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MBA Business Law Concentration

Master of Business Administration (MBA) Business Law Concentration
For students interested in how law concepts intersect with business, a concentration in Business Law is available in the MBA program. Students with an interest in Business Law can enhance their MBA by learning about relevant current legal issues or develop their knowledge by exposure to a wide range of corporate and commercial topics.

Degree Requirements

MBA Core courses 24 credit hours

MAN 605

Leadership, Problem Solving and Decision Making

3 cr.

BUS 610

Business and Its Environment

3 cr.

AC 630

Accounting for Decision Makers

3 cr.

FIN 630

Managerial Finance

3 cr.

BIS 610

Information Technology Management and Applications

3 cr.

MAN 610

Organizational Behavior and Theory

3 cr.

BIS 620

Decision Modeling for Analytics

3 cr.

MK 640

Marketing Management

3 cr.

BUS 680

Strategic Management

3 cr.

Total Credit Hours:


Required Concentration Courses 9 credit hours (Undergraduate Degree Accounting)



9 cr.

Total Credit Hours:



Options for Electives (Contact the Law School for specific credit and course description information):

LAW 503 Contracts
LAW 551 Business Organizations
LAW 555 Income Tax I
LAW 611 White Collar Crime
LAW 616 Employee Benefits
LAW 656 Consumer Protection
LAW 674 Employment Discrimination
LAW 685 Bankruptcy
LAW 702 Product Liability
LAW 708 Labor Law
LAW 713 Antitrust Law
LAW 714 Business Planning
LAW 739 Copyright Law
LAW 744 Sales
LAW 749 Worker’s Compensation 
LAW 765 Communications Law
LAW 772 Non-Profit
LAW 794: Employment Law

Total Credit Hours: 36