The Traditional concentration develops skills in data-driven decision making and is designed to allow students to customize the program to their area of interest. Specifically, one course in data-driven decision making is required and students can choose two non-core courses from other USI MBA concentrations to fulfill the general concentration requirements.
Students interested in the Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree should review the Romain College of Business - Dean’s Office section of the bulletin for information about MBA program objectives, accreditation, admission requirements, minimum grade and GPA requirements, program flexibility, and more.
MBA Core (21 hours)
The USI MBA curriculum is designed to provide the educational foundation crucial for success in today’s dynamic business world. The MBA core consists of 7 three-hour courses: