To fulfill the MBA program requirements, students must complete 34 total graduate credits.
Core Courses (24 credits)
- ACCT 510 Analyzing Financial Performance (3 cr.)
- BLAW 530 Ethical and Legal Decision Making (3 cr.)
- ECON 510 The Numbers that Move the World (3 cr.)
- MGMT 512 Leading in Organizations (3 cr.)
- MGMT 525 Complex Systems Change Strategies (3 cr.)
- MGMT 550 Business Strategies (3 cr.)
- MGMT 565 Methods of Inquiry and Analysis (3 cr.)
- MGMT 584 Management Communication (3 cr.)
Electives (six credits—choose two courses from the following; this is not a comprehensive list):
- ACCT 550 Fraud Examination (3 cr.)
- CISS 602 Aligning IT with Organizational Strategy (3 cr.)
- ECON 610 Global Business Cycles (3 cr.)
- HMGT 630 Health Care System (3 cr.)
- HMGT 546 Health Care Economics & Ethics (3 cr.)
- HMGT 640 Legal and Financial Aspects of Health Care (3 cr.)
- MGMT 615 Project Management (3 cr.)
- MGMT 635 Globally Responsible Leadership (3 cr.)
- MKTG 546 New Market Development (3 cr.)
- MGMT 575 Entrepreneurship, Intrapreneurship, and Innovation (3 cr.)
- MGMT 578 Advanced Human Resource Management (3 cr.)
- MGMT 582 Advanced Interpersonal Skills for the Leader (3 cr.)
- MGMT 590 International Business (3 cr.)
Capstone Requirement (four credits):
- MGMT 685 Capstone Project (4 cr.)
The Dahl School of Business values every student and prepares each one to make a difference as an ethical and effective leader in organizations and society.
The mission of the M.B.A. program of Viterbo University is to develop an influential network of informed, ethical, and effective leaders who are committed to making a positive impact on organizations, the community, and the world.
The goals of the M.B.A. program are:
- to meet the emerging needs of organizations through rigorous, innovative curricula built around the central themes of leadership, ethics, and decision making;
- to develop principled leaders with the technical expertise and ethical foundation to be visionaries and critical thinkers who provide creative solutions to organizational challenges;
- to foster a community that highly values life-long learning and engagement to benefit the common good;
- to provide a thriving intellectual, supportive, and collegial climate to attract and retain exceptional students and faculty;
- to demonstrate excellence in teaching by quality faculty who have extensive practical and educational experience.
Graduate Learning Outcomes
The M.B.A. program prepares individuals for advanced business roles in which they:
- Create innovative business strategies and processes on the basis of systems thinking and sustainability.
- Ethically lead change through individual, team, organization and systemic collaboration.
- Apply integrative and critical thinking skills to organizational decisions.
- Communicate effectively with a high level of professionalism.