Business Administration


The Wilmington University MBA Program

The MBA program is based upon the belief that students must understand the complex relationships of the various organizational functions of economics, finance, marketing, operations, and management on a global basis.

The program consists of 12 three-credit hour courses divided into a 7 course common core and a 5 course concentration. The MBA core is required of all students and provides an in-depth and integrated exposure to the fields of economics, finance, accounting, management, leadership, quantitative methods, and business strategy.

Core Requirements:

MBA 6000 Available Online Organizational Behavior and Ethical Leadership

MBA 6100 Available Online Managerial Accounting

MBA 6300 Available Online Quantitative Business Analysis

MBA 6400 Available Online Economic and Financial Environment of Business

MBA 7200 Available Online Financial Management

MBA 7600 Available Online Global Marketing Management

MBA 8800 Available Online Business Strategy

MBA Without a Concentration:

In addition to the MBA core, students complete the following courses:

MBA 7592 Available Online Global Enterprise Development

MGT 6503 Available Online Leadership Development and Change Management

Choose one of the following three courses:

IST 7060 Available Online  Project and Change Management

MBA 7301 Available Online  Business Support Systems

MBA 7302 Available Online Project Management

Two electives * : any two 6000-level or higher graduate business elective


Two elective courses may be taken from any of the electives offered in the graduate business programs. Students should consult with their academic advisor when selecting MBA electives. The MBA without a concentration is the only MBA option with open electives.

* Graduate-level courses taken to meet program admission pre-requisites are not applied towards the 36 credit-hour requirement for MBA degree completion.

This information applies to students who enter this degree program during the 2015-2016 Academic Year. If you entered this degree program before the Fall 2015 semester, please refer to the academic catalog for the year you began your degree program.