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Purdue Master's

Curriculum

One-Year MBA for STEM Professionals curriculum subject to change.

Summer

  • Microeconomics
  • Accounting for Managers
  • Marketing Management
  • Strategic Management
  • Intro Operations Management
  • Business Analytics

Module 1 (Fall Semester)

  • Launching Global Leaders
  • Strategic Sourcing and Procurement
  • Legal & Social Foundations of Mgmt
  • Management Information Systems
  • Managerial Communication Skills
  • Managing Behavior in Organizations

Module 2 (Fall Semester)

  • Macroeconomics
  • Launching Global Leaders
  • Financial Management
  • Managerial Communication Skills
  • Negotiations in Organizations
  • Curriculum Elective
  • Curriculum Elective

Module 3 (Spring Semester)

  • Launching Global Leaders
  • Experiential Learning Initiative Project
  • Curriculum Elective
  • Curriculum Elective
  • Curriculum Elective

Module 4 (Spring Semester)

  • Launching Global Leaders
  • Experiential Learning Initiative Project
  • Curriculum Elective
  • Curriculum Elective
  • Curriculum Elective

Business Elective Courses

MIS Electives    

  • MGMT 690: Social Networks and Engagements: Game Design for Businesses
  • MGMT 590: Digital Business and Information Strategies
  • MGMT 582: Management of Organizational Data
  • MGMT 684: Information Security for Managers
  • MGMT 686: Knowledge Management Systems

Accounting Electives    

  • MGMT 602: Financial Statement Analysis: Applied Valuation
  • MGMT 590: Strategic Cost Management
  • MGMT 601: Managerial Accounting

Finance Electives

  • MGMT 611: Advanced Corporate Finance
  • MGMT 614: Investments (also known as Portfolio Management )

Strategic Management Electives

  • MGMT 652: Mgmt of new and small firms
  • MGMT 655: Competitive strategy
  • MGMT 657: Manufacturing strategy
  • MGMT 688: Developing a global business strategy
  • MGMT 690: Technology strategy

Operations and Supply Chain Management Electives

  • MGMT 664: Supply Chain Management
  • MGMT 560: Advanced Manufacturing Planning and Control
  • MGMT 561: Logistics
  • MGMT 562: Project Management
  • MGMT 564: Service Operations Management
  • MGMT 565: Strategic Sourcing and Procurement
  • MGMT 566: Global Supply Chain Management
  • MGMT 690: Sustainable and Socially Responsible Operations

Marketing Electives

  • MGMT 521: Brand Management
  • MGMT 625: Marketing Research
  • MGMT 649: Global Marketing Management
  • MGMT 590: Digital Marketing Strategy
  • MGMT 520: Pricing Strategy and Analysis 
  • MGMT 522: New Product Design
  • MGMT 590: Data-Driven Marketing
  • MGMT 525: Marketing Analytics
  • MGMT 623: Business Marketing
  • MGMT 590: Advertising & Promotion

Communication Electives

  • MGMT 690: Advanced Management Communication
  • MGMT 690: Managerial Business Writing

Economics Electives

  • ECON 515: Macroeconomic Policy
  • ECON 590: International Economics
  • ECON 510: Game Theory
  • ECON 690: Finance Econometrics
  • ECON 640: Economic and Social Policy

Law Electives

  • MGMT 631: Legal & Social Foundations of Management II
  • MGMT 690: Employment Law
  • MGMT 690: Contracts for Managers
  • MGMT 690: Intellectual Property Law
  • MGMT 691: Law of Corporate Governance & Business Ethics
  • MGMT 690: International Law

Human Resources Management Electives

  • OBHR 631: Human Resource Systems
  • OBHR 662: Leadership
  • OBHR 669: Negotiations
  • OBHR 642: Compensation & Rewards
  • OBHR 640: Labor and Employee Relations
  • OBHR 641: Advanced Topics in Labor & Employee Relations
  • OBHR 644: Staffing Tools
  • OBHR 645: Staffing Systems

Quantitative Methods Electives

  • MGMT 670: Business Analytics
  • MGMT 570: Spreadsheet Modeling and Simulation
  • MGMT 571: Data Mining w/SAS Enterprise Miner
  • MGMT 672: Advanced Business Analytics w/SAS
  • MGMT 573: Optimization Modeling with Spreadsheets
  • MGMT 572: Six Sigma Quality Management

Engineering/Technology Electives

Note: Students will be eligible to take graduate level courses from any STEM departments at Purdue, subject to prerequisites and approval.   The enclosed list is just for illustration.

  • ENE 595: Globalization and Engineering
  • ME 553: Product and Process Design
  • IE 588: E-Commerce and e-work
  • IE 674: Computers and Communication Methods for Production Control
  • IE 580: System Simulation
  • IE 582: Advance Facility Design
  • ME 557: Design for Manufacturability
  • IE 590: Manufacturing Economics