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The MBA program operates on three semesters per year (Fall, Spring, Summer) and students take two 8-week courses during each 16-week semester. The schedule is designed so that you will focus on only one course at a time.
Module #1 First Semester
|MBA 6100||The Regulatory Environment of Organizations|
|MBA 6110||Ethical Leadership and the Behavior of Organizations|
Module #2 Second Semester
|MBA 6310||Quantitative Analysis for Managers|
|MBA 6300||Strategic Managerial Economics|
Module #3 Third Semester
|MBA 6200||Managerial Accounting|
|MBA 6210||Strategic Financial Management|
Module #4 Fourth Semester
|MBA 6400||Management of Information and Technology|
|MBA 6410||Strategic Marketing|
Module #5 Fifth Semester
|MBA 6500||The Strategic Process and Planning|
|MBA 6510||Supply Chain Management and Operations Analysis|
Module #6 Sixth Semester
|MBA 7600||Contemporary Issues in Strategic Leadership|
|MBA 7610||Strategic Leadership Capstone Project|
CAPSTONE SCHEDULING POLICY
Students must take the "capstone module" - Module # 6, MBA 7600 and MBA 7610 - at the end of their MBA program. That is, students must complete all coursework before entering this module.
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:
John Bresnahan, Director of Graduate Enrollment and Student Services, 617-333-2243
Check out the photo gallery from the Curry College Spring 2013 Master of Business Administration (MBA) graduation ceremony
Ebony Joseph '11 talks about how the Curry MBA Program helped her develop leadership skills, network with other professionals and build friendships.
Dr. Shavindrie ("Shavi") Cooray examines the relationships between humans and technology with her students by embracing technology and by looking at the bigger picture - something she has done extensively in her Ph.D. research and as a former analyst in the corporate world.