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Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business—MBA and Master’s Program Descriptions

 

The following section details the full range of programs for students interested in pursuing an MBA, an MS, or an MBA and another degree at the same time. Unless otherwise noted, additional information regarding these programs may be obtained by contacting the Admissions Office.

Contact Information

Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business
Director of MBA Admissions
301 Mervis Hall
412-648-1700
Fax: 412-648-1659
E-mail: mba@katz.pitt.edu
www.business.pitt.edu/katz/mba

Full-Time MBA Program

One-Year Program

In 1963, the Katz School launched a unique MBA program that presented the classical two-year American MBA format in one calendar year. This is not a general management program, but contains full concentration in all business disciplines—all conducted in parallel with the core of business, arts and sciences, and logistically integrated by the world-class faculty dedicated to the merger of research and teaching.

The one-year MBA is typically for people who do not require an internship to reach their career goals. It begins in May and ends in April and, through its module format, covers the same ground that a traditional MBA program does in two years.

Two-Year Program

The two-year MBA program is built on the solid foundation of the established one-year program. Students begin in August, add a professional internship during the summer, and return in the subsequent fall. After finishing the core curriculum, students may choose up to 34.5 credits from electives across the school. Graduation takes place in April of the second year.

The two-year MBA is typically for people who wish to develop their professional focus, and who need an internship to confirm and advance that professional focus. Individualized coaching and mentoring programs are designed to support the professional growth and development of each student.

 

MBA/Master of Science in the Management of Information Systems Dual Degree Program (MS-MIS)

MS Degree in Management of Information Systems

The Katz School offers a dual-degree program that awards both an MBA and an MS in the Management of Information Systems. The curriculum extends the one-year MBA program to include advanced MIS course work and a practicum in information management. Full-time students can complete the dual-degree program (66 credits required) in 20 months, four of which are usually spent working in an internship position. The program can be completed on a part-time/evening basis (66 credits required).

For additional program information, contact mba@katz.pitt.edu, or visit our Web site at hhtp:www.business.pitt.edu/katz/mba/academics/programs/mba-mis.php

MBA/Master of International Business Dual Degree Program (MBA/MIB)

With this dual-degree program, students can earn an MBA and a Master of International Business degree in about two years. To qualify for the program, candidates must have a minimum of two years of college-level language education or the equivalent proficiency in a second language. In addition, an integral part of the program is a required foreign internship in which a relevant second language is used in the work setting on a routine basis. The full-time and part-time MBA/MIB dual degree requires a total of 64.5 credits.

For additional program information, contact the program coordinator, 349 Mervis Hall, phone: 412-383-8835, e-mail: mbakatz.pitt.edu, or visit our Web site at http://www.business.pitt.edu/katz.

MBA/Master of Public and International Affairs (MPIA) Joint Degree Program
MBA/Master of International Development (MID)

Offered with the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs (GSPIA), the joint MBA/MPIA program enables students who are in the process of acquiring professional training in public policy (with a focus on international relations) to simultaneously obtain a substantial knowledge of private sector management with a focus on international business. Similarly, the MBA/MID allows a student to focus on international development at GSPIA. These programs normally require at least five terms of full-time study and 75 credits.

MBA/Master of Science in Engineering Joint Degree Programs

The Swanson School of Engineering and the Katz Graduate School of Business have established joint MBA/MS programs with each of seven engineering departments. These programs are designed to meet the clear and growing need felt by various industry sectors for managers with sophisticated business and engineering skills. In today’s environment, such cross-functional skills are essential in addressing multifaceted problems involving issues related to product development, quality, information systems, modeling and quantitative analysis, finance and accounting, international relations, and marketing.

Both full-time and part-time options are available. The full-time option can be completed in two academic years, whereas the part-time option may require a period of four to five years. The programs generally consist of 64.5 credits for full-time and part-time. It is designed for students with undergraduate degrees in engineering and, in some cases the physical sciences, preferably with industry work experience. Candidates must meet the admissions criteria of both the MBA program and the specific MS engineering program of interest.

Students accepted into the program will be expected to complete both degrees concurrently and pay full tuition. Courses will be scheduled in such a manner as to preclude students from receiving one degree before the other.

This program is only for those students seeking a professional MS engineering degree. Students interested in the research MS engineering degree track will not be admitted. Further, because of the high credit demands, students in the program will not be able to hold either research or teaching assistant positions. Students who are enrolled in the joint degree program are expected to complete both degrees.

Full-time students will register for the program through the Katz Graduate School of Business for four semesters at the one-year MBA tuition rate.

MBA/Master of Science in Bioengineering

This new program, offered with the School of Medicine and the Swanson School of Engineering, is at the intersection of business, medicine, and engineering. It’s designed for those who see themselves as managers of emerging companies in the biotech and biomed fields. This program requires completion of 64.5 credits for full time and part time.

MBA/Master of Science in Industrial Engineering (MBA/MSIE)

This program, offered with the Swanson School of Engineering, prepares students for a career in product development and management (or in other relevant areas) at manufacturing and service companies with a significant engineering and/or technological focus. The combination of material and engineering/technical skills is particularly valued by these particular companies in today's business environment. This program requires completion of 64.5 credits for full-time and part-time.

MBA/Law Joint Degree Program (JD/MBA)

The Katz School and the School of Law provide the opportunity for a student to earn both an MBA and a JD degree in a period of three and a half years of full-time study. A total of 115 credits are required for both degrees.

For additional program information, contact the Admissions Office, School of Law , Phone: 412-648-1413.

Executive MBA Program (EMBA Worldwide)

The Executive MBA (EMBA Worldwide) Program is offered in Pittsburgh, Sao Paulo, and Prague. We offer the academic rigor of the Katz MBA, but in a format tailored to experience professions.  Whether our students work in upper management at a corporation, are the founder of a budding startup, or come from a technical background such as engineering or medicine, EMBA Worldwide is designed to help them elevate their careers to new heights.

The program begins in May and ends in October of the subsequent year.  Students complete a minimum of 48 academic credits.  In addition, the Global Executive Forums (GEF make Katz EMBA Worldwide a truly global experience.   You'll travel to each location for a week of study, cultural development activities, and visits with Katz EMBA Worldwide alumni and guest speakers.

For additional program information, contact Christine Kush, Director of Operations, EMBA Worldwide, 515 Alumni Hall, Phone: 412-648-1806, e-mail cakush@katz.pitt.edu or visit www.business.pitt.edu/katz/emba.

MS Master of Science in Accounting

The Master of Science (MS) in Accounting is a full-time, 30-credit professional graduate degree program. Graduates of the program will be well prepared to take the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) examination and will increase their employment marketability both nationally and internationally.

For additional program information, contact Jessica Quarterman, Assistant Director, 276A Mervis Hall, phone: 412-624-0147, e-mail: macc@katz.pitt.edu, or visit www.business.pitt.edu/katz/macc.

MS Master of Science in Customer Insights

The Master of Science in Customer Insights prepares students for an increasingly data-driven, analytics-focused marketing career, offering a broad introduction to marketing alongside in-depth study of research techniques, data analytics, digital marketing, and social media marketing. Students learn how to use data-driven customer insights to build effective marketing strategies. The program leverages the expertise of Katz’s award-winning marketing faculty, which continually ranks among the best in the world for research productivity (American Marketing Association).

The 30-credit program is designed to be completed in nine months. The curriculum is comprised of core and elective courses currently offered to Katz MBA students. Other than an undergraduate degree, no prerequisites are required.  For additional information, email: admissions@katz.pitt.edu, or visit www.business.pitt.edu/katz/ms-programs/customer-insight.

 

 

MS Master of Science in Finance

The Master of Science in Finance program provides students with broad knowledge of quantitative

and qualitative aspects of financial decision making.  The program begins with coverage of financial forecasting and time value of money techniques, operating and financial risk and their effects on investors’ required returns and firms’ costs of capital, and methods of valuation.  These important tools and concepts provide the basis for understanding how corporations make financial decisions that maximize shareholder value, including which operating projects to invest in, how to finance those projects, when and how to pay operating cash flows out to shareholders, whether to engage in mergers and acquisitions, and how to deal with financial distress. 

Students with an interest in portfolio management can take advantage of Katz’s Financial Analysis Lab, a realistic trading room environment equipped with Bloomberg professional services software, S&P’s Capital IQ software, and a stock ticker board displaying breaking financial news.  

The 30-credit program is designed to be completed in nine months. The curriculum is comprised of core and elective courses currently offered to Katz MBA students. Other than an undergraduate degree, no prerequisites are required. For additional information, email: admissions@katz.pitt.edu, or visit www.business.pitt.edu/katz/ms-programs/finance.

 

Master of Science in Supply Chain Management

The importance of supply chain management continues to grow as supply chains become more global, more complex, more competitive, and, at the same time, more responsive. The Master of Science in Supply Chain Management provides students with broad supply chain knowledge and technical skills in sourcing, logistics, planning, inventory, pricing, and consulting. The program has a strong interdisciplinary flavor, letting students select from a wide range of electives.  Experience-Based Learning forms an integral part of the curriculum through a Consulting Field Project course, internship or Global Research Practicum.  The Pitt Business Center for Supply Chain Management supports the program through educational programs and partnerships with industry.

 

The 30-credit program is designed to be completed in nine months. The curriculum is comprised of core and elective courses currently offered to Katz MBA students. Other than an undergraduate degree, no prerequisites are required. For additional information, email: admissions@katz.pitt.edu, or visit www.business.pitt.edu/katz/ms-programs/supply-chain.

Application Procedures

Applicants should have earned an undergraduate degree from an accredited U.S. college or university or its equivalent and should demonstrate quantitative competence via academic coursework and GMAT or GRE. Applicants should be able to demonstrate excellent communication and interpersonal skills that are evaluated through written essays, test scores, and/or a personal interview.

The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) or the Graduate Record Exam (GRE) is required, and for international applicants, the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is also a requirement. International applicants should also see the section on Admissions of International Students in the front section of this bulletin.

Financial Assistance

The primary sources of financial assistance for incoming full-time Katz students are tuition scholarships and loans.

Merit-based scholarships are awarded in various dollar amounts and are directly applied against tuition charges. Katz School scholarships are available to full-time U.S. citizens, U.S. permanent residents, and international students. Award notifications are mailed along with the official admission decision. While consideration for scholarship candidate is independent of the admissions decision, there is no additional application required.

There are several educational loan programs available for MBA students. All of them offer very reasonable interest rates.

Tuition and Fees

Actual tuition for the one-year and two-year programs is approximately the same. However, students in the two-year program will incur additional cost in academic fees, as they will be attending the equivalent of one additional term.

MBA Program Academic Standards

The following section details academic standards for the full-time MBA programs.

Good Academic Standing

In order to maintain good academic standing, a cumulative grade point average of 3.00 or above in all courses applicable to the MBA degree is required throughout the program and for graduation from the MBA program.

Academic Probation and Dismissal Policy

Any student whose GPA falls below 3.00 at any time during the program may be subject to academic probation and/or dismissal from the full-time MBA program. Exceptions to the school’s guidelines and procedures may be considered only through written petition to the assistant dean for MBA programs.

Dean’s List

The Dean’s List for full-time MBA students is compiled at the end of each term and consists of 20 percent of the student body with the highest grade point averages (3.75 or above).

Other Academic Honors

The Katz School recognizes high academic achievement and leadership through the following honors and awards.

Albert Wesley Frey Prize is awarded to a full-time MBA student for the highest academic performance among all full-time graduating students.

Beta Gamma Sigma is an international honor society recognizing the outstanding academic achievements of students enrolled in collegiate business and management programs.

Brosius Creativity Award is awarded to those students demonstrating exceptional creativity in their program of study.

Dean's Outstanding Student Service Award is awarded at graduation to an MBA student for exemplary service and leadership.

Marshall Alan Robinson Prize is awarded at graduation to a full-time MBA student who has demonstrated academic and professional excellence in the MBA program.

Outstanding Part-time MBA Student of the Year Award is awarded at graduation for exemplary academic performance and leadership.

Outstanding Master of Science in Accounting Student of the Year Award is awarded at graduation for exemplary academic performance and leadership

Peter Stipanovich Award is awarded to the outstanding full-time MBA student in finance.

Sheth Scholar in Marketing is awarded to two MBA students each year for exemplary performance in marketing course work.

Vincent W. Lanfear Prize is awarded to an evening MBA student for highest academic performance among all part-time graduating students.

Transfer of Graduate-Level Courses

Students are permitted to transfer up to 17 graduate credit hours (for the one year program), 19 (for the two year program) from other AACSB-accredited MBA programs. However, these credits may not have been applied to another degree. If a student earned a degree at another school, the student must verify by letter that the courses desired for transfer did not apply to that degree; if a degree was not earned then a letter is not necessary. All courses must be completed with a grade of "B" or higher to be eligible for transfer consideration.

If a student wishes to have previously earned graduate credits applied to the MBA degree as transfer credits, the appropriate forms must be completed and returned to the school’s student records office. The appropriate faculty members will inform the student of the results after a review.

If a student must relocate during his or her studies at the Katz School, one-third of the total required credits may be taken at an AACSB-accredited MBA program to complete the MBA degree at the University of Pittsburgh. Courses taken at other institutions must be approved by the Katz School faculty. It is therefore recommended that each course be pre-approved for transfer before enrollment.

A student must have earned two-thirds of their total required credits from the University of Pittsburgh in order to qualify for an MBA from the Katz School. Note that all transfer credits are subject to the guidelines imposed by the statute of limitations.

Statute of Limitations

The Katz School requires completion of all degree requirements within four years of original registration. Under extraordinary circumstances, this statute may be extended, one year at a time, to a maximum of six years. The director of student services, upon written request, will consider extension of the statute of limitations. A detailed request must be filed before the end of the statutory period. Under no circumstances will a student be allowed more than six years to complete the MBA degree.

This statute of limitations also governs the acceptability of transfer credits. Presented as part of the MBA, credits earned outside the Katz School must have been earned within the four-year period of the date of graduation. Credits more than four years old but less than six years as of graduation will be considered for acceptance upon written petition to the executive associate dean.

Academic Integrity

All students are expected to adhere to the school’s Code of Academic Standards, copies of which are available in the dean’s office as well as the school library. These standards follow the University’s guidelines with several procedure changes. Students may also contact the school’s academic integrity officer for advice or clarification of academic integrity guidelines.

Career Management and Academic Advising

The Career Management team assists all full-time and evening MBA students reverse engineer their MBA experience by starting with solidifying their post-MBA goal.  Advisors will meet with students to discuss career aspirations, develop a customized curriculum plan that meet the individual’s goals and the degree requirements alongside the student services team, and identify experience-based learning and co-curricular opportunities that align.  Ultimately advisors will assist with the development and execution of a job search plan that culminates in placement in the right job at the right company.  More information on the career management team can be found at http://hire.katz.pitt.edu.

MBA Programs & Student Services

The goal of the MBA Programs team is exceptional student satisfaction. The MBA Program Office staff are subject matter experts who assist MBA advisors and faculty in the delivery of various MBA Programs: One-Year Full Time MBA, Two-Year Full Time MBA, Part Time MBA, Corporate MBA Programs, and Special International Programs. The team also manages student events and activities, including Orientation, Academic Workshops and Professional Skills Development. The MBA Student Services team is part of the MBA Program Office and manages matriculation, registration, curriculum delivery and graduation processes for MBA students.

MBA Degree Requirements

Students in the one-year program must fulfill the following requirements in order to receive the full-time MBA degree:

(1) A minimum of 51 credits of approved graduate work
(2) The appropriate distribution of required core courses and elective courses
(3) A minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.0

Students in the two-year program must fulfill the following requirements in order to receive the full-time MBA degree:

(1) A minimum of 57 credits of approved graduate work
(2) The appropriate distribution of required core courses and elective courses
(3) A minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.00

MBA Core Curriculum

The following core courses are required of all full-time MBA students:

 

BACC 2401 Financial Accounting (3 credits)
BECN 2401 Economic Analysis for Managerial Decisions Firm and Markets  (3 credits)
BQOM 2401 Statistical Analysis (3 credits)
BIND 2444 Competitive Management Simulation (3)
BQOM 2421 Decision Technology (1.5 credits)
BFIN 2409 Financial Management (1.5 credits)
BMIS 2409 Information Systems (1.5)
BMKT 2409 Marketing Management (1.5)
BSPP 2409 Strategic Management (1.5)
BOAH 2409 Organizational Behavior (1.5)
BSEO 2401    Business Ethics & Social Performance (1.5)

 

The remaining credits required for the degree are to be taken in the student’s area of study and in other elective course work.

Areas of Study

In place of majors, the Katz School offers areas of study in finance, management of information systems, marketing, organizational behavior and human resource management, operations management strategy, and doctoral studies. Students can customize their MBA to suit their career goals by choosing from a wide array of electives in these fields.

Students may also choose to take elective courses through other professional schools at the University including the School of Law, the Swanson School of Engineering, the School of Social Work, the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, and the School of Information Sciences.

A description of each of the areas of study follows:

Finance

The study of finance is designed to prepare students for managerial careers in corporate finance, investment analysis, financial consulting, and financial institutions. The coursework presents an integrated treatment of the economic foundations of finance, and the functions of capital markets and financial institutions. The courses provide a thorough understanding of how capital and financial markets operate, and how to manage corporate assets and financial claims in the marketplace.

Management of Information Systems

An MBA with a focus in information systems (IS) prepares students to lead and manage by helping them develop their ability to recognize and capitalize on opportunities to use information systems to increase efficiency, support growth, and enable innovation.  Though course and project work related to the specification, evaluation, and management of technology-enabled business initiatives, the IS concentrations available within the Katz MBA program prepare student for careers as leaders in both the IS functional area (e.g. CIO, CTO, Director of IT) and in other business areas that rely heavily on information technology for success (e.g. Supply Chain Management, Customer Analytics/Marketing Research, Financial Operation management, etc.). 

Students seeking a stronger foundation in the management of IS and greater depth in their MBA specialty should consider the Katz MBA/MS-MIS Dual Degree program.   This program combines a full set of MBA courses, a core of IS technical and management courses, and a range of specializations including: IS Management, Supply Chain Management, Customer Analytics, Entrepreneurship/New Venture Creation, and Healthcare and IS.

Marketing

This area of study is designed to prepare students for careers in marketing management. Marketing is a critical decision area not only in commercial (for profit) organizations but also in healthcare, government, educational, and other non-profit institutions. Among the topics discussed are marketing strategy, new product development, marketing research, pricing, distribution, advertising and promotion, brand management, and global marketing.

Organizational Behavior and Human Resources Management

Organizational behavior and human resources management focuses on understanding human behavior at work and developing effective management strategies for maximizing the human capital within organizations. This program examines current issues such as employee involvement, high-performance work systems, and the use of teams within organizations.

Strengths of this area are its interdisciplinary nature that relies on a solid grounding in the behavioral sciences, applied statistics, and economics.

Operations Management, Decision Sciences, and Artificial Intelligence

The "operations" function of a firm deals with the effective production and distribution of goods and services, and thus forms an integral part of the management activity in industries as diverse as banking, financial services, software, telecommunications, electronics, and automobiles. An MBA with a focus in operations prepares students for a line job in such industries as well as for a career in management consulting.

Strategy

Organizations of all sizes and degrees of complexity depend on the planning and implementation skills of their general managers for the attainment of their objectives. The strategic planning and policy field is concerned with the development of frameworks and processes for analyzing and responding to strategic problems and opportunities confronting corporate-level executives and managers of business units.

Ethical Leadership and Public Affairs

This area focuses on the management of public affairs and corporate social policies. Most business firms operate in complex environments where governmental regulations, public policies, social pressure groups, legal and political systems, technological innovations, and ethical standards directly affect managerial decision-making. The strategies and techniques for coping with these environmental forces and for managing a firm’s external social relations are given special attention in a series of advanced courses.

Part-Time/Evening MBA Program

The evening program offers nearly the same curriculum and encompasses the same teaching philosophies as the full-time MBA program. The MBA can be earned in three years by taking approximately 6 credits per term. The program runs year-round with fall, spring, and summer trimesters of 13 or 14 weeks each. Classes are conducted on weekday evenings and select weekends.

Admissions

Students are admitted in the fall, spring, and summer terms. Applicants should check the school's Web site for preferred deadlines.

Candidates must have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited U.S. school or the non-U.S. equivalent, and demonstrated quantitative competence via academic coursework and GMAT or GRE. Applicants should be able to demonstrate excellent communication and interpersonal skills that are evaluated through written essays, test scores, and/or personal interview.

The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) or the Graduate Record Exam (GRE) is required, and for international applicants, the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is also a requirement.

Tuition and Fees

Evening MBA students pay on a per credit basis each term (1.5–8.5 credits considered part-time). In addition to the University-wide fees, a professional workshop fee is required each term.

Academic Probation and Dismissal Policy

If the student’s GPA falls below 3.0 upon completion of 12 credits or any time thereafter, the student will be subject to academic probation and/or dismissal from the program. Exceptions to the school’s guidelines and procedures may be considered only through written petition to the assistant dean for MBA programs.

Part-Time/Evening Degree Requirements

All students must fulfill the following requirements in order to receive the part-time MBA degree:

  1. A minimum of 51 credits of approved graduate work
  2. The appropriate distribution of required core courses and elective courses
  3. A minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.0

Part-Time/Evening MBA Core Curriculum

The following core courses (totaling 22.5 credits) are required of all evening MBA students. Electives are similar to the full-time MBA offerings.

 

BACC 2401 Financial Accounting (3 credits)
BQOM 2401 Statistical Analysis (3 credits)
BECN 2401 Economic Analysis for Managerial Decisions, Firms and Markets (3 credits)
BIND 2444 Competitive Management Simulation (3 credits)
BFIN 2409 Financial Management (1.5 credits)
BMKT 2409 Marketing Management (1.5 credits)
BOAH 2409 Organizational Behavior (1.5 credits)
BMIS 2409 Information Systems (1.5 credits)
BQOM 2421 Decision Technologies in Manufacturing and Operations Management (1.5 credits)
BSE0 2401 Business Ethics and Social Performance (1.5 credits)
BSPP 2409 Strategic Management (1.5 credits)

 

Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business Course Listings

Listed below are the master’s-level courses typically offered by the Katz School.

 

Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business Course Listings

BACC 2060 Independent Study in Accounting

BACC 2251 Forensic Accounting

BACC 2252 Corporate Tax Accounting and Planning

BACC 2253 International Accounting Issues

BACC 2254 Advanced Financial Accounting

BACC 2258 Strategic Cost Management

BACC 2401 Financial Accounting

BACC 2466 Risk Management and Compliance Issues
BACC 2510 Intermediate Financial Reporting and Analysis 1
BACC 2511 Intermediate Financial Reporting and Analysis 2

BACC 2525 Financial Statement Analysis

BACC 2528 Managerial Accounting

BACC 2537 Taxes and Management Decisions

BACC 2542 Accounting and Finance Law
BACC 2543 Tax Policy

BACC 2549 Strategic Cost Analysis

BACC 2557 Accounting Research and Writing

BACC 2558 Not for Profit and Governmental Accounting

BACC 2559 Individual Tax Accounting and Planning

BAIM 2060 Independent Study in Artificial Intelligence

BECN 2019 Economics of International Business

BECN 2060 Independent Study in Economics

BECN 2401 Economic Analysis for Managerial Decisions: Firms and Markets

BECN 2504 Managing Risk in a Global Enterprise

BECN 2509 Global Macroeconomics 1

BECN 2510 Global Macroeconomics 2

BFIN 2013 Efficiency of Capital Markets

BFIN 2015 Short-Term Finance

BFIN 2030 Valuation 1

BFIN 2031 Creating Value Through Restructuring

BFIN 2033 International Financial Management

BFIN 2036 Corporate Finance

BFIN 2039 Investment Management/Capital Markets

BFIN 2042 Acquisitions of Privately Held Companies

BFIN 2043 International Financial Management

BFIN 2048 Applied Corporate Finance

BFIN 2051 Introduction to Derivatives

BFIN 2056 Derivatives: Applications to Valuation and Value Creation

BFIN 2060 Independent Study in Finance

BFIN 2068 Markets and Trading
BFI N 2069 Fixed Income Securities

BFIN 2123 Commercial Banking

BFIN 2124 Investment Banking and Venture Capital

BFIN 2129 Energy Project Finance

BFIN 2130 Valuation 2

BFIN 2140 Real Estate Finance

BFIN 2145 Financial Modeling
BFIN 2409 Financial Management 1
BFIN 2410 Financial Management 2

BFIN 2555 Practicum in Portfolio Management and Security Analysis

BIND 2024 Consulting Field Project

BIND 2035 Application of Game Theory in Managing Decision Making

BIND 2444 Management Simulation

BIND 2526 Business Process Redesign

BIND 2554 Entering Foreign Markets 1
BMIS 2053 Human-Computer Interaction

BMIS 2056 Management Information Systems Practicum 1

BMIS 2060 Independent Study in Management Information Systems

BMIS 2409 Information Systems
BMIA 2501 Enterprise Systems and Integration of Business Processes
BMIS 2537 Business Systems Platform
BMIS 2538 Strategic Cybersecurity in Business

BMIS 2551 Project Management

BMIS 2588 Database Management

BMIS 25XX Current Topics in IS

BMIS 2678 Electronic Commerce

BMIS 2629 Technology Innovation, Adoption, and Diffusion
BMIS 2689 Technology-enabled Business Transformation

BMKT 2060 Independent Study in Marketing

BMKT 2409 Marketing Management

BMKT 2509 Marketing Planning and Strategy

BMKT 2513 Consumer Behavior 1

BMKT 2514 Consumer Behavior 2

BMKT 2515 Marketing and Social Media Strategies

BMKT 2522 Sales Management

BMKT 2033 International Marketing

BMKT 2526 Product Development and Management

BMKT 2528 Advertising

BMKT 2530 Service Marketing: Strategies and Tactics

BMKT 2531 Marketing Research

BMKT 2533 Business-to-Business Marketing

BMKT 2544 Shopper Marketing
BMKT 2551 Digital and Social Media Analytics

BMKT 2569 Brand Management

BOAH 2060 Independent Study in Human Resources Management

BOAH 2409 Organizational Behavior: Leadership and Group Effectiveness

BOAH 2423 Managing Human Capital

BOAH 2456 Managing Offshore Outsourcing

BOAH 2517 Interpersonal Skills 1

BOAH 2521 Staffing Organizations

BOAH 2522 Compensation

BOAH 2527 Cross-cultural Dimensions of International Management

BOAH 2023 Human Resources Planning and Strategy 1

BOAH 2024 Human Resources Planning and Strategy 2

BOAH 2532 Negotiations, Teamwork and Change 1

BOAH 2537 Conflict Resolution in the Workplace
BQOM 2139 Six Sigma: theory, Practice and Certification

BQOM 2060 Independent Study in Quantitative Methods

BQOM 2061 Independent Study in Operations Management

BQOM 2401 Statistical Analysis: Uncertainty, Prediction, and Quality Improvement

BQOM 2421 Decision Technologies in Manufacturing and Operations Management

BQOM 2501 Enterprise Systems and Integration of Business Processes
BQOM 2511 Revenue Management Pricing Analysis
BQOM 2512 Advanced Division Technology

BQOM 2516 Project Management

BQOM 2521 Decision Making in a Complex Environment

BQOM 2523 Process Engineering

BQOM 2524 Production Management and Process Improvement

BQOM 2533 Global Supply Chain Management

BQOM 2534 Strategic Procurement Sourcing Management

BQOM 2537 Forecasting

BQOM 2546 Project Management Fundamentals & Analytics

BQOM 2549 Strategic Cost Analysis

BQOM 2578 Data Mining

BQOM 2700 Supply/Value Chain Management Project

BQOM 2904 Creativity and Problem Solving

BSEO 2012 Social Entrepreneurship

BSEO 2033 Managing the Natural Environment

BSEO 2034 Sustainability & Corporate Responsibility

BSEO 2317 Business Law

BSEO 2401 Business Ethics and Social Performance

BSEO 2409 Business and Politics

BSEO 2500 Commercializing Unive4sity Technologies
BSEO 2506 Competing in Emerging Economics

BSEO 2511 The Management of Strategic Alliances 1

BSEO 2525 Competitive Intelligence

BSEO 2528 Legal Environment of Business 1

BSEO 2531 Entrepreneurship and New Venture Initiation

BSEO 2538 Strategic Leadership

BSEO 2543 Acquisition and Divestment

BSPP 2060 Independent Study in Strategic Planning

BSPP 2111 Commercializing New Technologies

BSPP 2112 Leading Organizations to Innovative Smarter
BSPP 2328 The Business of Humanity

BSPP 2509 Strategic Management       

 

 

 

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