Our innovative curriculum is designed specifically to accelerate your progress through this highly-ranked AACSB-accredited MBA program. We do this by integrating courses, identifying key skills and concepts necessary for success in business, and then helping you to master these skills and concepts through class discussions, cases, guest lectures, and projects.
The program includes a New York Residency, a Corporate Consulting Project, and an International Residency.
Four 8-week terms
16 courses total (11 core courses; 5 electives)
Orientation: 8/9 and 8/10 (Durham) and 8/13 (Browne Center retreat)
This orientation offers you a chance to meet faculty, deans, and incoming students, while learning about the year ahead. The orientation culminates with a day-long workshop on 8/13 at the Browne Center, an outdoor education facility at UNH, where you will engage in team-building activities that will help you connect with your MBA cohort.
Term 1: 8/13/2018 - 10/5/2018
ADMN 912 - Managing Yourself & Leading Others
ADMN 919 - Accounting: Financial Reporting, Budgeting, and Analysis
ADMN 926 - Leveraging Technology for Competitive Advantage
ADMN 970 - Economics of Competition
Term 2: 10/15/2018 - 12/11/2018
ADMN 930 - Financial Management: Raising and Investing Money
ADMN 950 - Data Driven Decision
ADMN 960 - Marketing: Building Customer Value
Term 3: 1/14/2019 - 3/8/2019
ADMN 840 - International Business (culminates with International Residency in China)
ADMN 940 - Managing Operations
ELECTIVE (or Internship)
Term 4: 3/18/2019 - 5/9/2019
ADMN 905 - Corporate Consulting Project
ADMN 982 - Creating Winning Strategies (Capstone course)
Term 5: Optional
Students with less than 2 years of full-time work experience are required to complete an MBA Internship in Term 3, extending into Term 4. Students with more than 2 years of full-time work experience can choose to complete an internship, and this is recommended for those who are using their degrees to change industries and/or functions. This internship allows students to gain business experience in a professional setting, working for one company eight hours per week. Students explore the relationship between theory and practice and complete a research project for 3.0 credits.