2019-2020 Graduate and Continuing Education Catalog 
    
    Aug 07, 2020  
2019-2020 Graduate and Continuing Education Catalog

Master of Business Administration, Concentration in Cyber Security Issues in Business


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The concentration in Cyber Security Issues in Business addresses the cyber threats that face many organizations.  Awareness of threats and managing risks work to decrease vulnerabilities and exposure that left unchecked, may damage an organization’s brand, credibility, and value.

In addition to the requirements of the Master of Business Administration, students must complete the following courses*:

*Cyber course substitutions may be approved on a case by case basis.

Degree Plan


Degree Plan for Master of Business Administration
Concentration in Cyber Security Issues in Business

 
Fall
Spring
Summer
First Year
 
 
 
MGT567: Creative Problem-Solving (3 credits) 
X
 
 
MGT540: Social Justice and Business Ethics (3 credits) 
X
 
 
MGT503: Business Law (3 credits) 
 
X
 
MGT558: Management of Cyber Opportunities and Threats (3 credits)
 
X
 
MGT510: Managing Business Operations (3 credits)
 
 
X
MGT561: Financial Management (3 credits) or
MGT552: Non-Profit Financial Management (3 credits)
 
 
X
Second Year
 
 
 
MGT502: Managing in a Global Economy (3 credits)
X
 
 
MGT562: Managerial Accounting (3 credits)
X
 
 
MGT530: Building Value Through Marketing (3 credits) or
MGT551: Fundraising and Marketing for Non-Profits (3 credits)
 
X
 
ADJ565: Analytic Methods (3 credits) or
ADJ531: Cyberthreat Management (3 credits)
 
X
 
MGT575: Strategic Management and Business Policy (3 credits)
 
 
X
ADJ565: Analytic Methods (3 credits) or
ADJ531: Cyberthreat Management (3 credits)
 
 
X

*Suggested Plan to Complete Degree Requirements


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