Color Key
## Core Courses
## Specialization Courses
## Elective Courses


Year One Curriculum

Fall Semester Spring Semester
231-704 Data to Decisions 2 231-765 Ethics, Society and Integrity 1
232-765 Financial Accounting 2 231-765 ICA Course
1
233-700 Intro to Financial Management 2 236-765 Business Strategy 2
236-706 Leading and Working in Teams 1 238-765 Economics for Managers 2
238-765
Operations Management
2 236-765
HR Capstone
3
237-765 Marketing Management 2 236-612 Labor-Management Relations
3
236-705 Strategic Human
Resource Mgmt
3



Semester Credits
14 Semester Credits 12

Year Two Curriculum

Fall Semester Spring Semester
236-610 Compensation: Theory & Admin 3 236-611 Personnel Staffing and Evaluation
3
236-628
or
236-728
Negotiations* (either semester)
or Elective** 
3
236-628
or
236-728
Negotiations* (either semester)
or Elective** 
3
238-758 Managing Tech & Org Change 3 236-765
HR Capstone 3
Elective** 3 236-765
People Analytics 3
Elective** 2-3 Elective** 2-3

Semester Credits 12-15*** Semester Credits

12-15***
Total Minimum Credits: 52-56

*236-628 or 236-728: Negotiations is required and may be taken in either semester of the second year.
**Electives level 300-599 require approval from the Academic Director.
*** Year Two students must take at least 14 credits in one of the two semesters so that the 52-credit minimum is reached.

Suggested Courses:

ACCT 710:  Managerial Accounting

ECON 521:  Game Theory

ECON 750:  Labor Economics

FIN 750:  Mergers and Acquisitions

GB 806:  Panel Data Analysis (need Stat 849, Econ 709 or cons instructor)

INFO SYS 722:  Computer-based Data Management

I SY E 653:  Organization and Job Design

LAW 765:  Equal Employment Law

MHR 729:  Behavioral Decision Making

MHR 365/765:  Diversity in Organizations

MKT 705:  Consumer Behavior

MKT 715:  Marketing Communications

OTM 442:  Database Management & Applications

OTM 765:  Topics (Project Management)

OTM 770:  Sustainable Approaches to System Improvement

OTM 784:  Project Management Essentials (does not count toward degree requirements)

RMI 620:  Employee Benefits Management

RMI 650:  Sustainability, Environmental, and Social Risk Management

RMI 660:  Risk Analytics and Behavioral Econ

STAT 327:  Intro to Data Analysis with R

Other Courses Taken by Recent Students:

COM ARTS 577:  Dynamics of Online Relationships

CNSR SCI 477:  The Consumer and the Market

ELPA 848:  Pro Develop & Organization Learning

FIN 445:  Multinational Business Finance

FIN 726:  Valuation & Corp Investment Decisions

FIN 745:  Multinational Bus Finance

GB 701:  Managing Legal Environment

IB 765:  International Trip

LSC COM 660:  Data Analysis-Comm Research

MHR 710:  Challenges and Solutions in Business Sustainability

MHR 715:  Strategic Management of Innovation

MHR 722:  Entrepreneurial Management

MHR 734:  Venture Creation

MHR 738:  Weinert Applied Venture in Entrepreneurship

MHR 765:  Arts Enterprise: Art as Business as Art

MHR 835:  Research Methods-Management I

MHR 872:  Seminar-Org Behavior

MHR 799:  Reading & Research Management

MKT 725:  Marketing Channels

MKT 765:  The Brandwoven Experience

OTM 765:  Healthcare Operations Management

POP HLTH 848:  Health Economics

PUB AFFR 878:  Public Management

URB RPL 721:  Methods-Planning Analysis