You’re a born leader and ready to discover what’s possible in your career. A graduate education from Ottawa University can help you achieve your goals and reach new heights in executive leadership. In our Leadership Development MBA track, you’ll gain advanced leadership skills and the ability to think at an executive level. This 36-credit-hour Master in Business Administration program consists of eight required core courses and four courses designed specifically for those in the Leadership Development track:
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Organizational Behavior and Theory | BUS 7000 (3 credit hours)
Examines human behavior as it impacts the work organization. Includes theoretical foundations of motivation, group dynamics, leadership, decision-making, satisfaction and performance.
Value Systems and Professional Ethics | BUS 7200 (3 credit hours)
Study of personal and corporate value systems and decision making. Investigation of personal beliefs, purposes and attitudes, and their effects on self and others. Examines the ethical dimensions of organizational structures and practices.
One course from selected concentration.
Module 2 - Core Courses (15 credit hours)
Strategic Marketing | BUS 7450 (3 credit hours)
Covers the identification and selection of marketing opportunities, target markets and design, and implementation and evaluation of marketing programs.
Managerial Economics | BUS 7500 (3 credit hours)
Application of economic theory to managerial. Emphasis on both quantitative and qualitative application of microeconomic principles to business analysis.
Managerial Finance | BUS 7600 (3 credit hours)
Application of the theories and tools used in financial decision making. Topics include present value and capital budgeting, financial analysis and forecasting, market efficiency and capital structure.
Management Information Systems | BUS 7700 (3 credit hours)
Examines the use of computer information systems in business organizations with emphasis on how information technology supports business functions and aids managerial decision-making. Explores current trends and emerging technologies.
Management Accounting | BUS 7800 (3 credit hours)
Explore use and application of accounting information for planning, control and decision making. Topics include: cost analysis and allocation, budgeting and behavioral aspects of accounting systems.
Graduate Seminar: Business Policies and Strategy | BUS 8500 (3 credit hours)
Capstone course in which participants develop a major case study of business administration issues, programs and policies in a current organization. Draws from and utilizes concepts, theories, and skills developed in previous courses.
Two courses from selected concentration.