MBA Experiential Entrepreneur

Fall 2016

Degree: Master of Business Administration
Major: Business Administration
Concentration: Experiential Business and Entrepreneurship

Core Courses - 24 Hours:

ACCT 5370 - Managerial Accounting

BUAL 5380 - Managerial Decision Making

ECON 5370 - Managerial Economics

FINC 5310 - Financial Management

MGMT 5340 - International Business

MGMT 5380 - Strategic Management

MISY 5340 - ERP Overview

MKTG 5310 - Marketing Management

Experiential Business & Entrepreneurship Concentration Courses - 12 Hours from:

MGMT 5310 - Entrepreneurship Strategy

MGMT 5311 - Concepts and Applications for New Ventures

MGMT 5320 - Healthcare Entrepreneurship

MGMT 5390 - Special Topics in Management

up to 3 hours from:

  • BULW 5320 - Leadership and Negotiation
  • BULW 5330 - Employment Law
  • MGMT 5312 - Personal Leadership
  • MGMT 5313 - Team Leadership
  • MGMT 5315 - Strategic Leadership
  • MGMT 5316 - Performance Leadership
  • MGMT 5360 - Human Resource Management

Leveling Courses* - 12 Hours

ACCT 5315 - Financial & Managerial Accounting Foundations

BULW 5300 - Legal Environment of Business

ECON 5300 - Foundation of Microeconomics

FINC 5300 - Foundations of Finance

BCOM 5300** - Administrative Communications

BUAL 2310# - Business Analysis I

MGMT 3310# - Principles of Organizational Behavior and Management

* Leveling courses may not be required for students who have taken the undergraduate level or graduate level equivalent and earned a C or better.

** Required for students who take an English Proficiency exam prior to admission to LU

# The MBA director may require when the student's academic backgrounds in business administration, GPA or work experience are limited.

Hours

36 hours (more if leveling courses are needed)