Major: General Business
Concentration: Logistics
Degree: Master of Business Admin.
Prerequisites (12 credits)
Students must complete program prerequisites before enrolling in 6000-level coursework.
BUL3130 Legal Environment of Business (3 Credits)
ECO5115 Introduction Economic Analysis (3 Credits)
FIN5405 Essentials of Managerial Finan (3 Credits)
MAN5036 Fundamental Mgmt/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
MAN6501 Modeling/Management Operations (3 Credits)
MAN6726 Advanced Strategic Management (3 Credits)
Concentration Requirements (9 credits)
Students must make a "B" or better in all concentration classes.
TRA6157 Supply Chain Management (3 Credits)
Must take this course (Normally offered spring)
SELECT any one of the following
  • TRA6216 Strategic Logistics Management (normally offered Fall)
  • TRA6725 International Logistics
SELECT any one of the following
  • ACG6309 Advanced Managerial Accounting Theory (students requiring this course in their core may not count it twice in their program)
  • MAN6581 (formerly MAN6026) Project Management
  • MAN6559 Quantitative Management Analysis
  • MAR6206 Marketing Channel Systems
  • MAR6726 Marketing on the Internet: Strategies and Programs
  • TRA6905 Directed Individual Study