Additional Course Offerings

UNC Kenan-Flagler Electives

MBA@UNC students are able to complement their online MBA coursework with a variety of UNC Kenan-Flagler elective courses offered through alternative degree formats, including the Executive Evening and Weekend MBA Programs, the full-time MBA Program and the Master of Accounting Program. Course offerings are subject to change.

Residential MBA courses provide an opportunity for MBA@UNC students to attend in-person weekend courses with students from other MBA formats and elsewhere on UNC’s campus, fostering a close-knit community and opening doors for networking.

Below is a recent sample of campus-based courses accessed by MBA@UNC students:

  • Strategy and Sustainability
  • Real Estate Finance
  • Real Property Decisions
  • Health System Mergers & Strategic Transactions
  • The Business of Renewable Energy
  • Strategy of Project Finance
  • Healthcare Economics
  • Leveraging Human Capital for Global Competitiveness
  • Design and Delivery of Healthcare Systems
  • Leading Organizational Change

UNC School of Government Electives

MBA@UNC students may also complete select elective courses from MPA@UNC, the online Master of Public Administration program from the University of North Carolina School of Government.

Week-Long Intensive Courses at the Washington Campus

The Washington Campus is a non-profit educational institution composed of a consortium of leading colleges and universities. Its purpose is to provide management education focused on the relationship between business and the public policy process.

Each year, the Washington Campus offers intensive, week-long courses in Washington, DC for MBA students from its member universities. These courses provide participants with first-hand exposure to the public policy process and its impact on corporate management.

Since courses are based on Capitol Hill, students are able to speak directly with members of Congress, top executive agency officials, lobbyists, the press and other key participants in the government.

Students may attend the Washington Campus program on a space-available basis, as long as the dates do not conflict with their MBA Program course schedule. Students may complete the Washington Campus program only once. Tuition is based on the MBA@UNC home rate (the equivalent of a three-credit course) and an additional fee administered through Washington Campus.

See the Washington Campus Web site for more information and registration details.