University of Colorado Colorado Springs: College of Business

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Distance MBA (online) Long Range Schedule

TENTATIVE COURSE SCHEDULE
Through Summer 2015

Foundation/preparatory and Core courses are offered twice a year with the exception of BUAD 6590, which is offered every semester.  Areas of Emphasis and Elective courses are offered once a year through Summer 2015.

Prerequisites are strictly enforced. Registering for a class for which you are not eligible will result in your being asked to withdraw or being administratively canceled.

COURSE #

COURSE NAME

FALL

SPRING

SUMMER

ACCT 5590
(campus - ACCT 5500)

Introduction to Accounting (F)
A working knowledge of Excel is required

X

X

ACCT 6190
(campus - ACCT 6100)

Accounting for Decision Making (C)
Prereqs: ACCT 5590
A working knowledge of Excel is required

X

X

 

 

BUAD 5590
(campus - BUAD 5500)

Fundamentals of Economics (F)

X

 

X

BUAD 5690
(campus - BUAD 5600)

Business, Government and Society (F)

 

X

X

BUAD 6490
(campus - BUAD 6710)

Transforming Technology Organizations and Employees (A)(E)

X

 

 

BUAD 6590
(campus - BUAD 6500)

Strategic Management (C)
Prereqs: All foundation and core courses

X

X

X

BUAD 6690
(campus - BUAD 6610)

Managing Innovation for Strategic Advantage (A)(E)

X

 

 

BUAD 6790
(campus - BUAD 6700)

Service Management

 

X

 

BUAD 6890
(campus - BUAD 6800)

Entrepreneurship and New Ventures

 

X

 

FNCE 6090
(campus - FNCE 6000)

Corporate Financial Management (C)
Prereqs: ACCT 5590, BUAD 5590 and QUAN 5590.

X

X

 

FNCE 6290
(campus - FNCE 6200)

Investment Management and Analysis (A)(E)
Prereq: FNCE 6090

 

X

 

FNCE 6490
(campus - FNCE 6400)

International Financial Management (A)(E)
Prereq: FNCE 6090

X

 

 

FNCE 6590
(campus - FNCE 6500)

Managerial Economics and the Business Cycle (A)(E)
Prereq: FNCE 6090

 

 

X

HCAD 6190

Health Care Administration (A)(E)

 

X

 

HCAD 6290

Health Care Policy (A)(E)

 

 

X

HCAD 6390

Health Care Ethics and Law (A)(E)

X

 

 

HCAD 6490

Health Care Budget and Finance (A)(E)
Recommend FNCE 6090 prior to taking this class

 

X

 

INFS 6090
(campus - INFS 6000)

Information Systems (C)
Students will need to have access to, and be able to use Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Access for this course.

 

X

X

INTB 6190
(campus - INTB 6100)

Managing in Global Markets (A)(E)

 

 

X

INTB 6990

Regional Business Environment - Europe (A)(E)
Prereq: Instructor approval

 

X

X

INTB 6991

Regional Business Environment - Asia (A)(E)
Prereq: Instructor approval

Summer or fall depending on timing of trip

Summer or fall depending on timing of trip  

MGMT 6090
(campus - MGMT 6000)

Leading and Managing in Changing Times (C)

 

X

X

 

MGMT 6290
(campus - MGMT 6200)

Managing Organization, Development, Change, and Transformation (A)(E)
Prereq:  MGMT 6090

 

 

X

MGMT 6390
(campus - MGMT 6300)

Managing Human Resources for Competitive Advantage (A)(E)

X

 

 

MKTG 6090
(campus - MKTG 6000)

Marketing Strategy (C)

X

 

X

MKTG 6390
(campus - MKTG 6300)

Business Analytics (formerly Marketing Research) (A)(E)
Prereqs:  QUAN 5590 and MKTG 6090 or OPTM 6090

X

 

 

MKTG 6590
(campus - MKTG 6500)

Integrated Marketing Communication (A)(E)
Prereq:  MKTG 6090

 

 

X

MKTG 6990
(campus - MKTG 6900)

International Marketing and Export Management (A)(E)
Prereq: MKTG 6090

 

X

 

OPTM 6090
(campus - OPTM 6000)

Operations: Competing through Capabilities (C)
Prereqs: ACCT 5590 and QUAN 5590

X

X

 

OPTM 6390
(campus - OPTM 6300)

Managing Projects for Competitive Advantage (A)(E)
Prereqs: ACCT 5590 and QUAN 5590

 

X

 

OPTM 6490

Virtual Team Skills for Project Management
(formerly Organizational Skills for Project Management) (A)(E)
Prereq: Any 6000 level MBA course, or Instructor's permission

X

 

 

 

OPTM 6590

Project Estimation and Risk Management (A)(E)
Prereq: OPTM 63900

X

 

 

OPTM 6690

Bridging Strategy and Tactics in Project Management  (A)(E)
Prereq: OPTM 6390

 

X

 

QUAN 5590
(campus - QUAN 5500)

Fundamentals of Business Statistics (F)

X

X

 

  • Course offerings are subject to the availability of faculty.
  • Courses with less than 20 students are subject to cancellation.
  • We will make every effort to offer these classes according to this matrix.
  • If student enrollments exceed class limits we will make every effort to offer the class in the following semester.

(C) Core course  (E) Elective course  (F) Foundation/preparatory course  (A) Area of Emphasis

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