Evening MBA Curriculum

The curriculum of the KSU Evening MBA Program differs among each of the four concentrations that students declare at the time of entry into the program. In each concentration, essential core business courses can be found, complemented by electives that allow students to hone knowledge in one, more specific concentrated area. All concentrations are comprised of 12 courses/36 credit hours.

The Academic Catalog outlines the core and elective coursework that comprises each MBA Program concentration.

Foundation Requirements

Students can satisfy the foundation requirements for the MBA program in one of the following two manners:

  1. By completing the appropriate prerequisite modules in the areas of Financial Accounting, Managerial Accounting, Corporate Finance, and Statistics. 
  2. By satisfactorily completing the following undergraduate courses (or their equivalents):
    • Financial Accounting (ACCT 2101)
    • Managerial Accounting (ACCT 2102)
    • Principles of Finance (FIN 3100)
    • Business Statistics (ECON 2300)