July 23, 2018
MBA@UNC begins with core courses that form a common foundation for you and your classmates.
This basic course in statistics, decision analysis and simulation modeling teaches you to apply basic techniques of data analysis to practical managerial decision making. (4 Credit Hours)
View the Analytical Tools course overview.
This course introduces you to best practices in business writing and speaking that are exceedingly important to advancing your career. (4 Credit Hours)
View the Business Communication course overview.
This course enhances your ability to analyze the strategy of corporations at all functional levels. (2 Credit Hours)
View the Business Strategy course overview.
The objective of this course is to improve your leadership and management skills, particularly those that focus on today’s increasingly complex business environment. (4 Credit Hours)
View the Developing Management and Leadership Skills course overview.
The Economics course explores basic economic principles that are relevant to the business core in the MBA program. (4 Credit Hours)
View the Economics course overview.
This course explores the crucial role financial accounting plays in the development, maintenance and growth of businesses. (4 Credit Hours)
View the Financial Accounting course overview.
This course acts as an introduction to business valuation, including the techniques, regulations and risk factors for both investors and firms. (4 Credit Hours)
View the Introductory Finance course overview.
This course helps you critically analyze the task of marketing in organizations and apply marketing concepts to real-life situations. (4 Credit Hours)
View the Marketing Strategy, Analysis and Development course overview.
This course focuses on the activities necessary to utilize the resources of an organization to meet the needs of its customers. (4 Credit Hours)
View the Operations Management course overview.
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