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The MBA for Business

Businesses in northeast Wisconsin value two qualities above all others in their leaders: the ability to manage organizational change, and the ability to lead people, teams and projects. How do we know that? Because we asked them – and we’ve built our MBA program to meet their needs. Developing the aforementioned qualities will be at the center of your education here.

You’ll also learn best practices in financial management, operations and analytics. You’ll hone your ability to communicate powerfully, to think critically, and to strategize both locally and globally. And, uncommonly, you’ll learn to ground everything in strong business ethics that reflect your values (we are a Catholic, Norbertine institution, after all).

In short, the MBA for Business from the Schneider School will equip you with the ability to lead and manage with skill, impact and integrity.

Course Requirements
All students of the MBA program must complete courses in both core and elective areas.

Core

All students, regardless of undergraduate major, are required to have successfully completed an undergraduate statistics course, typically engineering, business or social sciences statistics, before entry into the Schneider School MBA program.

Core Courses
All admitted students will be required to enroll in BUAD 500, Fundamentals of Accounting and Finance. However, if a student has successfully completed undergraduate accounting and finance coursework, the dean may waive enrollment in BUAD 500. Students are required to complete BUAD 500 as early in the program as possible.

Electives

The MBA for Business option requires students to take nine credit hours of electives. The electives may include upper-level courses from other tracks (BUAD 569, BUAD 579) or may be MBA electives (BUAD 589). Specific topics for these courses change from semester to semester to ensure that students can experience a wide and dynamic range of material. 

Core

All students, regardless of undergraduate major, are required to have successfully completed an undergraduate statistics course, typically engineering, business or social sciences statistics, before entry into the Schneider School MBA program.

Core Courses
All admitted students will be required to enroll in BUAD 500, Fundamentals of Accounting and Finance. However, if a student has successfully completed undergraduate accounting and finance coursework, the dean may waive enrollment in BUAD 500. Students are required to complete BUAD 500 as early in the program as possible.

Electives

The MBA for Business option requires students to take nine credit hours of electives. The electives may include upper-level courses from other tracks (BUAD 569, BUAD 579) or may be MBA electives (BUAD 589). Specific topics for these courses change from semester to semester to ensure that students can experience a wide and dynamic range of material.