Curriculum

Curriculum

Curriculum

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World Class Education

Three students listen to a lectureThrough 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.

Evening MBA Curriculum at a Glance

Orientation

Your Big Plans

Two students working together Great careers begin with a great plan. At your Texas MBA orientation, you’ll begin mapping out your two-and-a-half-year journey, including being teamed with your cohort—a group of your classmates with whom you’ll study and learn. Orientation will be your first opportunity to connect with your faculty, peers, and the greater UT Austin community. (It’s also a great time to buy a burnt orange shirt or two.)

Year One

Three Semesters of Insights

A smiling student Each year in the Texas Evening MBA Program follows a simple, three-part Spring-Summer-Fall schedule. And each semester, you will be introduced to a new set of classes. All courses are per-arranged and sequenced to ensure a well-rounded and challenging general management curriculum.

Spring: Business Integrity; Financial Accounting; Statistics; Financial Management
Summer: Managerial Microeconomics; Strategic Innovation & Entrepreneurship
Fall: Leading People & Organizations; Valuation; Marketing Management; Business Analytics & Decision Modeling

Year Two

Diving Deep, Looking Ahead

A student concentratesAs you’d guess, your second year curriculum grows more sophisticated. Building on your growing expertise, you will begin to incorporate more advanced theories and practices in your education. The second year in the Texas Evening MBA Program is about transforming you from knowledgeable student to business expert.

Spring: Analytics & Applications in Marketing; Strategic Management; Financial Statement Analysis; Operations Management
Summer: Managerial Macroeconomics; Directed Studies in Global Management
Fall: Legal Environment of Business; Corporate Finance & Financial Markets; Managerial Accounting

Spring Toward Graduation

The Final Semester

A student with folded fingers concentrates Your seventh and final semester has been designed to launch you confidently toward graduation and the advances in your career that await. Your world-class MBA faculty will equip you with the advanced strategies you’ll use to turn your newfound business expertise into real, lasting impact once you leave campus.

Spring (Final Semester): Leading for Impact; Topics in Strategic Marketing; Art & Science of Negotiations; Strategies for a Networked Economy

Hands on Experience

Evening MBA Hands on Experience
The classroom is only one of the many venues in which you will find yourself learning, growing, and applying your skills. As a Texas MBA, you will have access to exclusive events, panels, speakers, and a multitude of other opportunities for gaining insight, honing expertise, and building your network.

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Class Schedules

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The Texas Evening MBA meets for class on Monday & Tuesday evenings from 6:00pm - 9:15pm.

Class of 2017 Program Calendar

Class of 2018 Program Calendar

Class of 2019 Program Calendar

Class of 2020 Program Calendar