Degree Requirements

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from Seattle University's 2017-2018 Graduate Catalog

The program is designed as a 12 month, full-time cohort program requiring the completion of 48 credits including 14 three-credit courses and a six-credit capstone course.

I. Preparatory Work

Students must have completed satisfactory coursework in financial accounting, spreadsheet analysis (excel) and statistics prior to enrollment.

Typically once a student is accepted, they complete any needed prerequisites via Harvard Online courses.  The Bridge MBA program works with all incoming students to identify which Harvard Online classes they will need to complete. Proficiency can be established by previous credit course work in these topics with a grade of B (3.00) or higher, or successful completion of a statistics or financial accounting course offered by the Albers School. Please contact Christina Hughes at hughesc@seattleu.edu with any questions.

II. Required Courses

Fall Quarter

Theme: Language of BusinessCredits
BRMB 5200 Business Economics 3
BRMB 5205 Accounting for Business   3
BRMB 5210 Project Management 3
BRMB 5215 Organizational Behavior 3
Total Credits 12

Activities

  • One week orientation includes:
    • Teaming
    • Placement Center
    • Foundation in MGMT (simulation)
    • Mini-Case Study
  • Business Communications Seminar
  • Service learning project

Winter Quarter

Theme: Analytical ProcessCredits
BRMB 5220 Information Systems in the Digital World 3
BRMB 5225 Financial Management 3
BRMB 5230 Marketing Strategy 3
BRMB 5250 Business Ethics 3
Total Credits 12

Activities

  • Consulting projects in Marketing Strategy
  • Business Plan development across classes
  • Business Communications Seminar

Spring Quarter

Theme: Decision-MakingCredits
BRMB 5235 Operations & Supply Chain Management 3
BRMB 5240 Financial Modeling for Business   3
BRMB 5245 Legal Aspects of Business 3
BRMB 5255 Business Practicum 3
Total Credits 12

Activities

  • Internship/Business Plan Competition
  • Business Communications Seminar

Summer Quarter

Theme: IntegrationCredits
BRMB 5270 Business Strategy-Capstone Course 6
BRMB 5260 Creativity and Innovation 3
BRMB 5265 Collaborative Problem Solving, Negotiation, & Conflict Resolution 3
Total Credits 12

Activities

  • Consulting Project
  • Business Communications Seminar

III. Supplemental Activities

Students are required to complete an approved minimum of extracurricular activities which include participation in the following:

  • Albers Mentor Program
  • Executive Speaker Series
  • Albers Placement Center Workshops: Resumes, Interviewing, Networking, LinkedIn