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Ithaca College Graduate Catalog 2002-2003

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M.B.A. Curriculum

The M.B.A. curriculum consists of 35 credits of graduate study, offered in a single calendar year. M.B.A. candidates complete nine required courses, five of which are in the functional areas of accounting, finance, management, marketing, and operations management. Two required courses address the challenge of managing in a global economy and the integration of functional knowledge in strategic decision making. The two remaining required courses analyze the historical development, present characteristics, and future projections for selected industries. Candidates complete the program by taking three additional elective courses.
Classes begin in August and continue through the first summer session, which ends in late June. Most classes meet from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. Courses scheduled for earlier times are offered in the evening every few years for the benefit of part-time students.
Required courses --- 26 credits

889-60100

Accounting: Financial Reporting and Control

3

889-63200

Corporate Financial Management

3

889-64000

Marketing Management

3

889-65000

Organization and Management

3

889-66000

Operations Management and Advanced Tech.

3

889-62000

Strategic Management

3

889-61000

Managing in a Global Economy

3

889-63000

Industry Analysis I

2

889-63100

Industry Analysis II

3

Elective track --- 9 credits

889-64100

Marketing: Electronic Commerce

3

889-67000

Commercial Law

3

889-67100

Applied Business Law

3

889-69600

Selected Topics in Graduate Business

3

M.B.A. Scholarships

Ithaca College offers a limited number of graduate scholarships to matriculated M.B.A. students. Scholarships range from one-quarter to full tuition, and are awarded on the basis of academic merit. In most cases, scholarship awards are determined by May 1, and recipients will be notified by May 15. Completed applications received by April 15 receive first consideration for scholarships.

Academic Advising

The director of the M.B.A. program serves as the academic adviser for all students enrolled in the program.

Pass/Fail Options

Candidates take all M.B.A. courses for letter grades, with the exception of elective internships, which candidates may elect to take on a pass/fail basis.

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Andrejs Ozolins, Office of Publications, 30. September, 2002