Major: General Business
Degree: Master of Business Admin.
Prerequisites (15 credits)
Students must complete program prerequisites before enrolling in other MBA coursework.
ACG6005 Financial Accounting (3 Credits)
ECO6060 Economic Analysis (3 Credits)
FIN6407 Financial Management (3 Credits)
MAN6002 Cornerstones of Management (3 Credits)
MAR6055 Fundamentals of Marketing (3 Credits)
Group 1 (12 credits)
All four courses in Group 1 are required. **Accounting majors MUST substitute ACG6309 for ACG6305**
ACG6305 Management Accounting (3 Credits)
ECO6415 Making Decisions with Data (3 Credits)
ECP6705 Economics of Business Decision (3 Credits)
MAN6204 Organizational Theory (3 Credits)
Group 2 (9 credits)
All three courses in group 2 are required. **Accounting Majors should substitute ACG6405 for ISM6021 (if CPA credit is desired).
FIN6406 Advanced Financial Management (3 Credits)
ISM6021 Mgmt Information Technology (3 Credits)
MAR6805 Marketing Strategy (3 Credits)
Group 3 (6 credits)
Both Courses in group 3 are required. MAN6726 is a permission only course and must be taken in your final semester. Students must have a 3.0 graduate level GPA before enrolling MAN6726. Student must apply a minimum of one month before registering for MAN6726 for the final semester. Apply at www.unf.edu/coggin
MAN6501 Modeling/Management Operations (3 Credits)
MAN6726 Advanced Strategic Management (3 Credits)
Concentration Requirements (9 credits)
Student must make a "B" or better in all concentration classes. All students that concentrate in accounting must substitute ACG6309 for ACG6305 and should substitute ACG6405 for ISM6021 ***Pre-requisites are strictly enforced***
SELECT Option 1
**(for student with an undergrad degree in accounting)** ACG6805 - Advance Acctg Theory, ACG6645 - Auditing Theory and one 6000 level - ACG or TAX course. EXCLUDING TAX6726, ACG 6005 and ACG6305.
SELECT option 2
**(if student has an undergraduate degree OTHER THAN accounting)**ACG6805 - Advance Acctg Theory, TAX6105 - Taxation of Business Corps and ACG6645 - Auditing Theory.