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Online Professional Master of Business Administration (MBA) for Regis Graduate Students and Alumni

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We designed our online Professional MBA program with a flexible curriculum tailored to your specific background, profession, and goals. You can complete this program in as few as six core courses (18 credit hours) and build a graduate-level foundation of business skills relevant to your career in about one year.


To round out your Professional MBA degree, you will work with your program director to define your concentration by analyzing coursework completed during your previous Regis master’s degree. During this process, you’ll choose five courses from that degree that will automatically be applied to your MBA, giving you an MBA concentration based on your interests and your previous educational experience.


Note: In addition to core coursework, the curriculum includes three prerequisite classes (9 credit hours). These prerequisites can be waived via prior coursework or examination, or you can complete them as part of your Professional MBA curriculum.

EC 501 Economics for Managers

This course introduces the study of economic decision making by consumers and business firms in a market setting. Students learn how different types of markets for goods and services function and how government action can impact these markets.


MT 510 Financial Accounting

This course provides a broad introduction to the principles and practices of financial reporting, especially with regard to the foundational financial documents: the income statement, balance sheet, and statement of cash flows. The course also covers the Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) as the basis for the preparation of financial statements and disclosures.


MT 624 Statistics

This course introduces some of the tools that enable managers to analyze information, including ways to collect, summarize, and analyze data. Topics include probability, measures of central tendency and dispersions, discrete and continuous distributions, and sampling techniques. The course involves the use of computers via statistical package.

MT 540 Financial Statement Analysis

This course explores the significance of, and procedures for, effective financial statement analysis. Working from established rules and regulations for the accounting and finance fields, especially Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), students will learn to utilize the principal financial statements to develop a deeper understanding of organizational performance.

Prerequisite: MT 520


MT 604 Human Behavior in Organizations

Human Behavior in Organizations places emphasis on individual, interpersonal, group, and organizational concepts as applied to a variety of specific cases and situations. These situations involve the management of human resources and issues involving leadership behavior in health care and related organizations. Students learn to integrate their insights into critical incidents by collecting data, diagnosing, and developing a prescription for action. Health care organizations are contrasted with other non-profit and private sector settings.


MT 621 Marketing Strategies

This course provides a detailed perspective of marketing as a system, including environmental scanning, marketing management, marketing research, and customer relations. This course integrates basic marketing practices with current strategic management thought.


MT 608 Management Information Systems

This course presents fundamental concepts needed to manage information technology effectively. This course examines the use of information technology to support operations management, decision-making and control, and strategic planning. Leadership roles include creating structures that promote integration of information for planning, decision-making, and evaluation.


MT 612 Ethical Practices

This course examines the values, norms, and ethical practices of leaders in a variety of organizations. A continuum of ethical thought and practice is assessed relative to the impact on the organization and its immediate environment. Participants consider ethical frameworks in establishing a decision-making process.


MT 618 Financial Statement Analysis

This course is designed to enhance the participant's ability to evaluate and implement financial strategies. Areas of focus include the meaning and use of financial ratios in the internal and external evaluation of the performance of a corporation; evaluation of investment programs (capital budgeting), including such issues as cash flow forecasting, estimation of the cost of capital, and ranking of investment proposals; evaluation of financing decisions, including the analysis of the cost and benefits of operating and financial leverage.

Prerequisite: MT 616


MT 611 Leadership Systems and Strategies (Capstone)

This course will utilize leadership and systems frameworks in order to diagnose, define, and prescribe solutions to complex organizational issues. To demonstrate a leader's challenge in bringing about continuous change, students will develop a change project based on an actual organizational situation.

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