The 31-credit curriculum consists of a graduate core of eight required courses (24 credits) and one elective management course (3 credits). A four-credit, hands-on professional project is the capstone of the program's academic experience.
The graduate core provides students with a strong foundation for effective decision-making in organizations. The core courses are:
- Organizational Behavior
- Business and Marketing Strategy
- Advanced Corporation Finance
- Managing Knowledge for Sustainability
- Leading the Self
- Innovation and Entrepreneurship
- Foundations of Strategic Information Management
- Team Leadership
- Professional Project
See all the Core Courses.
Elective courses provide opportunities for students to pursue individual interests. Students elect one management course from two presently offered classes:
- Business Analysis for Information Management
- Strategic Application of E-Commerce
See all the Elective Courses.
Students may satisfy elective course requirements through UW-Whitewater's on-line MBA program. All choice selections MUST have prior approval from UW Green Bay's Master's of Management Chair, David Radosevich.
In the professional project, students will examine a major problem or issue confronting an organization and write a professional paper that demonstrates an application of the theories of Management studied in the 27-credit coursework included in the program. Students complete the professional project at the end of the program by completing MANAGMNT 796 Professional Project, 4 cr.
For more information please contact David Radosevich.