The Seidman MBA curriculum balances hands-on experience with solid business theory and principles. A faculty-driven emphasis on applied research and participation in working groups fosters an environment where you develop your ability to creatively solve problems, to innovate, to persuade, and to advocate ideas.
The Seidman MBA program is 33 credits, consisting primarily of an extensive and comprehensive core. The focus is applied, specific and practical.
Core (28.5 Credits)
ACC 611 Contemporary Managerial Accounting 3 credits
BUS 610 Management Information Systems & Org. Processes 3 credits
BUS 631 Leadership and Organizational Dynamics 3 credits
BUS 671 Global Competitiveness 3 credits
BUS 677 Ethical Problems & Perspectives 1.5 credits
BUS 681 Strategy 3 credits
ECO 641 Business Economics and Strategy 3 credits
FIN 621 Financial Policy for Managers 3 credits
MGT 660 Operations and Supply Chain Management 3 credits
MKT 651 Marketing Management 3 credits
Seidman MBA candidates also complete three other ELECTIVES to maximize personal and professional development, choosing from engaging and challenging graduate-level courses available at Grand Valley State University in the areas of accounting, economics, finance, management, and marketing.
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