Concentrations for MBA, MACC & EMBA Students

Concentration Overview

The required courses in the MBA, MAcc and EMBA provide a distinct and consistent advanced business knowledge and skill structure for all students in the programs. The electives allow the student to tailor the graduate educational experience to fit individual needs by pursuing a general management option with two electives or a specific concentration with three electives.  

Concentrations are comprised of three-course elective (nine credit hours) sequences defined from a menu of electives by either the functional area (business analytics, finance, forensic accounting or fraud and forensic accounting) or interdisciplinary area (global business.)

Electives counted toward a concentration must carry a grade of “B” or better, and students must achieve a 3.2 GPA in those electives.