Colorado State University’s Professional MBA Program is a top quality AACSB accredited program that is globally recognized as portrayed in some of the following Rankings & Ratings:
- The university is ranked in the Top Tier of the US News and World Report’s rankings of “America’s Best Colleges and Universities“.
- The MBA degree is ranked as a 2009 MBA Best Buy ~ GetEducated.com.
- One of top 10 “Best Administered MBA Programs” in the country ~ The Princeton Review.
- One of the top undergraduate business programs in the country for 2009 ~ BusinessWeek magazine.
- One of the top public universities in the US in terms of educational quality and affordability ~ Kiplinger’s Personal Finance.
- One of the top 50 best values for public universities ~ Consumers Digest.
Coursework (GPA: 3.9) that helps to shape my abilities to your organization’s benefit includes:
Business Decision Making
Basic statistical concepts and tools for business modeling in support of decision-making.
Financial and managerial accounting information systems & application of accounting information for decision-making, planning & control.
Financial Reporting and Analysis
Tools and techniques for assessing and predicting the financial condition of the firm, including statement construction, performance evaluation, forecasting and shareholder value analysis.
Leadership, Ethics and Motivation
Leadership and motivational concepts and skills, alternative leadership models, alternative reward systems and performance management.
Tools for Decision Making
Decision making from competitive advantage perspective and utilizing gap analysis framework.
Internal and external corporate communication analysis, strategies, negotiation principles and conflict resolution.
Information management technologies and techniques, including data modeling, database management systems, architecture, retrieval techniques and information quality.
Business Economics for the World Market
Study of corporate strengths and weaknesses; customer, competitor and macro environment.
Financial Principles and Practice
Basic principles and practices of financial management in corporate decision making, including problem solving techniques.
Financial Markets and Investments
Structure, function and operation of financial markets; security valuation methods; diversification and portfolio management; and investment performance analysis.
Supply Chain Management
Value-driven supply chains and its integration with operations.
Knowledge and skills to conduct customer and competitor analysis, segment markets and target attractive segments for product, pricing, distribution and promotion decisions.
Marketing Strategy and Planning
Application of all marketing resources to create superior value for customers and economic profit for the business.
Ethical, Legal, and Regulatory Issues
Addresses the organization’s political, social, and legal environments from historical, theoretical, regulatory and social/ethical perspectives.
Knowledge and skills for managing multinational corporations, dealing with different cultures and leading a global work force.
Competitive strategy of the firm and the issues central to its long- and short-term competitive position including industry analysis and competitive advantage, development of firm-specific resources that contribute to competitive advantage and resource allocation.
Workshops: Contemporary Issues