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Scott College Of Business - ProMBA

CURRICULUM

The Scott College of Business Professional MBA is 36 credit hours based on four areas of study: business tools, integrative seminars, special topics, and the culminating experience.

BUSINESS TOOLS

  • Advanced Management Practices
  • Quantitative Problem Solving
  • Management Accounting
  • Management Information Systems

INTEGRATIVE SEMINARS

  • Managing the Strategic Workforce
  • Strategic Financial Decisions
  • Strategic Supply Chain & Operating Decisions
  • Strategic Marketing Management

SPECIAL TOPICS COURSES

  • Business Negotiations
  • Principles of Risk Management and Insurance
  • Project Management

CULMINATING EXPERIENCE

  • Dynamic Strategy: An Integrated Approach

MOVE AHEAD…

You can differentiate yourself from others with the Professional MBA. You will learn new skills, improve your career prospects, and more…




AACSB-International Best Business Schools
Top 200

Classes meet at Indiana State's Plainfield location for ten consecutive weeks each term.  Classes are held from 5:30-10:00 p.m. on Tuesday or Thursday evenings, and you'll take two classes each term, alternating from one week to the next.

The following schedule shows the classes offered each term. You'll have several weeks between terms to help you balance work, family, and school.


Year 1
Fall Management Accounting Business Negotiation
Spring Advanced Management Practices Quantitative Problem Solving
Summer Management Information Systems Strategic Supply Chain & Operating Decisions
Year 2
Fall Managing the Strategic Workforce Strategic Financial Decisions
Spring Risk Management Strategic Marketing Management
Summer Dynamic Strategy: An Integrated Approach Project Management

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Contact

Graduate Programs
Scott College of Business
114 Federal Hall
Indiana State University
812.237.2002
Fax: 812.237.8720
ISU-MBA@indstate.edu

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