MBA (Flex)

Deadline to Apply for Fall Extended to July 1st - Visit us June 6th for our Open House
College of Management International Graduate Fellowship: Qualified international applicants with a submitted application for a master's degree program may be considered for a fellowship opportunity for Fall 2018. 


The Flex MBA provides a focused management curriculum of 12 courses, (36 credits); 10 Business Required Courses, and 2 Elective Courses. The program can be completed full-time or part-time, with classes that meet in the evenings, or fully online. Scheduling is highly flexible, with most classes meeting once per week. Students can join the program in the fall or spring semesters.


MBA Curriculum

(10) Required Business Courses 

Course Number  Course Name
MBA AF 601 Economics for Managers
MBA AF 610 Accounting for Managers
MBA AF 620 Financial Management
MBAMS 630 Statistical Analysis for Managers
MBAMS 635 Operations Management
MBAMS 640 Computer Information Systems
MBAMKT 670 Marketing Management
MBAMGT 650 Organizational Analysis and Skills
MBAMGT 660  Business and Its Environment
MBAMGT 689  Strategic Management

(2) Business Electives

(1st) Required Elective See the Course Catalog for course options.
View our Specialization options. 

(2nd) Required Elective

See the Course Catalog for course options.
View our Specialization options. 


Specializations: Students may choose to complete additional elective courses in order to focus their study in one of our specialization areas

Certificates: Students may choose to complete a certificate in one of five areas through additional course work. 

Course Substitutions: Upon review of admission materials to determine entry into the program, applicants transcripts will be reviewed to determine course equivalency and substitution eligibility. Substituted courses may apply to satisfy both the required course and also apply towards a specialization or certificate.


Learning Objectives

  1. Master communications, teamwork and leadership skills required for professional careers.
  2. Understand and integrate business disciplines to generate innovative solutions.
  3. Apply critical thinking and analytical competence to complex business problems.
  4. Incorporate diversity as well as regional and global awareness into business analysis.