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Masters in Business Administration

42 Credits

The Graduate Program in Business Administration of the School of Business Administration offers a Master of Business Administration Degree with specializations in Human Resources Management, Management, and Accounting. The Metro Orlando/South Florida/Tampa campuses offer this major in human resources. The program offers an outstanding curriculum which prepares students to effectively and efficiently assume management responsibilities required by today’s organizations.

The academic experience in the program allows students to develop the necessary competencies in the area of Business Administration which will enable them to assume managerial and leadership positions in the public and private sectors. The program also contributes to the student’s formation as persons who are educated and skilled, capable of meeting personal and professional goals, and able and willing to assume social responsibility.

Program Objectives/ Outcomes:

Upon completion of this program students will have:

  • Advanced concepts in the different management areas, such as: accounting, marketing, production, statistics, finance, organizational behavior, management information systems, and others which will help him/her in the performance of administrative positions.
  • Skills in decision-making, planning, organization, supervision and managerial controls.
  • Conceptual, psychomotor and affective skills, related with the new managerial technology.
  • Written and verbal skills.
  • Attitudes, work habits and skills for interpersonal relations which guarantee personal and professional success.
  • Ethic and social conscience, such as to be a competent professional and exemplary citizen.
  • Skills in the research process and in the solution of administrative problems.
  • Communicate adequately in English and Spanish both orally and in writing.

ACCO 500-O Accounting Survey

MANA 501-O Organizational Behavior

ACCO 503-O Managerial and Financial Accounting

STAT 555-O Statistics for Managerial Decision Making

MARK 511-O Marketing Management

ECON 519-O Managerial Economics

FINA 503-O Corporate Finance I

MANA 720-O Operations and Production Management

MANA 600-O Business Policy and Ethics

MANA 715-O Supervision and Leadership

HURE 700-O Organizational Development and Design

HURE 730-O Compensation and Benefits Administration

HURE 710-O Human Resources Management

HURE 725-O Labor Legislation**

HURE 640-O Collective Bargaining

HURE 750-O Human Resources Seminar** (Mandatory Course)

HURE 720-O Training Design and Methodology

Select 1 course from those not selected from the list above

COIS 505-O Information Systems for Managers

FINA 620-O International Finance

FINA 670-O Risk and Insurance

FINA 630-O Investments

BUSI 605-O Business Research Methods

6 Workshops