Texas Tech University

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

MBA Degree Plan

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An MBA program is designed to develop leaders with a broad business, economic and social perspective who are capable of managing change in dynamic envirnments.

The Texas Tech MBA program is a 48-hour degree program that begins with 15 hours of preparatory tool courses, followed by 18 hours of core curriculum, 12 hours of electives and a 3-hour capstone course to complete the integrated program.

Below is the list of classes I completed during my 16 months as a full-time student.

Fall 2009

  • MGT 5391: Strategic and Global Management
  • ACCT 5301: Financial and Managerial Accounting
  • ISQS 5343: Statistical Concepts for Business and Management
  • FIN 5219: Financial Management Tools
  • MKT 5360: Marketing Concepts and Strategies

Spring 2010

  • ISQS 5230: Managerial Decision Theory
  • ISQS 5231: Information Technology for Managers
  • FIN 5320: FInancial Management Concepts
  • BLAW 5290: Legal, Regulatory and Ethical Environment of Business
  • ISQS 5343: Operations Management and Management Science

Fall 2010

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