These requirements will apply to students enrolling at AU in the 2017-2018 academic year. Current students can find the requirements that apply to them by consulting the relevant academic catalog.
The MBA degree requires 36 semester hours: 21 semester hours of required core courses plus 15 semester hours from concentration courses, electives and/or special topics courses.
MBA Required Courses: 21 semester hours
|MBA6020||Marketing Management (3)|
|MBA6030||Leadership and Organizational Behavior (3)|
|MBA6045||Managerial Accounting (3)|
|MBA6050||Financial Management (3)|
|MBA6075||Operations Management (3)|
|MBA6090||Applied Business Research (3)|
|MBA6100||Strategic Management (3)|
MBA Elective Courses: 15 semester hours
15 semester hours required from concentration courses, electives, and/or special topics courses. If a student elects to pursue a concentration, a minimum of nine (9) semester hours is required within the chosen concentration. The remaining semester hours can be chosen from any other concentration or special topics courses.
MBA Concentration in Leadership
(Offered in Aurora, at the Woodstock Center, and through AU Online)
|MBA6560||Leadership of Not-for-Profit Organizations (3)|
|MBA6610||Leading Organizational Development (3)|
|MBA6620||Leading Strategically (3)|
|MBA6630||Leading Teams (3)|
|MBA6810||ST: Servant Leadership (3)|
Additional Elective Courses
|MBA6200||Human Resource Management (3)|
|MBA6500||Global Business Immersion (3)|
|MBA6520||Project Management Planning (3)|
|MBA6530||Project Management Execution (3)|
|MBA6540||Entrepreneurial Management (3)|
|MBA6810||Special Topics in Business|
A minimum of 30 semester hours of graduate credit must be earned at Aurora University to receive the MBA degree. A maximum of six semester hours of graduate credit may be transferred from an accredited college or university and applied to the requirements of this degree. Transfer credit must have been completed prior to the start of the your MBA experience with Aurora University. Any coursework submitted for transfer must be approved by the program faculty and the director.