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I want to get information about the Western Michigan University MBA admission requirements as well as courses. So here can you provide me information about it?
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Old 7th January 2016, 12:10 PM
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I have knowledge about the Western Michigan University MBA admission requirements as well as courses. So here I am providing you information about it, as you want.

Requirements

All Western Michigan University MBA applicants will complete a minimum of 12 courses (36 credit hours).

Applicants with no prior business courses may need to complete up to four additional courses (12 credit hours).

Applicants should have some flexibility in establishing the sequence of courses.

Scheduling requirements and some recommendations for course sequencing are presented below.

Proficiency requirements must be achieved prior to enrolling in core MBA courses.

It is recommended that you take the “business context” courses first.
All eight of the courses must be completed prior to enrolling in the capstone (BUS 6990) course.

Business core (prerequisite) courses must be completed before taking any other MBA courses.

Business context and functional core courses (eight in total) may be taken in any order, although:

It is recommended but not required that you complete at least four of the eight business context and functional core courses before taking electives.

Proficiency requirements
Computer literacy:

Fulfilled through classroom or experiential knowledge of computer applications.

Quantitative analysis:
Fulfilled through completion of an upper-level quantitative course such as finite mathematics or pre-calculus.

Statistics:
Fulfilled through completion of a business statistics course or its equivalent.
Academic communication: Prior academic experience will be evaluated to determine if this requirement is met.

Graduate students whose native language is not English must take the Academic Communication Placement Test at the beginning of their first semester of enrollment.

This test is administered by the Center for English Language and Culture for International Students.

It must be taken in addition to TOEFL, which is taken as part of the admissions process.

Business core (prerequisite) courses
ACTY 6010: Accountancy
FIN 6020: Corporate Finance
ECON 6010: Basic Economic Analysis
LAW 6040: Legal, Regulatory, and Political Aspects of Business

Business context (required) courses
BUS 6150: Global Business
BUS 6180: Information Technology Management
BUS 6160: Law, Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility

Functional core (required) courses
ACTY 6110: Managerial Accounting
FIN 6120: Financial Management
MGMT 6170: Leading People and Organizations
MKTG 6130: Customer-Driven Marketing Management
MGMT/MKTG 6140: Supply Chain and Process Management

Integrative business solutions (required) course
BUS 6990: Strategic Management

Concentrations electives

Aviation

AVS 6290: Global Aviation Management and Policies
AVS 5100: Safety Management Systems
AVS 6270: Airline Supply Chain Management

Business

BUS 6960: International Business Seminar

Computer information systems

CIS 5550: Topics in Computer Information Systems
CIS 6000: Seminar in Computer Information Systems
CIS 6200: ERP System Configuration
CIS 6300: ERP Data Management
CIS 6400: Business Analytics
CIS 6620: ERP Project Management
CIS 6640: Business Intelligence
CIS 6660: Enterprise Information Security Management

Finance and commercial law

FCL 6000: Seminar in Business

Finance

FIN 5530: Student Managed Investment Fund
FIN 6190: Financial Markets and Institutions
FIN 6220: Financial Restructuring
FIN 6250: Financial Strategy
FIN 6420: International Finance
FIN 6450: Computer Applications in Finance
FIN 6540: Investment Analysis and Management
FIN 6620: Health Care Financial Management
FIN 6910: Seminar in Finance
FIN 6980: Readings and Research and Finance

Health care

Contact the MBA office for options.
Law

LAW 6840: International Business Law
LAW 6860: Legal and Regulatory Issues in Marketing
LAW 6880: Health Law Administration
LAW 6980: Readings and Research in Finance

Management

MGMT 6000: Seminar in Management (Topic)
MGMT 6100: International Management
MGMT 6200: ERP System Configuration
MGMT 6410: Business Venturing
MGMT 6500: Managing Change
MGMT 6580: International Human Resource Management
MGMT 6800: Management of Innovation and Technology

Marketing

MKTG 6610: Healthcare Marketing
MKTG 6630: Electronic Marketing
MKTG 6650: Global Negotiation
MKTG 6700: Sales Leadership
MKTG 6710: Applied Marketing Research
MKTG 6720: Distribution Strategy
MKTG 6730: New Product Management
MKTG 6740: Integrated Marketing Communications Strategy
MKTG 6750: Services Marketing
MKTG 6760: Multinational Marketing Management
MKTG 6770: Buyer Behavior
MKTG 6780: Special Topics in Marketing
MKTG 6790: Marketing Planning and Strategy
MKTG 6800: Global Sourcing and Logistics
MKTG 6970: Special Problems in Marketing

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Public university in Kalamazoo, Michigan
1903 W Michigan Ave, Kalamazoo, MI 49008, United States
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