Master of Business Administration in Management
The St. Thomas University Master of Business Administration degree is designed for students who are currently in, or plan to enter, responsible positions of management. The MBA program provides a balance between the quantitative and qualitative aspects of management and focuses on the needs of part-time students who may have special concerns because of their employment responsibilities. The MBA also provides an opportunity for full-time students to complete the degree program in as few as seven nine-week terms, i.e., less than 18 months.
- Management Consultant
- Business Manager
- Management Analyst
Preparatory Courses (Required if lacking a business undergraduate degree)
ACC 500 Fundamentals of Accounting (3)
BUS 724 Foundation for Business Studies (3)
BUS 532 Statistical Analysis for Management (3)
Core Courses *** – 24 credits
ACC 770* Managerial Accounting (3)
BUS 704 Policy, Planning and Strategy Systems (3**)
BUS 775 International Business (3)
BUS 750 Strategic Marketing Management (3)
FIN 751 Financial Management (3)
BUS 777 Data Analytics for Business (3)
MAN 700 Organizational Behavior (3)
MAN 510 Management Ethics (3)
* For the MBA in Accounting, students who have completed the undergraduate accounting major prerequisites should substitute a fourth course from the specialization for ACC 770.
ACC 770 requires either ACC 500 or an undergraduate degree in business.
BUS 775 and FIN 751 require BUS 724 or undergraduate degree in business.
BUS 777 BUS 532 or an undergraduate degree in business; it is recommended that Bus 532 be taken before or concurrently with BUS 750 if needed.
** Students should take this course in their final 1-3 (7 week) terms, after the core have been completed
Four of the following courses:
BUS 536 Entrepreneurship (3)
BUS 670 Advanced Operations Management (3)
BUS 795 International Management (3)
MAN 701 Organizational Design and Theory (3)
MAN 703 Human Resource Management (3)
MAN 767 Seminar 1: Issues in Management (3)
MAN 768 Seminar 2: Issues in Management (3)
BUS 789 Graduate Project (3)
BUS 792** Business Internship I (3)