Customizable Schedule

 

Our nine-course core curriculum provides the fundamental knowledge base you need

While you must take all of the core courses in your first year, you do have choices about how you sequence some of them. This is designed to help you meet your individual career goals. While your summer internship may seem far off, the recruiting process will shift into full swing at the very start of the winter quarter, and this flexibility will help you be prepared.

MBA Schedule

= Represents choice in sequencing
= Represents fixed classes taken in the designated quarter
= Electives
Orientation Fall Quarter Winter Quarter Spring Quarter
Leadership Foundations
MGMT 414A
Marketing Management
MGMT 411
or
Foundations of Finance
MGMT 408
Marketing Management
MGMT 411
or
Foundations of Finance
MGMT 408
Communication for Leaders
MGMT 421
Data & Decisions
MGMT 402
Financial Accounting
MGMT 403
Operations Technology Management
MGMT 410
Elective

Organizational Behavior
MGMT 409
Managerial Economics
MGMT 405
Business Strategy
MGMT 420
Elective

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= Represents fixed classes taken in the designated quarter
= Electives
Fall Quarter Winter Quarter Spring Quarter
AMR AMR AMR
Elective Elective Elective
Elective Elective Elective
Elective Elective Elective

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Second-Year Schedule

 
When you return for your second year of study, your academic schedule is 100 percent your own design. Your focus is on the elective courses of your choosing. You also complete your Applied Management Research project. The AMR is the two-quarter capstone experience that synthesizes everything you've learned in the classroom and challenges you to apply it in a real-world business setting. You may choose to conduct your AMR in the fall and winter quarters or in winter and spring quarters, according to your preference. For more information on how our signature practical learning experience works, please consult the AMR overview page.
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Applied Management Research
AMR OVERVIEW