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College of Business MBA Program

MBA Course of Study

The MBA and MBA with Energy Management Concentration programs are accelerated 16-month programs comprised of 47 credit hours of coursework. The Energy MBA is a 21-month program comprised of 59 credit hours of coursework. The program is sequential and lock-step.


Students will be required to take a pre-term assessment to determine their proficiency in quantitatively-based subjects. Deficiencies in these subject areas will require completion of a short foundational course (approximately 20 hours of time required to complete each course). Addressing potential deficiencies prior to beginning the MBA core curriculum will ensure that all students are equipped for success in their subsequent studies.

Students will also participate in a one to two week teambuilding seminar prior to the start of their fall coursework

Fall 1 (16 credit hours):

  • Financial Accounting (3 credit hours)

  • Business Research Methods (3 credit hours)

  • Managerial Economics I (1 credit hour)

  • Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management (3 credit hours)

  • Decision Making (3 credit hours)

  • Professional Development I (0 credit hour)

  • Decision Modeling (3 credit hours)

Spring (16 credit hours):

  • Financial Management (3 credit hours)

  • Marketing Management (3 credit hours)

  • Entrepreneurial Management (3 credit hours)

  • MBA Operations Management (3 credit hours)

  • MBA Managerial Accounting (3 credit hours)

  • Professional Development II (0 credit hours)

  • Managerial Economics II (1 credit hour)

Summer (3 credit hours):

Students will participate in Experiential Learning Projects administered from the UW campus. Students will have access to COB facilities to perform analysis and develop recommendations, although it is expected that the students will spend substantial amounts of time on site at the sponsoring clients' facilities. More about previous projects can be found here.

Fall 2 (12 credit hours):

  • Sustainable Management Strategy (Capstone) (3 credit hours)

  • 9 credit hours of additional course work based on the track being perused.

Spring 2, Energy MBA only (12 credit hours):

  • 12 credit hours of energy courses.


MBA Graduate
Peter Shumway, MBA  graduate

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