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The MBA degree is a professional graduate degree designed to provide a challenging educational experience for students who desire to assume positions of increasing responsibility in business, industry, and public service. Required courses are offered primarily in the evening to accommodate students who wish to further their professional development without terminating their employment.
The objective of the MBA Program is to provide students with a comprehensive exposure to Business Administration and its functional areas. The emphasis of the program is on decision making, problem solving, and understanding the role of business in society. It endeavors to improve and enhance the student’s management skills in business, industry and government. In addition, the program provides managerial proficiency for graduates with academic backgrounds other than business.
The goal of the MBA Program is to prepare students to meet the challenges inherent in a rapidly changing economic environment. The program provides an educational opportunity for students to enhance their knowledge and managerial skills, and to develop a global perspective essential in today’s marketplace.
Courses in the program cover management, marketing, accounting and finance and include the use of computers, statistics and quantitative methods as tools for analysis of business activities. The student examines human behavior in organizations, the communication process, and economic analysis and develops an understanding of managerial policy making and the social responsibilities of business.
Suggested Class Rotation Schedule - see Course Rotation to see when the classes will be held
In order to help plan your schedule, those courses only offered certain semesters have been marked. Courses designated with F or S mean
(F) =Fall Only, (S) =Spring Only. All other courses are typically offered both Fall and Spring Semesters. Most General Studies and Business Core Classes are also available during the Summer Session.
PLEASE READ: This suggested course of study is only a guide for the student in planning an individual program of study. It is not intended to replace the provisions of the official UNK catalog, or relieve the student of the responsibility to insure that all proper courses are completed in satisfaction of the degree program requirements. Completing fewer courses per semester than suggested will necessitate more courses in subsequent semesters, summer coursework, or enrolling for additional semesters. All students are required to meet with their academic advisor at least once each semester.
**Suggested Math/Business Statistics Sequence for Accounting & Finance Students
Students have varying Math backgrounds when they come to UNK as freshmen. Accounting and Finance students are required to take MATH 123 Applied Calculus (MATH 115 Calculus I with Analytical Geometry is also acceptable as a substitute for MATH 123). However, not all freshmen students are prepared to take a calculus class as their first math course. Most students will follow one of the following two sequences with regard to their Math and Business Statistics courses. Check with your advisor or the department chair if you have questions.
MATH 102 College Algebra Fall, Freshman Yr
MATH 123 Applied Calculus Spring, Freshman Yr
BMGT 233 Business Statistics Fall, Sophomore Yr
MATH 123 Applied Calculus Fall, Freshman Yr
BGMT 233 Business Statistics Spring, Freshman Yr
Math Placement Many students are not sure which math course they should start with in college. Below is a summary of the math placement guidelines for students. The Math Department also gives a placement exam if you are unsure of what course to begin with. Contact the Math Department at 865-8531.
MATH 123 Applied Calculus Have successfully completed MATH 102 College Algebra, or had an ACT Math score of 22 or higher, and 4 years of high school math, including 2 years of algebra, 1 year of geometry, and a senior level pre-calculus or calculus course.
MATH 102 College Algebra Have successfully completed MATH 101 Intermediate Algebra, or had an Act Math score of 20 or higher and have had at least 2 years of algebra in high school.
MATH 101 Have successfully completed MATH 090 Elementary Algebra, or had an ACT Math score of 17-19 and have had at least 1 year of Algebra in high school.
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