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Coursework provides students with knowledge, skills, and abilities to pursue their scholarly interests in management.

Core Curriculum
The courses in the core curriculum provide students with knowledge, skills, and abilities to pursue their scholarly interests in business administration and management. The core includes courses in research methods and statistics, and courses that explore management topics, history and evolution. Students may choose to focus on general management, project management, or acquisition management. The core curriculum comprises 45 semester credit-hours.

Mgt 310* Analytical Techniques in Research
Mgt 320 Philosophical Found. of Knowledge & Research
Mgt 350 Evolution of Management Thought
Mgt 355* Management as a Behavioral Science
Mgt 358 Current Issues in Management
Mgt 359 Managing Modern Business Operations
Mgt 360 International Management
Mgt 365 Economic and Financial Theory
Mgt 366 Leadership and Ethics
Mgt 368 Business-Government Relations
Mgt 395 Technology, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship
Mgt 398* Directed Research and Readings
Mgt 420 Special Topics in Research (Preparation of Research Proposal)

*6 credits; others are 3 credits


Advisory Committee
To guide students through the first phase of the degree program, an advisory committee of at least three faculty members with appropriate terminal degrees will be assigned. The advisory committee also may serve as the Dissertation Committee.

Qualifying Examination
Students must pass a written qualifying examination at the completion of their first 12 credit-hours: Mgt 310, Mgt 320, and Mgt 350. The exam is three hours maximum and must be administered by a UMT-approved proctor. This exam is graded pass/fail and does not factor into the GPA. Students may retake a qualifying examination with the approval of the Academic Dean.

Comprehensive Examination
Students must pass a written comprehensive examination after successfully completing the core curriculum. The exam is three hours maximum and must be administered by a UMT-approved proctor. This exam is graded pass/fail and does not factor into the GPA. Students may retake the exam with the approval of the Academic Dean.