A concentration is a depth of study in an area of business, typically in one of the business functions, beyond that which is covered in the Foundation Requirement. MBA students may fulfill the Depth Requirement by taking three concentrations of at least 6 credits each. With the prior approval of the MBA program director, MGT 5980 Internship (2 credits) may apply to any concentration according to the subject of the internship
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A concentration may be taken from any of the Specialization areas. Other concentrations include the following:

Concentration Courses in Marketing

  • MGT 5730 Advertising (2–4 credits)
  • MGT 5740 Marketing Research (4 credits)
  • MGT 5750 Internet Marketing (2–4 credits)
  • MGT 5751 Analytics for Internet Marketing (2–4 credits)
  • MGT 5861 Online Business Analytics (2–4 credits)

Concentration Courses in Human Resource Management

  • MGT 5830 Mediation and Negotiation (2-4 credits)
  • MGT 5010 Organizational Change for Sustainability (2-4 credits)
  • MGT 5550 Human Resource Development (2–4 credits)
  • MGT 5350 Needs Analysis and Program Evaluation (4 credits)
  • MGT 5810 Employment Law (1-4 credits)
  • MGT 5551 TM Program Teacher Training (2-4 credits — may be repeated for credit)
  • MGT 5660 Human Resource Strategy (2-4 credits)

Concentration Courses in Financial Management

  • MGT 5310 Sustainable Technologies (2 credits)
  • MGT 5510 Corporate Finance (2-4 credits)
  • MGT 5620 International Finance (2-4 credits)
  • MGT 5681 Socially Responsible Investing (2-4 credits)MGT 5682 Green Investing (2 credits)

Concentration Courses in International Business

  • MGT 5290 Logistics and Supply Chain Management (1-4 credits)
  • MGT 5620 International Finance (2-4 credits)
  • MGT 5690 International Business (2-4 credits)
  • MGT 5790 International Marketing (2-4 credits)
  • MGT 5830 Mediation and Negotiation (2-4 credits)
  • MGT 5859 US and International Accounting Practices (2-4 credits)