Master of Business
Degree Requirements and Curriculum
The Mount Mary MBA provides in-depth skills and knowledge in the functional areas of business, emphasizing leadership, ethics and communication skills within a global environment. The Mount Mary MBA is 36-credit degree program.
College Algebra (or a comparable course deemed appropriate by the MBA Program Director) is an admission requirement and must be taken prior to enrolling in the Mount Mary MBA. Undergraduate coursework in accounting, finance, and statistics are program prerequisite requirements. These three undergraduate courses are offered in an accelerated format, and do not need to be completed before being admitted to and taking graduate courses. They must only be completed before taking the three advanced graduate level courses in these areas (i.e. BUS 640, BUS 670, and BUS 680).
- BUS 610: Managerial Communication
- BUS 615: Managing in a Global Environment
- BUS 620: Leadership
- BUS 625: Marketing Management
- BUS 630: Managerial Economics
- BUS 635: Information Technology for a Competitive Environment
- BUS 640: Accounting Analysis & Control
- BUS 650: Social & Ethical Environment of Business
- BUS 660: Competitive Operations Strategy
- BUS 670: Corporate Finance
- BUS 680: Quantitative Analysis
- BUS 750: Global Business Policy & Strategy
If a certain course is waived for a student, a substitute course requirement will be made in consultation with the Program Director. The following course(s) may be considered possible substitutes.
- BUS 733: Special Topics in Business Administration
- BUS 786: Independent Study
- BUS 790: Research
For more details on requirements for the Mount Mary MBA, please see the Graduate Bulletin.