Business Administration, MBA—Evening/Part-Time Program

The flexibility of D'Amore-McKim's part-time MBA program allows students to complete their degree in as little as two or as long as seven years. Students can commit to courses just one night a week or accelerate their studies by taking multiple classes that fit individual schedules, including classes online and on Saturdays.

Beyond building a strong foundation of management and leadership skills, students can choose a concentration that meets their specific career objectives, such as marketing,corporate finance, investments, or supply chain management.

Earning an MBA from the D'Amore-McKim School of Business can help you build a strong peer-to-peer and alumni network to support you as an MBA student, in your current job, and throughout your career. Learn more about the student and alumni experience.

Complete all courses and requirements listed below unless otherwise indicated.

Required Courses

Accounting
ACCT 6200Financial Reporting and Managerial Decision Making 13
ACCT 6201Financial Reporting and Managerial Decision Making 21.5
Management
HRMG 6200Managing People and Organizations3
INTB 6200Managing the Global Enterprise3
MGSC 6204Managing Information Resources1.5
SCHM 6210Supply Chain Management3
Marketing
MKTG 6200Creating and Sustaining Customer Markets3
MECN 6200Global Competition and Market Dominance3
Analysis
FINA 6200Value Creation through Financial Decision Making3
MGSC 6200Information Analysis3
STRT 6200Strategic Decision Making in a Changing Environment3
Entrepreneurship
ENTR 6200Enterprise Growth and Innovation3
Electives
Note: students may opt to take an additional concentration in lieu of elective coursework 15-18

Concentration Options

This major requires a concentration. Complete one of the following concentrations:

Consult your college administrator for more information.

Concentration in Corporate Finance

Required Course Work
FINA 6205Financial Strategy3
FINA 6200Value Creation through Financial Decision Making3
Restricted Electives
Complete two of the following:6
International Finance Management
Investment Banking
Mergers and Acquisitions
Business Turnarounds
Valuation and Value Creation
Entrepreneurial Finance
Risk Management and Insurance
Entrepreneurial Finance, Innovation Valuation, and Private Equity

Concentration in Marketing

Required Course Work
MKTG 6200Creating and Sustaining Customer Markets3
Restricted Electives
Complete three of the following:9
Marketing Research
International Marketing
New Product Development
Market Focused Strategy
Marketing in Service Sector
Digital Marketing
Brand and Advertising Management
B2B and Strategic Sales
Consumer Behavior
Special Topics in Marketing

Concentration in Supply Chain Management

Restricted Electives
Complete three of the following:9
Logistics and Transportation Management
Executive Roundtable in Supply Chain Management
Managing Emerging Issues in Supply Chain Management
Global Supply Chain Strategy
Sourcing and Procurement
Supply Chain Analytics
Sustainability and Supply Chain Management
Managing Healthcare Supply Chain Operations
Demand Planning and Forecasting

Concentration in Healthcare Management

Required Course Work
HINF 5105The American Healthcare System3
STRT 6220Strategic Management for Healthcare Organizations3
HRMG 6220Health Organization Management3
Restricted Elective
Complete one of the following:3
Economic Perspectives on Health Policy
Evaluating Healthcare Quality
Introduction to Health Informatics and Health Information Systems
Managing Healthcare Supply Chain Operations

Concentration in Investments

Required Course Work
FINA 6200Value Creation through Financial Decision Making3
FINA 6203Investment Analysis3
Restricted Electives
Complete two of the following:6
Financial Risk Management
Fixed Income Securities and Risk
Investment Banking
Real Estate Finance and Investment
Personal Financial Planning
Portfolio Management
Risk Management and Insurance
Advanced Topics in Finance

Concentration in Corporate Renewal

Required Course Work
FINA 6200Value Creation through Financial Decision Making3
Restricted Electives
Complete three of the following:9
Social Enterprise
Intellectual Property and Other Legal Aspects of Business and Innovation
Business Turnarounds
Valuation and Value Creation
Creating an Innovative Organization
Leadership
Great Companies
Law for Managers and Entrepreneurs
Negotiations
Market Focused Strategy

Concentration in International Business

Required Course Work
INTB 6200Managing the Global Enterprise3
INTB 6212Cultural Aspects of International Business3
Restricted Electives
Complete two of the following:6
Corporate Entrepreneurship through Global Growth, Acquisitions, and Alliances
International Finance Management
Creating Sustainable Competitive Advantage through Global Innovation
Becoming a Global Leader
International Field Study
Doing Business in Emerging Markets
International Marketing
Global Supply Chain Strategy

Concentration in Entrepreneurship

Required Course Work
ENTR 6200Enterprise Growth and Innovation3
Restricted Electives
Complete three of the following:9
Business Planning for New Ventures
Social Enterprise
Business Model Design and Innovation
Financing Ventures from Early Stage to Exit
Family Business Leadership and Governance
Competing in Dynamic, Innovation-Driven Markets
Cross-Cultural Innovation Management
Corporate Entrepreneurship through Global Growth, Acquisitions, and Alliances
Design Thinking for Market-Driven Innovation
Law for Managers and Entrepreneurs
New Product Development
Managing a Technology-Based Business

 Concentration in Technical Entrepreneurship

Required Course Work
ENTR 6200Enterprise Growth and Innovation3
Restricted Electives
Complete three of the following:9
Business Planning for New Ventures
Competing in Dynamic, Innovation-Driven Markets
Entrepreneurial Finance, Innovation Valuation, and Private Equity
Emerging and Disruptive Technologies
Finance For Technology-Based Entrepreneurial Firms
Lean Design and Development
Managing a Technology-Based Business
The Technical Entrepreneur as Leader

Concentration in Mutual Fund Management

Required Course Work
FINA 6200Value Creation through Financial Decision Making3
FINA 6203Investment Analysis3
FINA 6219Portfolio Management3
Restricted Elective
Complete 3 semester hours of restricted electives. At least one credit must be from FINA 63613
Fund Management for Analysts
Fund Management for Managers

Electives

Marketing
Marketing Research
International Marketing
New Product Development
Market Focused Strategy
Marketing in Service Sector
Digital Marketing
Brand and Advertising Management
B2B and Strategic Sales
Consumer Behavior
Special Topics in Marketing
Finance Group A
Investment Analysis
International Finance Management
Financial Risk Management
Fixed Income Securities and Risk
Investment Banking
Real Estate Finance and Investment
Personal Financial Planning
Portfolio Management
Risk Management and Insurance
Finance Group B
Financial Strategy
International Finance Management
Investment Banking
Mergers and Acquisitions
Business Turnarounds
Valuation and Value Creation
Entrepreneurial Finance
Risk Management and Insurance
Entrepreneurial Finance, Innovation Valuation, and Private Equity
Supply Chain Management
Logistics and Transportation Management
Executive Roundtable in Supply Chain Management
Managing Emerging Issues in Supply Chain Management
Global Supply Chain Strategy
Sourcing and Procurement
Supply Chain Analytics
Sustainability and Supply Chain Management
Managing Healthcare Supply Chain Operations
Entrepreneurship
Business Planning for New Ventures
Social Enterprise
Business Model Design and Innovation
Financing Ventures from Early Stage to Exit
Family Business Leadership and Governance
Competing in Dynamic, Innovation-Driven Markets
Cross-Cultural Innovation Management
Design Thinking for Market-Driven Innovation
Law for Managers and Entrepreneurs
New Product Development
Managing a Technology-Based Business
Technical Entrepreneurship
Emerging and Disruptive Technologies
Entrepreneurial Marketing and Selling
Lean Design and Development
Managing a Technology-Based Business
The Technical Entrepreneur as Leader
Business Planning for New Ventures
Competing in Dynamic, Innovation-Driven Markets
Entrepreneurial Finance, Innovation Valuation, and Private Equity
Healthcare
The American Healthcare System
Health Organization Management
Strategic Management for Healthcare Organizations
Introduction to Health Informatics and Health Information Systems
Evaluating Healthcare Quality
Economic Perspectives on Health Policy
Managing Healthcare Supply Chain Operations
Mutual Fund Management
Investment Analysis
Portfolio Management
Fund Management for Analysts
Fund Management for Managers
International Business
Cultural Aspects of International Business
International Finance Management
Creating Sustainable Competitive Advantage through Global Innovation
Becoming a Global Leader
International Field Study
International Marketing
Global Supply Chain Strategy
Corporate Renewal
Social Enterprise
Business Turnarounds
Valuation and Value Creation
Creating an Innovative Organization
Leadership
Great Companies
Negotiations
New Product Development
Market Focused Strategy

Program Credit/GPA Requirements

60 total semester hours required
Minimum 3.000 GPA required