The D'Amore-McKim Part-Time MBA gives you the flexibility to choose an area of concentration that meets your career objectives. Areas of concentration include:

Corporate Finance

Students are required to take Financial Strategy (3 credits) as well as six credits from the below listed courses*:

Course Name Credits
International Finance Management 3
Investment Banking 3
Mergers and Acquisitions 3
Business Turnarounds 3
Valuation and Value Creation 3
Entrepreneurial Finance 3
Risk Management and Insurance 3
Analyzing Financial Statements to Assess Firm Performance, Strategy, and Value 3
Entrepreneurial Finance, Innovation Valuation, and Private Equity 3

Corporate Renewal

Students must select nine credits from the following courses*:

Course Name Credits
Business Turnarounds 3
Valuation and Value Creation 3
New Product Development 3
Market Focused Strategy 3
Creating an Innovative Organization 3
Negotiations 3
Great Companies 3
Social Entrepreneurship 3

Entrepreneurship

Students are required to take Enterprise Growth and Innovation as well as nine credits from the below listed courses*:

Course Name Credits
Enterprise Growth and Innovation 3
Business Planning for New Ventures 3
Social Enterprise 3
Business Model Design and Innovation 3
Financing Ventures from Early Stage to Exit 3
Family Business Leadership and Governance 3
Competing in Dynamic Innovation-Driven Markets 3
Intellectual Property and Other Legal Aspects of Business and Innovation 3
Corporate Entrepreneurship through Global Growth, Acquisitions, and Alliances 3

Healthcare Management

Students are required to take The American Health Care System (3 credits), Strategic Management for Health Care Organizations (3 credits), and Health Organizations Management (3 credits) as well as three credits from the below listed courses*:

Course Name Credits
Economic Perspectives on Health Policy 3
Introduction to Health Informatics and Health Information Systems 3
Evaluating Health Care Quality 3

International Business

Students are required to take Cultural Aspects of International Business (3 credits) as well as six credits from the below listed courses*:

Course Name Credits
International Financial Management 3
International Marketing 3
Competing to Win in Emerging Markets 3
Global Supply Chain Management 3
International Field Study 3
Becoming a Global Leader 3

Investments

Students are required to take Investment Analysis (3 credits) as well as six credits from the below listed courses*:

Course Name Credits
Financial Risk Management 3
Fixed Income Securities and Risk 3
Investment Banking 3
Real Estate Finance and Investment 3
Personal Financial Planning 3
Portfolio Management 3
Risk Management and Insurance 3
Analyzing Financial Statements to Assess Firm Performance, Strategy, and Value 3

Marketing

Students must select nine credits from the below listed courses*:

Course Name Credits
Marketing Research 3
International Marketing 3
New Product Development 3
Market Focused Strategy 3
Marketing in the Service Sector 3
Digital Marketing 3
Brand and Advertising Management 3
B2B and Strategic Sales 3
Consumer Behavior 3
Special Topics in Marketing 3

Mutual Fund Management

Students are required to take the following courses*:

Course Name Credits
Investment Analysis 3
Portfolio Management 3
Fund Management for Managers, Fund Management for Analysts** 1

**3 total credits required, at least on credit must be from Fund Management for Manager

Supply Chain Management

Students must select nine credits from the below listed courses*:

Course Name Credits
Supply Chain Management 3
The Transportation Industries 3
Global Supply Chain Management 3
Sourcing and Procurement
3
IT Applications in Supply Chain Management 3
Sustainability and Supply Chain Management 3
Executive Roundtable in Supply Chain Management, Managing Emerging Issues in Supply Chain Management** 3

**Students may take either Executive Roundtable in Supply Chain Management or Managing Emerging Issues in Supply Chain Management, but not both.

Technological Entrepreneurship

Students are required to take Enterprise Growth and Innovation (3 credits) as well as nine credits from the below listed courses*:

Course Name Credits
Enterprise Growth and Innovation 3
Business Planning for New Ventures 3
Intellectual Property and Other Legal Aspects of Business and Innovation 3
Emerging and Disruptive Technologies 3
Entrepreneurial Marketing and Selling 3
Lean Design and Development
Managing a Technology Based Business
The Technical Entrepreneur as Leader 3
Entrepreneurial Finance, Innovation Valuation, and Private Equity 3

*Please note: The curriculum is subject to change.

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