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|Summer||Fall A||Fall B||Winter A||Winter B|
|Legal and Ethical Environment of Business
|Applied Business Statistics and Analytics
|Positive Leadership and Organizing
|Cost Measurement & Control
|Evaluating Financial Performance
|Business Communication for Managers
|Recruiting Workshops||On-Campus Recruiting||Self-Directed Recruiting|
Once you're admitted, prepare for graduate-level coursework with online activities, assessments, and resources. These include professional development (career exploration, resume work, developing a narrative), analytical skills practice, (quantitative foundations), and problem-solving exercises.
Begin the program with a series of workshops that introduce you to the key functional areas of business. These are followed by core courses in finance, accounting, marketing, and business communications.
Continue to build your knowledge base with core courses in strategy, business statistics, economics, and organizations. Choose electives to deepen your expertise in one of the core business functions or to broaden your perspective on how business can benefit society.
Round out your degree with core courses in operations, business law, strategy, and cost accounting. Take electives to further explore core business functions or to enrich your perspective on the use of business in society. Integrate what you've learned throughout the year by applying to take part in an experiential consulting opportunity with a real business.
Deliver an innovative solution to a real-world problem facing a Fortune 500 company or community organization in this team-based challenge.
Gain professional experience in a real-world business environment in our groundbreaking Capstone MAP (BA 453) elective. Put the knowledge and business concepts you learn in the classroom to use as you work on a hands-on project for a real company or organization.
Understand business from a new perspective through a short-term global experience. Take a closer look at international business topics, like luxury brand management or global fintech, in a winter term course — then explore them abroad during your spring break.