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

Spring III

  • Art & Science of Negotiation
  • Leading for Impact
  • Strategies for a Networked Economy
  • Strategic Marketing

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