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Evening MBA Curriculum

Distinctive Program Features

The primary goal of the Graduate Business MBA Program at Ursuline is to prepare students to become socially conscious managers and leaders from an ethical, values-based perspective.  The most distinguishing features of Ursuline’s concentration areas are the socially conscious approach and the integrated, cross-disciplinary design feature that focuses on the interrelationships across business areas. These features provide graduates of the program with a competitive career advantage in the field of leadership and management.

The evening MBA program is designed for the convenience and flexibility of working professionals.  Each course is delivered in 8-week sessions and courses take place one day per week (Beginning Fall, 2015).

Courses are offered in three formats: ground, hybrid, and online.

The Evening MBA program includes two concentration options:

1)   Management Concentration
Course Requirements and Recommended Sequence for Completing Each Course in the Program (36 credit hours)
MBA 501: Leadership Issues in Management
MBA 554: Integrated Project Management
MBA 561: Financial Reporting and Statement Analysis or MBA 511: Fundamentals of Financial Accounting
MBA 601: Marketing and E-Commerce or MBA 631: Global Marketing
MBA 602: Operations Management
MBA 611: Labor Relations and Compensation ; or MBA 633: Marketing Innovations; or MBA 632: Managing Creative People
MBA 612: Human Resource Strategy, Planning and Development; or MBA 603: International Business and Globalization
MBA 571: Managerial Accounting and Professional Ethics
MBA 664: Project Quality and Resource Management
MBA 665: Project Communications and Risk Management
MBA 666: Project Procurement and Professional Responsibilities
MBA 651: Strategic Management

2) Health Services Management
Course Requirements and Recommended Sequence for Completing Each Course in the Program (36 Credit Hours)
MBA 501: Leadership Issues in Management
MBA 512: Economics of Strategy
MBA 554: Integrated Project Management
MBA 561: Financial Reporting and Statement Analysis or MBA 511: Fundamentals of Financial Accounting
MBA 601: Marketing and E-Commerce or MBA 631: Global Marketing
MBA 602: Operations Management
MBA 571: Managerial Accounting and Professional Ethics 
MBA 562: Financial Management
MBA 641: Managing Health Service Organizations
MBA 642: Economics and Finance in Health Services Management
MBA 634/643: Ethical and Legal Issues in Business
MBA 651: Strategic Management

**This Concentration is no longer accepting applications.**

3) Marketing and Communications Management

Course Requirements and Recommended Sequence for Completing Each Course in the Program (36 Credit Hours)
MBA 501: Leadership Issues in Management
MBA 554: Integrated Project Management
MBA 512: Economics of Strategy
MBA 561: Financial Reporting and Statement Analysis or MBA 511: Fundamentals of Financial Accounting
MBA 601: Marketing and E-Commerce or MBA 631: Global Marketing
MBA 602: Operations Management
MBA 571: Managerial Accounting and Professional Ethics
MBA 562: Financial Management
MBA 632: Managing Creative People or MBA 633: Management and Marketing of Innovations
MBA 634/643: Ethical and Legal Issues in Business
MBA 635: Communication Strategies for a Global Marketplace or MBA 603: International Business and Globalization
MBA 651: Strategic Management

**This Concentration is no longer accepting applications.**

4) Financial Planning and Accounting

Course Requirements and Recommended Sequence for Completing Each Course in the Program (36 Credit Hours)
MBA 501: Leadership Issues in Management
MBA 554: Integrated Project Management or MBA 603: International Business and Globalization
MBA 561: Financial Reporting and Statement Analysis or MBA 511: Fundamentals of Financial Accouting
MBA 601: Marketing and E-Commerce: or MBA 631: Global Marketing 
MBA 602: Operations Management
MBA 571: Managerial Accounting and Professional Ethics
MBA 562: Financial Management or MBA 624: Investment Planning
MBA 621: Financial Planning:  Theory, Practice and Ethics
MBA 622: Employee Benefits and Retirement Planning
MBA 623: Risk Management and Insurance Planning
MBA 625: Tax Planning 
MBA 651: Strategic Management

Please contract the MBA Program Director for additional information about each program.