills through an innovative new-venture planning exercise.

Evening MBA Program study is capped by two integrative courses, which examine competitive strategy and social issues from a management perspective. Finally, students choose electives that allow them to pursue their interests and enhance their functional expertise. Evening students take elective courses together with Full-Time MBA students, expanding their community as well as their professional networks.

CORE COURSES (24 Credits)
CREDITS
Economics
(OPER7704/MD700)
3
Managing People and Organizations
(MGMT7709/MB709)*
3
Accounting
(ACCT7701/MA701)
3
Information Technology for Management
(ISYS7700/MI703)
3
Marketing
(MKTG7700/MK705)
3
Financial Management
(MFIN7704/MF704)
3
Statistics
(OPER7705/MD705)
3
Operations Management
(OPER7700/MD707)
3
INTEGRATIVE COURSES (8 Credits)
CREDITS
Business Development Workshop
(MRPX7703/MM703)
2
Strategic Management
(MGMT7710/MB710)
3
Managing Business in Society
(MGMT7711/MB711)
or
Managing the Legal and Ethical Environment of
Business
(BSLW8805/MJ805)
3
ELECTIVES COURSES (24 Credits) CREDITS
8 Electives 24
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS
56

*Students pursuing the Self-Paced Option who have previously taken a course in organization behavior may request a waiver to substitute one of the following MB courses for the MGMT7709/MB709 requirement:
MGMT8103/MB803 Leadership
MGMT8115/MB815 Women & Leadership

COURSE WAIVERS
Evening MBA students who have demonstrated mastery in a core subject area may receive advanced standing, thereby reducing the total number of courses required for their degree. For more information please visit Current Students.

COMMUNITY SERVICE REQUIREMENT
The Carroll School is committed to instilling a strong sense of community service in its students.  In an effort to align this commitment with the program, all MBA students must fulfill a requirement of 20 hours of service to others through meaningful work as volunteers.