For more than 50 years, MSOE’s Rader School of Business has delivered high-quality management programs. The MSOE MBA is an exciting blend of our rich history and innovative spirit, capitalizing on this tradition by supporting a leadership-focused approach. The program is built on an innovative course model that integrates traditional and new MBA content in a way that mirrors application. This allows the learner to apply the content of class-based case analysis, culminating with the application of new knowledge in project-based field experiences during which leadership competencies are shaped and assessed.
MBA program courses
MB-6310 Professional Seminar I: Leadership Education
MB-6000 Distributed Leadership for Effective Organizations
MB-6900 Project Management for Leading Change
MB-6600 Developing and Leveraging Human Capital
MB-6100 Statistical Thinking and Data Analytics
MB-6200 Creating Financial Intelligence
MB-7500 Building Value through Process and Technology
MB-7700 Maximizing Stakeholder Relationships
MB-7800 Strategy, Innovation & Entrepreneurship
MB-6320 Professional Seminar II
MB-6400 Economic Analysis for Decision Making
MB-7900 Strategic Foresight
MB-8110 MBA Project – Phase I
MB-8120 MBA Project – Phase II
MB-8130 MBA Project – Phase III
*MSOE follows an academic quarter system. The 45 quarter credits required in this program equate to approximately 30 semester credits of contact and class time.
The MSOE MBA is designed to develop competencies in a broad range of topics that will allow our graduates to:
- Lead Organizations – organization management and administration
- Lead Others – effective human resource management/development and stakeholder relationships
- Lead Self – personal behavior, characteristics, traits and skills of effective leaders
- Lead for High-Performance – developing a culture and climate that foster high achievement
- Lead Now and for the Future – cultivating mission/vision with input from broad representation of stakeholders
The MBA program was approved by the Higher Learning Commission in November 2013 and also mirrors the standards included in other academic accreditation agencies.
Please contact the program director for a complete list of expected student outcomes and competencies.