A General Management concentration allows for a broad selection of any 12 units of MBA electives. Elective courses may be four units or two units each. Studies need not focus on any particular discipline.
This flexibility is ideal for self-directed and highly motivated MBA students hoping to tailor a scholastic experience to their specific and comprehensive interests. Students who select a concentration in General Management have the luxury of choosing from over 140 courses to customize their business school education. Examples of course categories include:
- Accounting (ACCT)
- Economics (ECNM)
- Entrepreneurship (ENTR)
- Finance (FINC)
- Information Systems (ISTM)
- Legal (LGL)
- Marketing (MKTG)
- Organizational Management (OTMT)
- Strategy (STGY)
For a full list of course offerings available to the General Management concentration, please refer to the Academic Catalog, pages 128-164.