MBA Program: General Management Concentration

The general management concentration introduces students to various aspects of general management across various types of organizations, including corporate, health care, government agencies, and non-profit enterprises. The general management concentration trains for strategic analysis, development, execution and measurement of all business functions. Strategy and development courses are designated with an A and execution and measurement courses with a B.  Students may choose any combination of four A and B courses that fit student career stage and interest. 

Courses available in the General Management Concentration:

  • MBA 509 - Continuous Quality Improvement (B)
  • MBA New - Supply Chain Management (B)
  • MBA 515 - Comparative & International Management (A)
  • MBA 517 - Information Systems for Managers (B)
  • MBA 530 - Negotiation and Conflict Resolution (A)
  • MBA 538 - Organizational Change & Development: Opportunities for Human Resource Innovation  (A)
  • MBA 570 - Entrepreneurship (A)
  • MBA 574 - Project Management (B)
  • MBA 595 - Individual Research

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