Business Education

Master or Masters of Business Administration

Online MBA Programs  February 27, 2017 – 03:28 pm
An MBA is a commonly held

Master's of Business Administration students take up to two courses per eight-week term. Students can complete the 36 credits required for graduation in as little as one year, or may extend their studies for as long as five years. You may start the Saint Leo online M.B.A. programs at any of the six terms each year, and—with director approval—can pursue up to two M.B.A. concentrations concurrently.

(36 credits)

  • Course
  • Course Name
  • Credits
  • MBA ORI Student Orientation 0

    This pass/fail course provides new MBA students with an overview of the Saint Leo University MBA Program. Topics include SLU history and core values; MBA program information; expectations; academic honesty; and SLU Portal sign-on, including access to eLion, eCollege, and Windows Live Student Email. Students are required to assess their current skill level in the Common Body of Knowledge (CBK) for business students. The course provides students with information and resources to enhance their knowledge in these areas. This is a required, not-for-credit course that must be completed by the end of the first term. Tuition fees will not be assessed.

  • MBA 525 Professional Development 3

    This course is designed to give MBA students a tangible head start in acquiring and honing numerous core skills essential for success in the MBA program and the business world. The emphasis will be on the development of professional skills and perspectives, such as business writing, coaching and counseling, conflict resolution, effective business protocol, interviewing, intercultural awareness and sensitivity, negotiating agreement, and public speaking.

  • MBA 530 Organizational Behavior 3

    This course is an advanced introduction to the major theories and issues in the study of human behavior in work organizations. Included are the topics of perception, motivation, leadership, job satisfaction, group dynamics, stress, organizational climate, and communication processes. Organization theory and design concepts are also incorporated to give the student a more complex framework for managerial decision making.

  • MBA 533 Human Resource Management 3

    This course is designed to focus on an in-depth analysis of the major functions of a manager dealing with human resource issues. Issues to be covered include, but are not specifically limited to, staffing, employee training and development, compensation and benefits, legal issues, union versus non-union issues, safety and health issues, and cross-cultural and expatriate issues.

    Prerequisites: MBA 525

  • MBA 535 The Legal Environment of Business 3

    This course is a comprehensive study of commercial law as it affects day-to-day business management. Emphasis is placed on development of a manager's ability to recognize the circumstances under which a legal professional should be contacted for advice and/or assistance.

  • MBA 540 Managerial Economics 3

    This course explores the concepts of economic optimization, the estimation of demand, and cost and pricing analysis. An introduction to economic forecasting and decision making under conditions of risk and uncertainty is also included.

    Prerequisites: Undergraduate course in economics strongly recommended.

  • MBA 550 Decision Support Systems 3

    With better computer data analysis and the application...


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