Carl H. Lindner College of BusinessCarl H. Lindner College of BusinessUniversity of Cincinnati

Carl H. Lindner College of Business
Lindner MBAGraduate Program Ranking

Lindner MBA Curriculum

The UC MBA is a rigorous, yet customizable experience! The curriculum consists of 36-48 semester hours.

Foundations (10 semester credits)

  • Not required for all students; transcripts will be reviewed for waiver eligibility
  • Available online
  • Courses include:

Course Number
Course Name
Semester Credits
Acct 7000Foundations in Accounting
2
Fin 7000Foundations in Finance1
Econ 7000Foundations in Economics2
BANA 7011Data Analysis2
MGMT 7000Organizations2
MKTG 7000Marketing Foundations1

Core (26 semester credits)

  • Required of all MBA students
  • Courses include:

Course NumberCourse NameSemester Credits
Acct 7012Accounting for Managerial Decisions
3
BANA 7012Decision Models2
Econ 7020Managerial Economics2
FIN 7014Financial Management
3
IS 7011Information and Technology Management
2
OM 7011Management of Operations
2
MGMT 7014Leadership in Organizations2
MGMT7012Strategic Management2
MKTG 7011Marketing for Managers2
BA 7010Corporate Legal and Social Responsibility2
   
Global - requirement can be met with one of a select set of courses2
Capstone - requirement can be met with one of a select set of courses2

 

Electives (12 semester credits)

Students have the option to take a variety of courses or to earn a graduate certificate (see partial list below). For a complete rundown of all certificate options please visit http://business.uc.edu/graduate/certificates/certificate-options.htm

  • Corporate Finance
  • Finance
  • Investment Management
  • Real Estate
  • Marketing
  • Market Research
  • Professional Selling 
  • Retail Management

  • Innovation
  • Operations Excellence
  • Corporate Taxation
  • Individual Taxation
  • Data Analytics
  • Data Sciences
  • Entrepreneurship 

  • International Business
  • Leadership & Management
  • Health Care Administration
  • Health Care Finance
  • Health Care Operations
  • Health Care Policy and Regulation