Online MBA Courses and Degree Requirements

Emmanuel’s Master of Business Administration requires 36 credits (12 courses). A cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or higher is required for completion of this degree.

Courses for the MBA degree are offered fully online in seven-week sessions, which are conducted throughout the calendar year. Students have the option to pursue an MBA degree with a concentration in Human Resource Management or Research Administration.

  • ACCT5110 Financial Accounting
  • MGMT5110 Financial Management
  • MGMT5112 Business Law and Ethics
  • ACCT5112 Financial Statement Analysis
  • MGMT5114 Data Analysis and Statistical Methods
  • HRM5114 Human Resource Management
  • MKTG5110 Marketing Management
  • MGMT5116 Organizational Development and Leadership
  • ECON5110 Managerial Economics
  • MGMT5118 Operations and Supply Chain Management
  • MGMT5120 Managing Information Resources
  • MGMT5910 Organizational Strategy (Capstone)

Students may complete a concentration in Human Resource Management by completing the following courses:

  • HRM 5114 Human Resource Management
  • HRM 9032 Labor Relations and Employee Law
  • HRM 9034 Talent Acquisition and Management
  • HRM 9035 Total Rewards
  • MGMT 5112 Business Law and Managerial Ethics
  • ACCT 5110 Financial Accounting
  • MGMT 5110 Financial Management
  • MGMT 5114 Business Analytics for Data Consumers
  • MKTG 5110 Marketing Management
  • MGMT 5116 Org Behavior and Development
  • MGMT 5120 Managing Information Resources
  • MGMT 5910 Organizational Strategy

Students may complete a concentration in Research Administration by completing the following courses:

  • RAC 9010 Intro to Research Administration
  • RAC 9016 Compliance
  • RAC 9012 Financial Accounting for Sponsored Programs
  • RAC 9018 Financial Management for Sponsored Programs
  • RAC 9020 Contracts
  • ECON 5110 Managerial Economics
  • MGMT 5118 Operations and Supply Chain Management
  • MGMT 5114 Business Analytics for Data Consumers
  • MKTG 5110 Marketing Management
  • MGMT 5116 Org Behavior and Development
  • MGMT 5120 Managing Information Resources
  • MGMT 5910 Organizational Strategy

 

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