Overview: The Management concentration within our online MBA program incorporates your desire to lead a team of business professionals with a Christian set of ethics, preparing you for service in all aspects of your life. Acquire new marketable assets for your management portfolio and gain a clear understanding of the skills required in the corporate world, such as project management, marketing, advertising, legal aspects, supply chain management, and more. Apply your selected master’s concentration to your career of choice, whether it be small business, investments, or real estate. Our worldwide practitioner instructors, individualized programs that start at your convenience, and unique perspectives from a diverse MBA student body are what make Concordia University Online’s business program so effective, preparing future CEOs, company presidents and vice presidents, and high-level executives. The Concordia University Online School of Business does not require graduate students to take the GMAT or GRE, or write a thesis as part of their admission process. Instead, a Capstone course is required at the end of your program to prove your skill level. Area of Study Business Next Start Date Start Anytime Credits39 Cost/Credit$682 Total Cost$26,598 Also offered at: » Ann Arbor Center I want to thank you for always being so kind during my time at Concordia. You have been amazing and I appreciate your timeliness for all of my ‘urgent’ requests. Thank you! CUW Online ossa Goals / Objectives Practical knowledge of current software for designing and managing business projects Ability to apply proven project management tools and techniques at each stage in a project’s lifecycle Understanding of how to integrate organizational strategies, involving the parent, supplier, and sub-supplier organizations working together in domestic and global environments Knowledge of marketing tools and experience with market segmentation, research analysis in decision-making, media and promotion, budgeting, and evaluation Solid understanding of the principles of management as applied to a small business Ability to develop a comprehensive and viable business plan Skills to identify and take advantage of the professional paths available in setting and obtaining investment objectives such as capital, debt, securitization, and government-subsidized options Career Outlook Financial Manager Health Services Manager High-End Management Consultant Marketing Manager Sales Manager Want to see salary averages for your career? 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The course focuses on the technical aspects of project management that are directly related to practice. Numerous case studies are considered to help explain how to apply proven project management tools and techniques at each stage in a projects life-cycle. Software tools for project design and management are also presented and used. Strategic Marketing (MBA 850) - Credits: 3 Course Description Strategic Marketing studies the planning, implementation and control of the marketing function. Topics covered include: market segmentation, use of marketing research in decision-making, use of media and promotion, budgeting, and marketing program evaluation. Advertising Management (MBA 854) - Credits: 3 Course Description Advertising Management is the study of advertising in a context of marketing communication and integrated marketing. It covers all forms of promotion which exist to inform and persuade the diverse and fragmented audiences that seek goods, services and ideas. The course places the advertising function within a marketing framework while recognizing that advertising is both an art and a science. Small Business Management (MBA 855) - Credits: 3 Course Description Small Business Management studies the principles of management as applied to a small business with emphasis on the elements necessary to create a successful business operation. Development of a business plan will be culmination of the course. Real Estate Management (MBA 556) - Credits: 3 Course Description On Campus Format Only - Real Estate Management is a survey course which outlines the different professional paths available in setting and obtaining investment objectives. This survey includes an overview of available investment instruments (capital, debt, securitization and government subsidized) and investor strategies for constant fluid markets. Sustainable Business Practices (MBA 557/857) - Credits: 3 Course Description An introduction to developing and implementing a successful program in the domain of sustainability and social responsibility. The student is introduced to methods of implementing technologies and practices and how to measure the consequent social and environmental performance. Reporting and presenting social and environmental performance is given full treatment. This class reveals the most widely used concepts of sustainability and social responsibility in the modern business organization. Likely to be the most important challenges of the 21stcentury, this overview addresses the essence of the emerging green economy. Supply Chain Management (MBA 865) - Credits: 3 Course Description Supply Chain Management is the study of the integration of organizational strategies, policies, and programs across organizations) both the parent organization, supplier organizations, and sub-supplier organizations . This course examines supply chain management in both a domestic and global environment. Legal Aspects of Business (MBA 870) - Credits: 3 Course Description Legal Aspects of Business entails the study of the contemporary and legal issues facing managers and the development of practical skills for analyzing decision-making from both the legal and ethical standpoints. Issues will be studied from the position of managerial decision-making with an emphasis on the establishment of sound, well-grounded policies intended to prevent and resolve disputes. Fraud Management (MBA 876) - Credits: 3 Course Description Fraud Management is designed to provide students with a basis understanding of the principles of occupational fraud, emphasizing circumstances with which any management team may ultimately be confronted . The course covers fraud in the areas of skimming, cash larceny, check fraud, register schemes, and misappropriation of cash and assets. A brief overview of corruption and interviewing of employees when a fraud is suspected is also included. Loss Prevention (MBA 577/877) - Credits: 3 No course description at this time. Risk Management and Insurance (MBA 922) - Credits: 3 Course Description Risk Management and Insurance is an introduction to the tools of insurance and risk management . Property, life, health, and liability insurance will be discussed. Corp. Risk Management: Theory and Application–ARM 54 Certificate (MBA 627/927) - Credits: 3 No course description at this time. Global Production and Operations (MIB 830) - Credits: 3 Course Description Global Production and Operations studies the structure and functioning of production systems within a manufacturing context. The complexity of international business operations is also studied. Topics include: plant location and operation, inventory control, transportation, technology acquisition (CAD/CAM), work flow planning, JIT concepts and statistical quality control. Also covered is how each of the above topics generally relates to the global service environment. International Business (MIB 860) - Credits: 3 Course Description International Business studies business with an international context, with special attention paid to the problems peculiar to international business, as well as current trends, such as drive toward European unity, GATT, NAFTA, and Pacific Rim developments. Global Perspectives of Sport and Entertainment Management (MBA 641/941) - Credits: 3 Course Description The purpose of this course is to create an awareness and understanding of the issues prevalent in the sport/entertainment business industry today while providing various perspectives and developing possible solutions. Sport/entertainment contemporary business issues will be studied and are intended to evoke critical discussions relative to the nuances of this vastly growing global industry. Specific functions of management such as decision making, conflict resolution, and compliance within the realm of the sport/entertainment industry will be discussed and debated. The course will emphasize the impact of international marketing and branding, societal implications, import/export strategies, considerations of host city bid process, and the globalization of sport/entertainment properties. Contemporary Principles of Hospitality & Event Management (MBA 642/942) - Credits: 3 Course Description This course focuses on the applications of industry knowledge and introduces students to the fundamentals and best practices of hospitality, and event management. Students will be exposed to current industry policy, procedure, and standards through relevant, up to date resources/materials and comprehensive case studies. This class provides students with an in-depth look at the challenges and opportunities that are routinely faced by a manager in the context of local, national and international events at entertainment, sport and event facilities. Internship (MBA 545/845) - Credits: 3 Course Description The Internship experience is meant to give students a real world perspective in a business related area, while working toward completion of the MBA degree. An Internship can be taken by any student in any concentration. Curricular emphasis is placed on student use of learned skills and exposure to hands-on business techniques. Students are required to complete a minimum of 120 hours of clock time at their internship site. This is a 3 credit course. MBA Core Curriculum Managerial Economics (MBA 800) - Credits: 3 Course Description Managerial Economics provides a clear and balanced presentation of relevant economic theories and instruments. The focus of this course will be on the application of these relevant theories and the tools of analysis of decision-making science to examine how a firm makes optimal managerial decisions in the face of the constraints it faces. It will teach students how to deal with the nature of the firm, and how and why it is organized the way it is, in order to make students better, more efficient and more highly rewarded executives. The course should be thought of as applied economics, emphasizing those topics of the greatest interest and importance to managers. These topics include demand, production, cost, pricing, market structure and government regulations. A strong grasp of the principles that govern economic behavior is an important managerial asset. Students will learn how to apply these principles in appropriate situations. Undergraduate economics prerequisite required. Ethics and Organizational Leadership (MBA 503/803) - Credits: 3 Course Description This course studies contemporary business issues facing managers. Emphasis will be on developing theoretical skills for analyzing ethical issues and competing claims, and formulating well–grounded policies. A special emphasis on organizations and their attendant process is designed to increase ones leadership skills and effectiveness. Applied Statistical Methods (MBA 510/810) - Credits: 3 No course description at this time. Business Foundations for Administrative Professions (MBA 513/813) - Credits: 3 Course Description This course is suggested for incoming students that need to fulfill MBA core prerequisite requirements; however, it can be taken by any student as a refresher of business administrative practices. This course provides the integration of management, marketing, statistics, economics, finance, and accounting concepts essential to the management and administration in organizations. Students will synthesize knowledge of theories and application that will serve as a basis for developing effective roles as administrators. Fulfills all core prerequisite requirements. 3 credits. Corporate Finance (MBA 530/830) - Credits: 3 Course Description Corporate Finance studies the function of finance and the flow of funds within the corporation. This course emphasizes financial analysis, decision-making, planning and controlling, capital acquisition and use, and strategic planning. Prerequisite: undergraduate finance or equivalent. Undergraduate finance prerequisite required. Accounting: Financial Analysis for Decision Making (MBA 540/840) - Credits: 3 Course Description Accounting: Financial Analysis for Decision Making is the study of the interpretation and use of Accounting reports in decision making. Topics covered include financial statements, forecasting of financial performance/budgeting, cost-profit relationships, break-even analysis, and management planning and control. Undergraduate accounting prerequisite required. Management Science and Analytics (MBA 569/869) - Credits: 3 Course Description Management Science and Analytics introduces techniques and methods used in business management to analyze and solve business problems. The course will also explore the reasoning behind the use of management science techniques. We will explore various practices from the field of management science that can be applied in spreadsheet models to help in the decision-analysis and decision making process. The course will also present techniques to assist managers with planning, organizing, leading and controlling projects. Issues in Human Resources Management (MBA 610/910) - Credits: 3 Course Description Human Resources Management is a study of the management and administrative issues related to group and individual performances and their effective contribution to the organizational objectives . Strategies for successful self-management, team building and delegation will be emphasized. Strategic Management (MBA 590/890) - Credits: 3 Course Description Capstone: Taken Last. Strategic Management incorporates utilization of a textbook, Capstone Foundation simulation, and other resources such as Internet and workplace materials. Undergraduate marketing prerequisite required. Applying for "Management (MBA Concentration)" at Concordia Online is quick and easy. Apply Online Now!