Zicklin’s STEM-designated MBA programs are available in three formats for students entering Fall 2023: Full-Time MBA, Evening MBA, and Online MBA. Students complete the same required courses to gain a strong foundation of business practices. Once completed, you can customize your educational experience by selecting from a variety of flexible courses that build competencies in specific career-related disciplines.
The STEM-designated MBA is highly in demand in today’s marketplace and prepares students for leadership roles utilizing business and technology skills.
|Required Courses (7 Courses, 21 Credits)||Credits|
|ACC 9110||Financial Reporting||3|
|BUS 9558||Strategic Business Communication||3|
|CIS 9557||Business Analytics||3|
|ECO 9732||Firms and Markets||3|
|MGT 9301||Managing People and Organizations||3|
|MGT 9600||Strategy and Competitive Advantage||3|
|STA 9708||Managerial Statistics||3|
|Flexible Courses (Select at least 4 of 8 courses, 21 credits): Course Selection is determined with advisor based on undergraduate background.||Credits|
|BUS 9701||Sustainability and ESG||3|
|CIS 9000*||Information Technology Strategy|
|FIN 9770**||Corporate Finance||3|
|IBS 9769||Developing a Global Mindset||3|
|LAW 9000||Legal and Ethical Environment of Business||3|
|OPM 9700||Managing Business Operations||3|
|MGT 9973||Managing Creativity, Ideation and Innovation in Startups and Corporations||3|
|MKT 9703||Data-Driven Marketing Management||3|
|Electives (0-5 Courses)||Credits|
|LAW 9800***||Intensive Survey of Business Contracts and Law of Corporations||4|
|ECO 9740****||Fundamentals of Macroeconomics||1.5|
|Business Electives: To satisfy the CPA requirements of 36 credits in areas other than ACC/TAX, students may be required to take additional credits of general business courses. A student’s undergraduate transcript will be reviewed to determine if courses completed prior to admission to Zicklin can apply towards the 36 credits.||0-3|
|Culminating Experience (1 Course)||Credits|
|As an MBA student, you will complete BUS 9601 Business Consulting Practicum, where you will apply the concepts learned in the classroom to address a challenge or opportunity for a real company, ranging from start-ups to Fortune 500, local to multinational firms.
|Accounting Major Courses (9 courses)|
|ACC 9804||Intermediate Financial Accounting||
|ACC 9805||Advanced Financial Accounting||4|
|ACC 9811||Managerial Accounting Theory and Practice||4|
|ACC 9818||Auditing and Accounting Information Systems||3|
|TAX 9861||Federal Income Taxation||3|
|TAX 9878||Taxation of Business Entities||3|
|At least 6 credits of advanced Accounting courses that are not in the list of Accounting and Taxation Requirements. Students may take ACC 9993, Special Topics in Accounting courses, more than once, provided the topic is different.
*CIS 9000 is required if you do not have 3 credits of Computer Information Systems at the undergraduate level.
**FIN 9770 is required if you do not have 3 credits of Financial Management or Corporate Finance at the undergraduate level.
***LAW 9800 may be waived if 6 credits in business law have been completed on the undergraduate level.
****ECO 9740 may be waived if 3 credits of of macroeconomics or an economics course that covers both micro and macroeconomics has been completed at the undergraduate level.