Master of Business Administration
CSC’s Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree is nationally accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).
Deliver a program designed for supervisory and mid-level managers which develops practices consistent with the adaptability required for high performance management.
Student Learning Outcomes
Students graduating with the MBA will be able to:
- Attain a career, career advancement, or entrance into an additional or advanced graduate program in business or a related field.
- Demonstrate critical thinking skills in the area of business.
- Effectively practice their profession upon graduation by integrating the core business functions.
The Department of Business will use a combination of instruments to measure the effectiveness of the learning outcomes for students in the MBA program. These instruments include but are not limited to:
- stakeholder surveys,
- internship data,
- course evaluations, and
- a culminating experience during the last semester of the student’s program.
Application for Admission
Individuals applying for admission into the MBA program at CSC shall meet the following entrance requirements:
- Application for admission to graduate study must be completed online on the CSC website.
- Applicants must possess an earned baccalaureate degree. Those having graduated from an unaccredited institution may be accepted conditionally, provided all other college and departmental requirements have been met.
- Students must submit to Admissions an official transcript from the college or university which issued bachelor’s degree and from any institutions attended afterwards, if applicable. (To be considered an official transcript, it must be sent directly to CSC from the college or university.) Transcripts from CSC need not be submitted.
- Admission may be determined by one of two methods:
- Acceptance: The student must have passed the MBA entrance exam at a minimum level established by the Business Department. (All MBA students will also be expected to complete a required exit exam prior to graduation.) OR
- Students who do not attain the minimum entrance exam score will be accepted for one (1) semester until they successfully complete the business leveling course at the minimum set by the department to satisfy the Common Professional Components. Please contact the Graduate Studies Office at firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information regarding the leveling course.
Listed below is the course work required by the Program:
Note: MBA students cannot have more than six credits of 500-level dual-listed courses in their degree program.
|ACTG 632||MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING||3|
|BIS 632||INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR MANAGERS||3|
|ECON 637||MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS||3|
|FIN 631||CORPORATE FINANCE||3|
|MGMT 620||HIGH PERFORMANCE LEADERSHIP||3|
|MGMT 630||ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR||3|
|MGMT 634||BUSINESS STRATEGY||3|
|MGMT 639||LEGAL AND SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS||3|
|MKTG 630||MARKETING MANAGEMENT||3|
|Select nine credits from the following: 1||9|
|GOVERNMENTAL AND NOT-FOR-PROFIT ACCOUNTING 2|
|ADVANCED COST MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING 2|
|ADVANCED FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 2|
|TOPICS IN ACCOUNTING|
|TOPICS IN BUSINESS|
|INTERNSHIP IN BUSINESS|
|TOPICS IN ECONOMICS|
|FINANCE FOR MANAGERS|
|TOPICS IN FINANCE|
|TOPICS IN MANAGEMENT|
|HUMAN CAPITAL MANAGEMENT|
|TOPICS IN MARKETING/ENTREPRENEURSHIP|
|ENTREPRENEURSHIP-NEW VENTURE CREATIONS|
Topics courses may be repeated for a total of nine credits with a change in emphasis.
Dual-listed course. Please see note above.