Your second-year experience is all about choice. With only one required classes totaling 2 credits, year two is your opportunity to hone in on a specific concentration or construct a unique curriculum to serve your personal career goals.
Taken in the fall semester of the second year:
BNAD 596A: Topics in Business and Leadership: introduces participants to advanced topics in management and organizational leadership as well as current, relevant research from a range of disciplines and domains. Guest experts will share information, answer questions, and moderate class discussions in two- to four-hour seminars. 2 credits
Advanced consulting projects, independent studies, and electives allow you to complete your portfolio to ensure you achieve your career objectives. Electives can be taken as part of a concentration, functional specialization or as a stand-alone course.
The full-time Eller MBA program offers four concentrations, including courses in Finance, Management Information Systems, Marketing, and Entrepreneurship.
in addition to a concentration in a business discipline, students can add an industry Focus Area to gain a broad perspective of Sustainable Energy or Health Care Administration.
If you'd prefer to create your own unique focus, through concentrations and electives, you can create a functional specialization that meets your needs and interests. For example:
- Advanced Corporate Finance
- Applied Portfolio Management
- Valuation Modeling
- Entrepreneurial Finance
- Real Estate Finance
- Advanced Risk Management and Derivatives
- Database Management
- Enterprise Computing Environments
- Innovation, Change and Marketing Research
- Services Marketing Strategy
- Product Strategy
- Corporate Strategy
- Social Entrepreneurship
- New Venture Development
- New Venture Finance
- Human Resources Management
- International Management
- Global Economic Development