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MBA Program Courses & Tuition
Master of Business Administration <br />

Master of Business Administration

Business Administration

MBA Coursework

We've designed the coursework in our MBA degree program to equip you with the core competencies you need to make an impact in the business world.

Click on a course name below for its full description.

Accounting and Finance: Managerial Use and Analysis

Applied Managerial Statistics

Leadership and Organizational Behavior

Managerial Applications of Information Technology

Marketing Management

Managerial Finance

Managerial Accounting

Legal, Political and Ethical Dimensions of Business

Business Economics

Business Planning Seminar

Accounting and Finance: Managerial Use and Analysis
ACCT504 – 3 credit hours
This course introduces core accounting and finance concepts, as well as tools used to summarize the accounting of business transactions into statements. Students use these tools to diagnose and document an organization's fiscal health, as well as examine financial analyses and statements for management control, decision-making and reporting.
Applied Managerial Statistics
MATH533 – 3 credit hours
Applied Managerial Statistics stresses practical use of statistics in collecting, organizing, analyzing, interpreting and presenting data. Both descriptive and inferential techniques are covered.
Leadership and Organizational Behavior
MGMT591 – 3 credit hours
This course examines inter- and intrapersonal dynamics as they affect achievement of corporate goals. Topics include theories of organizational behavior concepts and applications, including motivation, group dynamics, organizational communication processes, leadership, power, authority, team building and organizational development. Managing change in a complex domestic and international environment is also emphasized. Students are provided with a solid foundation for examining organizational behavior in a systematic manner.
Managerial Applications of Information Technology
MIS535 – 3 credit hours
This course introduces structures, applications and management of corporate information systems. Coursework investigates how technology is changing the way we conduct communication, make decisions, manage people and improve business processes, as well as how it adds value to business. Students access the Internet to gather and use information, and analyze business decisions using decision support tools.
Marketing Management
MKTG522 – 3 credit hours
Marketing Management presents a structured approach to understanding and managing the marketing function. Each student chooses a product or service and develops a written marketing plan to learn how to determine and integrate elements of a marketing strategy. Topics include market segmentation, targeting, positioning and research; product decisions; pricing; channels of distribution; sales management; advertising; new product development; and marketing budgets. Special attention is given to applied business research and to the roles international and ethical considerations play in making marketing decisions.
Managerial Finance
FIN515 – 3 credit hours
Managerial Finance teaches students financial concepts and tools needed for effective business planning. Topics, discussed from a practitioner viewpoint, include formation of interest rates, income taxes, working capital management, cost of capital, financial forecasting, external sources of capital, capital structure, company valuation and bankruptcy.
Managerial Accounting
ACCT505 – 3 credit hours
Managerial Accounting focuses on developing, interpreting and applying accounting information for managerial decision-making. The course stresses using financial information within organizations for understanding and analyzing activities and operations. Students learn linkages between accounting information and management planning through cost analysis (including activity-based costing), operational and capital budgeting, and performance measurement.
Legal, Political and Ethical Dimensions of Business
MGMT520 – 3 credit hours
This course introduces students to the legal, political and regulatory controls that define, promote and limit business practice opportunities. Fundamental interactions of law, politics, ethics and corporate social responsibility are emphasized. Topics include business and the legal system; foundations of business ethics; the constitution and business; regulatory and administrative agencies; regulation of private business conduct; the employer-employee relationship; formation and performance of contracts; ownership and control of business; antitrust, trade practices and consumer protection; land use and environmental protection; and the legal environment of international business.
Business Economics
ECON545 – 3 credit hours
Business Economics provides a basic understanding of managerial economics and the impact of the economic environment on business decision-making. The course develops micro- and macroeconomic topics, with particular emphasis on marginal analysis, and supply and demand considerations.
Business Planning Seminar
MGMT600 – 3 credit hours
In this culminating course, MBA students work in teams to formulate, research and develop a written business plan for a start-up venture. The plan comprises sections on management, marketing, operations and financing, including five-year financial projections for the new business. In addition to preparing the written project, each team makes a formal presentation of the plan to the professor, the class and a panel of business professionals. Because preparing the plan involves reviewing and integrating concepts and skills developed in previous coursework, students are encouraged to complete as many courses as possible prior to enrolling in this course.

Capstone Course: Business Planning Seminar

The Capstone Course is a culmination of your prior MBA coursework and is often taken toward the end of your program. It gives you the opportunity to utilize the hard-earned knowledge and skills you've developed as a Keller student in a real-world setting, whether that's at your current workplace or by developing and implementing a business plan. Each year, the most outstanding and successful Capstone Project in its category is recognized with an achievement award.

Elective courses (18 credit hours)

You can focus your Master of Business Administration with a concentration in one of the 17 specific areas and take a mix of electives (6 credit hours) and concentration courses (12 credit hours) that matches your career interests and goals. If you choose not to pursue a specific concentration, you can take all of your elective courses (18 credit hours) in a variety of career fields. Students may choose any electives for which they meet the prerequisites. Download the Academic Catalog below and view "Course Offerings" for a complete list of courses that could satisfy your elective requirements.

FINANCING OPTIONS

There are many scholarships and other financial aid options available for qualifying students that may help make your graduate education more affordable. Click one of the links below for more info.