Business Administration and Supply Chain Management (dual degree) (M.B.A. and M.S.)
Non-thesis only: 66 credits required
The Robert H. Smith School of Business is a global leader in integrating business management and technology. Smith MBAs can take advantage of this strength in the joint MBA/MS degree program and leverage their managerial skills with studies that develop research and technological skills in finance, accounting, information systems, or supply chain management. Students may apply for admission to the MBA/MS degree program at the beginning of the application process or at the end of their first year in the MBA program. Students complete 66 total credits including 36 credits of Business courses and 30 credits of Supply Chain Management courses.
Part-time MBA students complete the BUSI designated courses. Full-time MBA students complete the BUSM designated courses.
|BUSI610/BUSM602||Introduction to Financial Accounting||2|
|BUSI/BUSM621||Digital Transformation in Business||2|
|BUSI630/BUSM606||Data Driven Decision Making||2|
|BUSI662/BUSM600||Leadership and Teamwork||2|
|BUSI681/BUSM604||Managerial Economics and Public Policy||2|
|BUSI683/BUSM626||The Global Economic Environment||2|
|MBA Electives approved by advisor||14|
|Supply Chain Management core courses||12|
|Supply Chain Management specialization courses||18|