Curriculum

Redesigned in 2016, the Hull MBA Curriculum will provide you with the skills and knowledge needed to advance in today’s highly competitive, fast-paced, and dynamic work environment. The MBA courses are taught by renowned College of Business faculty who facilitate a highly-engaged learning environment that will provide you with the experience to actively contribute to your future and the future of your organizations. The required 30-hour curriculum is flexible and can be completed within 12-24 months.

MBA students will engage in a core set of ten courses designed to strengthen managerial skills in the fundamental business areas ranging from accounting and marketing to operations and strategy. Courses are highly accessible through multiple deliveries including evening face-to- face, hybrid, weekend, emersion, and online courses.

Complete information on our curriculum may also be obtained from the Augusta University Catalog.

ACCT 6300: Accounting Systems for Managerial Control

This is a case‑oriented course designed to teach the effective use of accounting systems and accounting data in organizational planning, control and decision making. The focus is on how to use measurement and management systems for value creation in a business organization.

ECON 6800: National & International Economics for Managers

This course demonstrates how economic theory is applied to national and international managerial decision-making.

FINC 6400: Managerial Finance

This course is designed to provide the student with an understanding of the role of finance in managerial decision making. Cases and/or supplemental readings are used to apply financial concepts.

MGMT 6500: Organizational Behavior

An analysis of the determinants and consequences of human behavior in organizations with attention to motivation, leadership, and group dynamics.

MGMT 6510: Managerial Leadership

Examines the interrelationships between business and society from a managerial perspective. Decision implications of ethics, the natural environment, stakeholder diversity and business regulation are addressed from an application standpoint.

MGMT 6580: Strategic Management

Gives the student an opportunity to develop and appreciate conceptual skills as needed by higher level managers in all types of organizations. Emphasis is on the integration of subject matter from all courses in the discussion and analysis of organizational problems. Comprehensive analyses of organizations are conducted. To be taken within the last two semesters.

MINF 6620: Management of Information Technology

Examines the issues of information technology, operations, competitive advantage, and leadership from management’s perspective. Includes cross-functional issues, relationships with vendors and consultants, RFP’s, contracts, hardware, software, communications, and ethics.

MKTG 6700: Marketing Management

Advanced study of the rationale for the marketing functions and the application of the managerial functions to marketing problems and opportunities.

QUAN 6600: Business Analytics for Managers

This course will help students sharpen critical thinking skills by applying scientific methods to help them make informed business decisions. Topics include research design; sampling; data collection, analysis and interpretation; report preparation; and ethics of business research. To be taken early in the program.

QUAN 6610: Designing, Managing, and Improving Operations

This course provides students with quantitative tools to solve business problems. They will learn how to use the best available data to generate optimum solutions. Optimization, experiment design, and statistical quality control are covered.