Your graduate business degree empowers you to become an effective leader with global vision and awareness. Choose the standard specialization to emphasize the human side of leadership. The standard specialization will further enhance your skills and prepare you for a larger range of responsibility. Your specialization may require prerequisite course work. Please talk to your advisor for more information.
Specialization for Graduate Degrees
A standard specialization in your degree program allows you to keep a broad perspective while considering additional key factors such as social change, strategy, and management. This standard graduate specialization consists of three (3), three (3) credit courses.
Degrees Offering the
BUS 616 International Business
This course studies the major functional business areas in a global context. Taking into consideration socio-political structural differences, the multinational corporation is investigated with applications in management, finance, marketing and operations.
BUS 690 Business Strategy
This course explores the formulation, implementation, and evaluation/control of organizational strategic management. In the context of a globally competitive market, students will explore methods of directing an entire organization through applied case analysis. Topics include analysis of competitive position, value creation, development of system-wide goals and objectives, and creation of a strategic plan. This course is cumulative in nature, integrating knowledge and information attained while completing the entire MBA curriculum. Additionally, the course project requires the generation and presentation of an industry analysis.
INF 620 Management of Information Systems
This course introduces the fundamentals of computer systems, the role of information processing in the business environment, and provides a basic overview of essential computer software. The course also provides an overview of systems development, operating systems and programming, database management, networking, and telecommunications all from a management perspective.