UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls

Business Administration, MBA

Who Should Enroll

This program is for individuals who want to:

  • Develop essential skills to become a successful manager
  • Refine their decision making and communication skills
  • Expand their awareness of globalization and its implications for business managers
  • Understand the use of technology and information systems to support effective management practice

Key Features

  • Course content is directly related to developing skills that will make you a better, more effective manager
  • Course design and flexibility allows you to pursue your educational goals at your own speed in a program you can tailor to achieve your individual career objectives
  • The program assesses your current knowledge and competencies and awards credit for what you have already mastered
  • Courses are offered in a flexible manner making life easier for busy professionals
  • Forward-thinking themes such as globalization, uses of information technology and creative decision-making are integral parts of the curriculum

MBA Degree Requirements

Core Courses, 21 credits

MNGT 700 Organizational Theory and Behavior, 3 credits
MKTG 702 Strategic Marketing Management, 3 credits
MNGT 705 Operations Management, 3 credits
ECON 730 Managerial Statistics, 3 credits
FINC 732 Financial Management, 3 credits
ACCT 734 Managerial Accounting, 3 credits
MNGT 720 Strategy and Organizational Performance, 3 credits (capstone)

Elective Courses, 12 credits minimum or 4 courses

MNGT 701 Leadership and Ethics, 3 credits
MNGT 703 Human Resource Management, 3 credits
MNGT 704 Fundamentals of Business Law, 3 credits
ECON 731 Managerial Economics, 3 credits
MNGT 733 Leading Change, 3 credits
MNGT 737 Innovation and Design, 3 credits
MNGT 738 Practicum
MNGT 739 International Business, 3 credits
MNGT 742 Team Engagement, 3 credits

Admissions Requirements

To find out about admissions requirements and the application processes, visit the MBA program website.

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MBA program
College of Business and Economics

Leanne Van Allen, Director
Tina Kelly, Program Assistant

mbacbe@uwrf.edumail
715-425-3335
More information.