Your plan of study may differ depending on which class you begin with.
If you complete each course consecutively and do not defer any courses, you likely can graduate in 15–20 months. Deferring courses (in other words, skipping a module) will delay completing the MBA, so we encourage you not to defer courses—especially core courses—since they prepare you for future electives.
Electives vary each cycle and may not be repeated every cycle. If you're interested in a particular elective, don't defer it, since it may not come around again while you're in the program.
|Jan. 7–8 and 14–15||Corporate Financial Reporting—MBA:8140||Doug DeJong||Core|
|Feb. 4–5 and 11–2||Management in Organizations—MBA:8120||Ning Li||Core|
|Mar. 4–5 and 11–12||Maximizing Team Performance—MGMT:9220||Gale Mote||Elective|
|Apr. 1–2 and 8–9||Managerial Finance—MBA:8180||Art Durnev||Core|
|May 6–7 and 13–14||International Finance—FIN:9240||Erik Lie||Elective|
|June 10–11 and 17–18||Business Analytics—MBA:8150||Jeffrey Ohlmann||Core|
|July 8–9 and 15–16||Operations and Supply Chain—MBA:8240||Barrett Thomas||Core|
|August 12–13 and 19–20||Project Management—MSCI:9185||Patrick Johanns||Elective|