Concentrations

Concentrations in the Midland MBA are completed within the 16-month program by taking two courses in a concentrated area of interest during the elective term. A concentration is not required for the completion of the MBA.  A student led bidding process determines the concentrations ran each year which allows students to choose which concentrations are offered. Courses required to fulfill concentrations will be offered providing sufficient student interest.

For all concentrations, if selected to run, will include two elective courses in that area of concentration, but may vary year over year. Students can choose from a growing number of areas of concentration that would be identified as a concentration of study on the final transcript - or choose to take elective courses without a concentration. Concentrations include:

Accounting Concentration (12 credits)

Students may earn a concentration in Accounting by completing Financial Accounting (ACC 512) and Managerial Accounting (ACC 651) and two additional accounting courses during their elective term. Courses may vary, and may include:

  • Advanced Cost Accounting
  • Advanced Financial Accounting
  • Forensic Accounting
  • Project Accounting
  • Auditing

Entrepreneurial Leadership Concentration (12 credits)

Students may earn a concentration in Entrepreneurial Leadership by completing Marketing Management (BUS 521) and Financial Management (BUS632) and two additional courses in entrepreneurial leadership during their elective term. Courses may vary, and may include:

  • Entrepreneurship
  • Sales & Leadership

Finance Concentration (12 credits)

Students may earn a concentration in Finance and Banking by completing Managerial Economics (ECO 511) and Financial Management (FIN 632) and two additional courses in finance or banking during their elective term. Courses may vary, and may include:

  • Financial Strategy for Value Creation
  • Investment Management

Project Management Concentration (12 credits)

Students may earn a concentration in Project Management by completing Operations Management (BUS 641) and Corporate Strategy (BUS 653) and two additional courses in project management during their elective terms. Courses may vary, and may include:

  • Project Management 
  • Business Process Methodologies