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MBA Concentration Options

Concentration courses and electives allow students to develop a specialization in a field of their choice. These concentrations provide MBA students with maximum flexibility and the ability to pursue specific professional goals.

Select 3 courses in a given concentration area. The following lists provide a sample of the courses offered and may not be an exhaustive list as course offerings change. This list is not a guarantee of course availability in any specific location at a specific time. This is a guide based on the past few semesters of course offerings. All students must consult with an MBA advisor prior to registration.

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Accounting

Available: Macomb and Online

  • ACCT 445G, Financial Analysis
  • ACCT 455G, Advanced Management Accounting
  • ACCT 457G, Fraud Examination
  • ACCT 470G, Tax II
  • ACCT 471G, Advanced Federal Taxation
  • ACCT 537, Issues in International Accounting
  • ACCT 542, Advanced Accounting Concentration II
  • ACCT 580, Advanced Auditing
  • or any other 400G or 500 with permission of MBA advisor

Agriculture Business

Available: Macomb

  • AGEC 442G, Marketing Grain and Livestock Products
  • AGEC 443G, Agricultural Finance
  • AGEC 447G, Commodities Markets and Futures Trading
  • AGEC 457G, Market Profile
  • 460G, U.S. Agricultural Policy

Business Analytics

Available: Macomb and Online

  • DS 435G, Applied Data Mining
  • DS 490G, Statistical Software/Data Mngt.
  • DS 490G, Statistical Software-R
  • DS 521, Data Visualization
  • DS 535, Advanced Data Mining
  • DS 560, Categorical Data Analysis Using Logistic Regression
  • DS 580, Predictive Analytics and Time-Series Forecasting

Corporate Security

Available: Macomb (Available to LEJA Integrated students only.)

  • LEJA 509, (can substitute other if 509 not offered)
  • DS 535, Advanced Data Mining
  • ACCT 457G, Fraud Examination

Economics

Available: Macomb and Online

  • Any 400G, (excluding 408G) with permission of MBA advisor including
  • ECON 420G, Economic Develoment, ECON 445G, Game Theory, and
  • ECON 440G, Labor Economics, ECON 465G Energy Economics, and
  • ECON 470G, International Trade
  • ECON 471G, International Monetary Economics
  • ECON 487G, Econometrics
  • ECON 496G, Seminar in Economics
  • ECON 535, Small Community Development
  • Any 500 (excluding 509) with permission of MBA advisor

Finance

Available: Macomb and Online

  • FIN 445G, Financial Analysis
  • FIN 452G, Commercial Property and Liability Insurance
  • FIN 471G, Investment Security Analysis
  • FIN 496G, Futures Options
  • FIN 497G, International Financial Management 
  • FIN 575, Advanced Portfolio Management

Health Services Administration

Available: Macomb and Online

  • HS 414G, Ethical Conduct and Conflict in Health Sciences
  • HSM 514, Health Service Administration
  • HSM 515, Legal Aspects of Health Services Management
  • HSM 516, Introduction to Health Policy
  • HSM 517, Health Services Organizational Behavior and Leadership
  • ECON 490G, Health Economics

Information Systems

Available: Macomb (currently unavailable)

  • IS 405G, Business Intelligence and Decision Support Systems
  • IS 541, Designing the User Experience
  • IS 562, Information Systems Implementations
  • IS 543, Information Systems Management
  • IS 567, Information Technologies in Supply Chain

International Business

Available: Macomb

  • ACCT 537, Issues in International Accounting
  • ECON 470G, International Trade
  • FIN 585, International Financial Management

Management

Available: Macomb and Online (may also include other graduate courses in Human Resource Management, Marketing, and Supply Chain Management)

  • MKTG 411G, Mobile Marketing
  • HRM 446G, Human Resource Management in the Legal Environment
  • MKTG 441G, Customer Relationship Management
  • MGT 474G, Small Business Management
  • MGT 481G, Management/Society: Ethics/Social Responsibility
  • MGT 483G, Managing Organizations/Environmental Sustainability
  • MGT 520, Organization Behavior/Leadership
  • HRM 532, Seminar in Human Resource Management

Supply Chain Management

Available: Macomb and Online

  • SCM 451G, Supply Chain Negotiations
  • SCM 457G, Project Management
  • SCM 465G, Supply Chain Risk Management
  • SCM 470G, Inventory Strategy
  • SCM 529, Worldwide Logistics/E-Commerce
  • SCM 531, Supply Chain Management
  • SCM 539, Transportation/Warehouse Management
  • SCM 549, Strategic Procurement/Sourcing