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Course Planning Document

Convert old MBA curriculum to the new (fall 2013) curriculum


OLD MBA CURRICULUM Preprogram Competencies Algebra# OMIS 351# / Calculus# Prior Core: 46 units ACTG 300 ACTG 302 ECON 401 ECON 405 FNCE 451 FNCE 455 MGMT 501 MGMT 503 MGMT 505 MGMT 619 MKTG 551 MKTG 553 OMIS 353 OMIS 355 OMIS 357 IDIS 705
The final offering of the above listed Old MBA Curriculum courses will be the spring 2014 term.

NEW (FALL 2013) MBA CURRICULUM Units 0# 0# Units 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 46 Preprogram Competencies OMIS 351# / Calculus# Completed Units 0#

Completed

Completed

Enhanced Curriculum Core: 47 units ACTG 3100 & 3102

Completed

Units 6*

ECON 3400 & 3402

6*

FNCE 3452

MGMT 3500 & 3502 MGMT 3505 MGMT 3519 Strategic Analysis MKTG 3552

6* 3 4 4

OMIS 3350 & 3352 OMIS 3357 IDIS 3700 Effective Business Communication IDIS 3799 Navigating Change (taken in last term)
MGMT 3504 Innovation in Silicon Valley

6* 3 1 1 3 47 Units

Electives: 24 units

Completed

Units

Electives: 8 units

Completed

Required Concentration: 15 units

Completed

Units

Old Curriculum Totals 46 units of core + 24 units of electives = 70

Enhanced Curriculum Totals 47 units of core + 8 units of electives + 15 units for required concentration =

70

# Indicates a preprogram competency and does not count towards the units needed to earn the MBA degree * Six unit courses last two academic terms and are billed as three units per term Four unit courses last one term and are billed as four units in a single term Course descriptions and concentration requirements can be found at http://www.scu.edu/business/graduates/current-students

Questions? gbpsupportandrecords@scu.edu Please include your ID number.

Last printed 8/1/2013

Course Planning Document


Convert old MBA curriculum to the new (fall 2013) curriculum

Concentrations in the old MBA Curriculum Accounting Entrepreneurship Finance Food and Agriculture International Business Leading People and Organizations Managing Technology and Innovation Marketing Management Supply Chain Management

Concentrations in the new (Fall 2013) MBA Curriculum

Data Science and Business Analytics Digital Marketing and eCommerce Entrepreneurship and New Venture Creation Financial Planning and Controllership Finance, Corporate track Finance, Investments track International Business Leading Innovative Organizations
Managing Customer Relationships in Business & Tech Markets

Supply Chain Management is tentatively beginning in the 2014-2015 academic year Food and Agribusiness will be a specialization available in each of the above-listed concentrations. A concentration is optional in the old MBA curriculum. A concentration is required in the new MBA curriculum.

Course descriptions and concentration requirements can be found at http://www.scu.edu/business/graduates/current-students

Questions? gbpsupportandrecords@scu.edu Please include your ID number.

Last printed 8/1/2013