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Radford MBA is fully online and courses are delivered asynchronously in 7-week sessions. (Fall A, Fall B, Spring A, Spring B, Summer A, and Summer B). Students have the flexibility to study for course materials whenever they are available in a week.
As an MBA student, you have the option to take one course or two courses a session depending on how your schedule looks for the next 7-weeks. If you take two courses every session you can get your degree in 12 months.
For session start and end dates, you can check the academic calendar on the registrar's website: Fast Track Academic Calendar
MBA courses are offered based on the schedule below.
MBA COURSE SCHEDULE - beginning Fall 2023
|Courses Offered||Fall A||Fall B||Spring A||Spring B||Summer A||Summer B|
|Core Courses||ACTG 611-Accounting for Decision Making and Control||MGNT 624-Operations Management||ECON 651-Managerial Economics||ACTG 611-Accounting for Decision Making and Control||MGNT 624-Operations Management||MGNT 621-Organizational Behavior and Management Skills|
|MKTG 641-Marketing Management||FINC 631-Financial Management||MGNT 685-Strategic Management||MKTG 641-Marketing Management||FINC 631-Financial Management||MGNT 685-Strategic Management|
|BA Electives||MKTG 630-Predictive Analytics & Data Mining||MGNT 622-Prescriptive Analytics & Modeling||MKTG 625-Business Analytics Foundations||MKTG 630-Predictive Analytics & Data Mining||MGNT 622-Prescriptive Analytics & Modeling||MKTG 625-Business Analytics Foundations|
|FINC 651-Financial Analytics: Applications for Data Analysis & Portfolio Construction||ECON 694-Business Forecasting||FINC 651-Financial Analytics: Applications for Data Analysis & Portfolio Construction||ECON 694-Business Forecasting|
|General MBA Electives||FINC 635-International Finance||MKTG 601-Creativity in Business||MGNT 671- AI & ML for Managers||FINC 635-International Finance||MKTG 601-Creativity in Business||MGNT 671- AI & ML for Managers|
|MKTG 671-Digital Marketing Strategies||MGNT 635-Strategic Innovation||MKTG 671-Digital Marketing Strategies||MGNT 635-Strategic Innovation|
MGNT 685 is the Capstone Course. The prerequisites for MGNT 685 are: ACTG 611, FINC 631, MGNT 624, and MKTG 641. Other courses do not have prerequisites.
This schedule is subject to change based on academic needs of Academic Departments and students.
Students in the General MBA Concentration may take either the General Concentration Courses or the Business Analytics Concentration Courses in order to complete their electives.