MBA | TEMBA

Curriculum

Throughout the 48 credit hours of coursework you will learn essential business skills and values such as a global and real-world managerial perspective, teamwork and leadership skills, cross-functional problem-solving abilities, business ethics, effective written and oral communications, risk and change management, human resources management, and personal presentation skills.

The courses outlined below are required of all Texas Evening MBA students. Because this is a lockstep, cohort-based program, all courses are pre-arranged and sequenced to ensure a well-rounded and challenging general management curriculum.

  • Spring I

    Financial Accounting

    Statistics

    Marketing Management

    Business Integrity

  • Summer I

    Managerial Microeconomics

    Entrepreneurship & Innovation

  • Fall I

    Financial Management

    Leading People & Organizations

    Business Analytics & Decision Modeling

    Valuation

  • Spring II

    Managerial Accounting

    Strategic Management

    Financial Statement Analysis

    Operations Management

  • Summer II

    Managerial Macroeconomics

    Directed Studies in Global Management

  • Fall II

    Business Law

    Advanced Financial Management

    Marketing Analytics and Applications

  • Spring III

    Art & Science of Negotiation

    Leading for Impact

    Strategies for a Networked Economy

    Special Topics in Marketing

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