Curriculum Overview

Year One

Build a foundation of current business knowledge and explore possibilities that could reshape the future of business. Travel to Washington, D.C., and speak directly with experts who influence the policies that impact businesses in the U.S. and abroad.

Term Duration Topics
One Aug. to Dec. 2018
  • Leadership Residency in Kansas City
  • Leadership and Organizations
  • Financial Reporting Systems
  • Managerial Economics
  • Operations Management
Two Jan. to May 2019
  • Marketing Management
  • Organizational Finance
  • Applied Statistical Methods
  • Public Policy Context for Business Decisions — Residency in Washington, D.C.

Year Two

Apply what you’ve learned to higher-level business strategy. Put your abilities to the test in an innovation-focused consulting project with a Kansas City-based organization. By the time you go abroad in your final semester, you’ll be ready to test your knowledge in the global landscape.

Term Duration Topics
Three Aug. to Dec. 2019
  • Innovation Residency in Kansas City
  • Influence, Persuasion and Change
  • Strategic Management
  • Leadership Accountability and the Legal Implications
  • Information Technology as a Strategic Tool
Four Jan. to May 2020
  • Electives: Advanced Topics in Finance or Innovation and Entrepreneurship
  • Leadership, Strategy, and Human Resources
  • Integrated Business Strategies
  • Global Initiatives in Management — Global Residency in China

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