Full-time MBA Students

First Year: Fall Semester

7W1 Modules:
ACCT 60010 Financial Reporting
INSC 60010 Statistical Models 
MANA 60330 Engaging People 
FINA 60010 Financial Management I
BUSI 66100 Career Management & Professional Development

7W2 Modules:
MARK 60010 Marketing Management
INSC 60600 Supply Chain Concepts
BUSI 60050 Global Business
*FINA 70010  Financial Management II
**INSC 60050 Business Analytics

One Week Intensive:
BUSI 60070     Business Simulation

First Year: Spring Semester

8W1 Modules:
*MARK 70010 Marketing Issues & Problems
*INSC 70430 Supply Chain Operations Management
INSC 60020 Managing Operations & Processes
FINA 60020 Managerial Economics 
Plus: 1.5 – 3 hours of electives

8W2 Modules:
ACCT 60020 Managerial Accounting
MANA 60340  Leading Teams and Organizations
Plus: 3 – 4.5 hours of electives

Second Year
19.5 – 22.5 hours of electives plus
MANA 60630 Strategic Management 8W1, Fall 
MANA 60460 Business Ethics, SW1, Fall
MANA 60230 Legal Environment of Business, 8W2, Fall

*Upper level courses that students should take if concentrating in Finance, Marketing or Supply Chain
**Students concentrating in Supply Chain are strongly encouraged to take INSC 60050

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First Year: Fall Semester

8W1 Modules (Weeks 1-89):
ACCT 60010 Financial Reporting
INSC 60010 Statistical Models 
MANA 60330 Engaging People 
FINA 60010 Financial Management I
BUSI 66100 Career Management & Professional Development

8W2 Modules (Weeks 9-15):
MARK 60010 Marketing Management
INSC 60600 Supply Chain Concepts
BUSI 60050 Global Business
*FINA 70010  Financial Management II
**INSC 60050 Business Analytics

One Week Intensive (Week 16):
BUSI 60070     Business Simulation

First Year: Spring Semester

8W1 Modules:
*INSC 70430 Supply Chain Operations Management
INSC 60020 Managing Operations & Processes
FINA 60020 Managerial Economics 
Plus: 1.5 – 3 hours of electives

8W2 Modules:
ACCT 60020 Managerial Accounting
MANA 60340  Leading Teams and Organizations
Plus: 3 – 4.5 hours of electives

Second Year
19.5 – 22.5 hours of electives plus
MANA 60630 Strategic Management 8W1, Fall 
MANA 60460 Business Ethics, SW1, Fall
MANA 60230 Legal Environment of Business, 8W2, Fall

*Upper level courses that students should take if concentrating in Finance, Marketing or Supply Chain
**Students concentrating in Supply Chain are strongly encouraged to take INSC 60050

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First Year: Fall Semester

Three Week Intensive (Weeks 1-3)
ACCT 60010 Financial Reporting
INSC 60010 Statistical Models

(Weeks 1-8):
BUSI 66100     Career Management & Professional Development

6W1 Modules (Weeks 4-9):
FINA 60010 Financial Management 1
MARK 60010 Marketing Management
INSC 60600 Supply Chain Concepts
MANA 60330  Engaging People

6W2 Modules (Weeks 10-15):
BUSI 60050     Global Business
INSC 60020     Managing Operations & Processes
* INSC 60050   Business Analytics

Choose from one of the following:
FINA 70010     Financial Management II
MARK 70010   Marketing Issues & Problems
INSC 70430   Supply Chain Operations Management

One Week Intensive (Week 16):
BUSI 60070     Business Simulation

First Year: Spring Semester

8W1 Modules:
MANA 60460 Business Ethics
ACCT 60020 Accounting for Managerial Planning & Control
Plus: 3 – 4.5 hours of electives

8W2 Modules:
FINA 60020 Managerial Economics
MANA 60340  Leading & Guiding Organizations
Plus: 3 – 4.5 hours of electives

Second Year
19.5 – 22.5 hours of electives plus
MANA 60630 Strategic Management 8W1, Fall AND
MANA 60230 Legal Environment of Business, 8W2, Fall

*Students concentrating in Supply Chain are strongly encouraged to take INSC 60050

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Full-time MBA (FTMBA) students should choose to complete a functionally-based Concentration. The FTMBA has five concentrations – Corporate Finance, Investments, Marketing Management, Brand Management, and Supply and Value Chain Management. The five Concentrations are described below.


CORPORATE FINANCE

Goal: To provide students with a firm understanding of the financial techniques that should be employed when evaluating potential corporate projects.

The student must complete 16.5 credits as specified below:

Year 1: Fall Semester (1.5 credits):

FINA 70010 Financial Management II (1.5 credits) *

Year 1: Spring Semester (3 credits):

FINA 70420 Options and Futures Markets (1.5 credits)
FINA 70520 Risk Management and Financial Engineering (1.5 credits)

* ACCT 70010 is a prerequisite for all finance electives

Year 2: Fall Semester (Choose 6  of the following credits):

FINA 70563 International Finance (3 credits)
FINA 70513 Security Analysis (3 credits)
FINA70533 Portfolio Management (3 credits) 
FINA 70523 Financial Modeling (3 credits)

Year 2: Spring Semester (6 credits):

ACCT 70153 Financial Statement Analysis (3 credits)
FINA 70543 Advanced Financial Management (3 credits)

AND 4.5 additional credits from any MBA or MAc elective (7.5 additional credits if the student does not take ACCT 70013).

Total elective credits = 30


INVESTMENTS

Goal: To provide students with a firm understanding of risk, return, and related valuation concepts.

The student must complete 22.5 credits as specified below:

Year 1: Fall Semester (1.5 credits):

FINA 70010 Financial Management II (1.5 credits)

Year 1: Spring Semester (6 credits):

FINA 70583 Topics in Applied Financial Analysis I (3 credits) 
FINA 70420 Options and Futures Markets (1.5 credits)
FINA 70520 Risk Management and Financial Engineering (1.5 credits)

Year 2: Fall Semester (Choose 6 of the following credits)

FINA 70533 Portfolio Management (3 credits)
FINA 70513 Security Analysis (3 credits)
FINA 70183 Educational Investment Fund (3 credits) (See Note 1 below
FINA 70523 Financial Modeling (3 credits)

Year 2: Spring Semester (6 credits)

ACCT 70153 Financial Statement Analysis (3 credits) 

AND 3 credits from the following (if not already taken and counted above):

FINA 70193 Educational Investment Fund (3 credits) (See Note 1 below)
FINA 70470 Real Estate Finance (1.5 credits)
FINA 70570 Real Estate Investment Analysis (1.5 credits)
FINA 70543 Advanced Financial Management (3 credits) 
FINA 70593 Topics in Applied Financial Analysis II (3 credits)
FINA 70523 Financial Modeling (3 credits)

AND 4.5 additional credits from any MBA or MAc elective (7.5 additional credits if the student does not take ACCT 70013).

Total elective credits = 30

Note: Enrollment in the Educational Investment Fund (EIF) is a two-semester commitment. Both FINA 70183 and FINA 70193 must be taken in successive semesters to receive credit for the EIF.


STRATEGIC MARKETING AND BRAND MANAGEMENT

Goal: To prepare students for integrating a customer-focused perspective into the strategic management of an organization, and for the responsibilities of managing a product, brand or unit of a firm. This include both strategic and tactical decisions. The student must complete 16.5 credits as specified below:

Year 1: Spring Semester (4.5 credits):
MARK 70110 Marketing Analytics (1.5 credits) Spring
MARK 70770 Marketing Research (1.5 credits) Spring
MARK 70120 Customer Insights (1.5 credits) Spring

Year 2: Fall Semester (Choose 6 of the following credits):
MARK 70720 New Product Development (1.5 credits)
MARK 70730 Brand Management (1.5 credits)
MARK 70710 Design Thinking (1.5 credits) 
MARK 70390 Social Media and Content Marketing
MARK 70970 Special Topics in Marketing

Year 2: Spring Semester (Choose 6 of the following credits):
MARK 70303 Field Project in Managing Products and Brands (1.5 credits) 
MARK 70200 Customer Relationship Management
MARK 70210 Analytics for Innovation
MARK 70970 Special Topics in Marketing

Marketing courses offered in Maymester and intercession also count toward this emphasis.
 
AND 13.5 credits from any MBA or MAc elective
Total elective credits = 30

 


SUPPLY AND VALUE CHAIN MANAGEMENT

Goal: To prepare students to work in the area of Supply and Value Chain Management at firms with extensive supply, materials, and distribution management activities. Firms in service or manufacturing, retailing, and transportation industries, as well as major consulting and technology companies, are potential employers for supply and value chain graduates.

The student must complete 18 credits as specified below:

Year 1: Spring Semester (3 credits)

INSC 70630 Demand Forecasting Management (1.5 credits)
INSC 70650 Strategic Sourcing and Procurement (1.5 credits) 

Year 2: Fall Semester (4.5 credits)

INSC 70620 Supply Chain Information Tools and Technologies (1.5 credits)
INSC 70610 Logistics and Transportation (1.5 credits)
INSC 70640 Global Supply Chain Management (1.5 credits)
INSC 70430 Supply Chain Operations Management (1.5 credits)

Year 2: Spring Semester (4.5 credits)

INSC 71003 Project Management (3 credits)
INSC 70660 Supply and Value Chain Strategy (1.5 credits)

AND 3 credits from the following:

INSC 71020 Six Sigma Green Belt for Managers (1.5 credits)  
ACCT 70020 Strategic Cost Analysis (1.5 credits)
FINA 70563 International Finance (3 credits)
MANA 70610 Essentials of Negotiation (1.5 credits)
MANA 70760 Transformational Leadership (1.5 credits)
MARK 70720 New Product Development (1.5 credits)
MARK 70140 Managing Service Excellence (1.5 credits)
MARK 70200 Customer Relationship Marketing (1.5 credits)
MARK 70750 International Marketing (1.5 credits)

AND 12 credits from any MBA or MAc elective

Total elective credits = 30

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We are delighted to offer a 7.5 credit hour Analytics Certificate that you have the option to pursue as part of your MBA studies. As you continue to plan your electives in the coming semesters, please take note of the requirements below if you wish to receive an Analytics Certificate.

Requirements
The following 4.5 credit hours are required for an Analytics Certificate:

  • INSC 60010 Statistical Models (1.5)
  • INSC 60050 Business Analytics (1.5)
  • INSC 60070 Data Visualization (1.5)

Students must also complete 3.0 credit hours from the following list of electives. While scheduling decisions are always subject to change, I have indicated the semester and time frame when each of these classes are tentatively scheduled to be offered next.

  • BUSI 70200 - Business Intelligence and Accounting Analytics (1.5) – fall daytime
  • FINA 70523 - Financial Modeling (3) – spring (probably evening)
  • INSC 71110 - Predictive Analytics with SAP (1.5) – intersession
  • INSC 71130 - Data Analytics Simulation (1.5) - intersession
  • MANA 70970 - People Analytics (1.5) – spring (possibly daytime and evening)
  • MARK 70110 - Marketing Analytics (1.5) – spring daytime
  • MARK 70200 - Customer Relationship Marketing (1.5) – fall daytime  
  • MARK 70210 - Analytics for Innovation (1.5) – spring daytime
  • MARK 70390 - Digital Marketing Analytics (1.5) – spring daytime
  • MARK 70770 - Marketing Research (1.5) – fall evening and spring daytime
  • MARK 70720 - New Product Development (1.5) – summer evening and fall daytime

Not all of these classes will be offered at times that work for every student. Our intention is to schedule classes such that every student has the opportunity to complete the certificate over a two year period.

Students in both the FTMBA and PMBA programs may elect to complete an industry-based Emphasis. The five available Emphasis areas are: Business Consulting, Entrepreneurship, Real Estate, Health Care, and Energy. Some Emphases may not be available in both the FTMBA and PMBA programs. The five Emphasis areas are described below.

CONSULTING

Goal:  To prepare students for careers as business consultants who can provide consulting services for a broad range of business activities.

The student must complete 9 credits as specified below:

MANA 70773 Consulting Applications (N&A, 3 credits), 1st Year
MANA 70870 Practice and Profession of Consulting (1.5 credits), 2nd Year 
INSC 71000 Project Management (3 credits), 2nd Year

AND 3 credits from the following:

MANA 70760 Transformational Leadership (1.5 credits)
MANA 70740 Managing Conflict for Results (1.5 credits)
MARK 70770 Marketing Research (1.5 credits)


ENTREPRENEURSHIP 

Goal:  To prepare students for careers as entrepreneurs by developing their abilities to recognize and evaluate opportunities, acquire resources, create enterprises, and manage entrepreneurial organizations.

The student must complete 9 credits as specified below:

MANA 70513 Venture Ideas (3 credits) 
MANA 70523 New Venture Planning (3 credits) 

AND 3 credits from the following:

ACCT 70153 Financial Statement Analysis (3 credits)
FINA 70543 Advanced Financial Management (3 credits)
MANA 70610 Essentials of Negotiation (1.5 credits)
MARK 70720 New Product Development (1.5 credits)


HEALTH CARE

Goal:  To prepare students for careers in the health care field by developing their understanding of the U.S. health care system at the firm, industry, and public policy levels.

The student must complete 6 credit hours as specified below:

A minimum of 3.0 credits from courses taught at TCU
MANA 72140 Health Care in the U.S. (1.5 credits)
INSC 72470 Health Care Improvement Science (1.5 credits)
BUSI 72460 Health Care Markets (1.5 credits)
MARK 70710 Design Thinking

A maximum of 3.0 credit hours may be selected from the following courses taught at UNT Health Science Center
BUSI 70970 Special Problems:
Health Finance (3 credits)
Health Economics (3 credits)
Health Services Management (3 credits)
Health Insurance and Managed Care (3 credits)
Biomedical Aspects of Health Disparities (3 credits)

Neeley Graduate Programs provides our students interactive, hands-on Excel training presented by DFW Excel Experts. These sessions help students take their Excel skills to the next level, allowing you to understand the business context and connect the business need to a technology solution.

Excel Intermediate Part 1

Overview

This class is designed for people who have a basic knowledge of Excel, and who want to increase their knowledge of the practical uses of Excel. By the completion of this class, participants will have a thorough knowledge of using Excel to manage data in multiple sheets in an Excel workbook. Excel Intermediate Part 1 is focused on managing your data through the use of a variety of Excel features and functions. After taking this class, we highly recommend taking the Excel Intermediate Part 2 class which is focused on presenting your data.

Prerequisites

Participants must have basic knowledge of entering data, formatting and simple formulas.

Class Outline

  1. Cell References
  2. Tables
  3. Range Names
  4. Functions Overview
    • Date and Time Functions
    • Statistical Functions
    • Text Functions
    • Logical Functions
    • Lookup Functions
  5. Flash Fill
  6. Advanced Sorting and Advanced Filtering of Data

Excel Intermediate Part 2

Overview

This class is designed for people who have basic knowledge of Excel, and who want to improve the presentation of data in Excel. Excel provides many tools for analyzing data however it is often a challenge to present the data in a meaningful way for others to use. By the completion of this class participants will have a thorough knowledge of Excel data presentations tools including Data Validation, Conditional Formatting, Advanced Charts, PivotTables, and PivotCharts. This is the second half of our Excel Intermediate Class. The Excel Intermediate Part 1 is focused on managing your data through the use of a variety of Excel features and functions, while the Excel Intermediate Part 2 class is focused on presenting your data.

Prerequisites

Participants must have basic knowledge of entering data, formatting and simple formulas. Participants should be familiar with the topics covered in the Excel Intermediate Part 1 class.

Class Outline

  1. Data Validation
    • Understanding Data Validation
    • Data Validation Rule Setting
    • Data Validation Tool Tips
    • Data Validation Custom Error Messages
  2. Conditional Formatting
    • Understanding Conditional Formatting
    • Highlight Cell Rules
    • Top/Bottom Rules
    • Data Bars
    • Color Scales
    • Icon Sets
    • Custom Rules
    • Advanced Rules based on Formulas
    • Creating a Schedule (Gantt chart) using Conditional Formatting
  3. Advanced Charts
    • Waterfall Chart
    • Histogram Chart
    • Pareto Chart
    • Box & Whisker Chart
    • Treeman Chart
    • Sunburst Chart
    • Sparkline Cell Chart
  4. PivotTable Fundamentals
    • Preparing the Data
    • Anatomy of a PivotTable
    • Slicing and Dicing with a PivotTable
    • Grouping Data
    • Sorting Data
    • Custom PivotTable Field Names
    • PivotTable Slicers
    • PivotCache
    • Refreshing Data
  5. PivotTable Calculations
    • Customize Subtotals
    • Showing Values as Calculations
    • Calculated Fields
    • Calculated Items
  6. PivotCharts
    • Creating a PivotChart
    • PivotChart Control Buttons
    • PivotChart and PivotTable Filters

Summer '21
Matriculation
Accelerated Full-time MBA
Degree Plan
Semester
Hours
  SU 21 MARK 60011 Marketing Fundamentals (1 hour)
INSC 60011 Supply Chain Mgmt Fundamentals (1 hour)
FINA 60011 Finance Fundamentals (1 hour)
BUSI 60070 Business Simulation (1.5 hours)
4.5
Year 1 FL21 Electives (4.5-7.5 hours, day or night)
BUSI 66100 Career Mgmt & Prof Development (1.5 hours)
MANA 60630 Strategic Management (1.5 hours, day)
MANA 60230 Legal Environment of Business (1.5 hours, night)
BUSI 60050 Global Environment of Business (1.5 hours, night)
Local Internship (non-credit)
10.5-13.5
WINT22 Winter Intersession - International trip (3 hours); potentially another
1.5 hours via a Winter Intersession module
3-4.5
SP 22 Electives (10.5 to 15 hours, day or night)
MANA 60460 Business Ethics (1.5 hours, day)
FINA 60020 Managerial Economics (1.5 hours, day)
13.5-18

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Summer '20
Matriculation
Accelerated Full-time MBA
Degree Plan
Semester
Hours
  SU 20 MARK 60011 Marketing Fundamentals (1 hour)
INSC 60011 Supply Chain Mgmt Fundamentals (1 hour)
FINA 60011 Finance Fundamentals (1 hour)
BUSI 60070 Business Simulation (1.5 hours)
4.5
Year 1 FL20 Electives (4.5-7.5 hours, day or night)
BUSI 66100 Career Mgmt & Prof Development (1.5 hours)
MANA 60630 Strategic Management (1.5 hours, day)
MANA 60230 Legal Environment of Business (1.5 hours, night)
BUSI 60050 Global Environment of Business (1.5 hours, night)
Local Internship (non-credit)
10.5-13.5
WINT21 Winter Intersession - International trip (3 hours); potentially another
1.5 hours via a Winter Intersession module
3-4.5
SP 21 Electives (10.5 to 15 hours, day or night)
MANA 60460 Business Ethics (1.5 hours, day)
FINA 60020 Managerial Economics (1.5 hours, day)
13.5-18

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Summer '19
Matriculation
Accelerated Full-time MBA
Degree Plan
Semester
Hours
  SU 19 MARK 60011 Marketing Fundamentals (1 hour)
INSC 60011 Supply Chain Mgmt Fundamentals (1 hour)
FINA 60011 Finance Fundamentals (1 hour)
BUSI 60070 Business Simulation (1.5 hours)
4.5
Year 1 FL19 Electives (4.5-7.5 hours, day or night)
BUSI 66100 Career Mgmt & Prof Development (1.5 hours)
MANA 60630 Strategic Management (1.5 hours, day)
MANA 60230 Legal Environment of Business (1.5 hours, night)
BUSI 60050 Global Environment of Business (1.5 hours, night)
Local Internship (non-credit, October 27 - January 16)
10.5-13.5
WINT19 Winter Intersession - International trip (3 hours); potentially another
1.5 hours via a Winter Intersession module
3-4.5
SP 20

Electives (10.5 to 15 hours, day or night)
MANA 60460 Business Ethics (1.5 hours, day)
FINA 60020 Managerial Economics (1.5 hours, day)

13.5-18

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Full-time MBA (FTMBA) students should choose to complete a functionally-based Concentration. The FTMBA has five concentrations – Corporate Finance, Investments, Marketing Management, Brand Management, and Supply and Value Chain Management. The five Concentrations are described below.


CORPORATE FINANCE

Goal: To provide students with a firm understanding of the financial techniques that should be employed when evaluating potential corporate projects.

The student must complete 16.5 credits as specified below:

Year 1: Fall Semester (1.5 credits):

FINA 70010 Financial Management II (1.5 credits) *

Year 1: Spring Semester (3 credits):

FINA 70420 Options and Futures Markets (1.5 credits)
FINA 70520 Risk Management and Financial Engineering (1.5 credits)

* ACCT 70010 is a prerequisite for all finance electives

Year 2: Fall Semester (Choose 6  of the following credits):

FINA 70563 International Finance (3 credits)
FINA 70513 Security Analysis (3 credits)
FINA70533 Portfolio Management (3 credits) 
FINA 70523 Financial Modeling (3 credits)

Year 2: Spring Semester (6 credits):

ACCT 70153 Financial Statement Analysis (3 credits)
FINA 70543 Advanced Financial Management (3 credits)

AND 4.5 additional credits from any MBA or MAc elective (7.5 additional credits if the student does not take ACCT 70013).

Total elective credits = 30


INVESTMENTS

Goal: To provide students with a firm understanding of risk, return, and related valuation concepts.

The student must complete 22.5 credits as specified below:

Year 1: Fall Semester (1.5 credits):

FINA 70010 Financial Management II (1.5 credits)

Year 1: Spring Semester (6 credits):

FINA 70583 Topics in Applied Financial Analysis I (3 credits) 
FINA 70420 Options and Futures Markets (1.5 credits)
FINA 70520 Risk Management and Financial Engineering (1.5 credits)

Year 2: Fall Semester (Choose 6 of the following credits)

FINA 70533 Portfolio Management (3 credits)
FINA 70513 Security Analysis (3 credits)
FINA 70183 Educational Investment Fund (3 credits) (See Note 1 below
FINA 70523 Financial Modeling (3 credits)

Year 2: Spring Semester (6 credits)

ACCT 70153 Financial Statement Analysis (3 credits) 

AND 3 credits from the following (if not already taken and counted above):

FINA 70193 Educational Investment Fund (3 credits) (See Note 1 below)
FINA 70470 Real Estate Finance (1.5 credits)
FINA 70570 Real Estate Investment Analysis (1.5 credits)
FINA 70543 Advanced Financial Management (3 credits) 
FINA 70593 Topics in Applied Financial Analysis II (3 credits)
FINA 70523 Financial Modeling (3 credits)

AND 4.5 additional credits from any MBA or MAc elective (7.5 additional credits if the student does not take ACCT 70013).

Total elective credits = 30

Note: Enrollment in the Educational Investment Fund (EIF) is a two-semester commitment. Both FINA 70183 and FINA 70193 must be taken in successive semesters to receive credit for the EIF.


STRATEGIC MARKETING AND BRAND MANAGEMENT

Goal: To prepare students for integrating a customer-focused perspective into the strategic management of an organization, and for the responsibilities of managing a product, brand or unit of a firm. This include both strategic and tactical decisions. The student must complete 16.5 credits as specified below:

Year 1: Spring Semester (4.5 credits):
MARK 70110 Marketing Analytics (1.5 credits) Spring
MARK 70770 Marketing Research (1.5 credits) Spring
MARK 70120 Customer Insights (1.5 credits) Spring

Year 2: Fall Semester (Choose 6 of the following credits):
MARK 70720 New Product Development (1.5 credits)
MARK 70730 Brand Management (1.5 credits)
MARK 70710 Design Thinking (1.5 credits) 
MARK 70390 Social Media and Content Marketing
MARK 70970 Special Topics in Marketing

Year 2: Spring Semester (Choose 6 of the following credits):
MARK 70303 Field Project in Managing Products and Brands (1.5 credits) 
MARK 70200 Customer Relationship Management
MARK 70210 Analytics for Innovation
MARK 70970 Special Topics in Marketing

Marketing courses offered in Maymester and intercession also count toward this emphasis.
 
AND 13.5 credits from any MBA or MAc elective
Total elective credits = 30

 


SUPPLY AND VALUE CHAIN MANAGEMENT

Goal: To prepare students to work in the area of Supply and Value Chain Management at firms with extensive supply, materials, and distribution management activities. Firms in service or manufacturing, retailing, and transportation industries, as well as major consulting and technology companies, are potential employers for supply and value chain graduates.

The student must complete 18 credits as specified below:

Year 1: Spring Semester (3 credits)

INSC 70630 Demand Forecasting Management (1.5 credits)
INSC 70650 Strategic Sourcing and Procurement (1.5 credits) 

Year 2: Fall Semester (4.5 credits)

INSC 70620 Supply Chain Information Tools and Technologies (1.5 credits)
INSC 70610 Logistics and Transportation (1.5 credits)
INSC 70640 Global Supply Chain Management (1.5 credits)
INSC 70430 Supply Chain Operations Management (1.5 credits)

Year 2: Spring Semester (4.5 credits)

INSC 71003 Project Management (3 credits)
INSC 70660 Supply and Value Chain Strategy (1.5 credits)

AND 3 credits from the following:

INSC 71020 Six Sigma Green Belt for Managers (1.5 credits)  
ACCT 70020 Strategic Cost Analysis (1.5 credits)
FINA 70563 International Finance (3 credits)
MANA 70610 Essentials of Negotiation (1.5 credits)
MANA 70760 Transformational Leadership (1.5 credits)
MARK 70720 New Product Development (1.5 credits)
MARK 70140 Managing Service Excellence (1.5 credits)
MARK 70200 Customer Relationship Marketing (1.5 credits)
MARK 70750 International Marketing (1.5 credits)

AND 12 credits from any MBA or MAc elective

Total elective credits = 30

Click here to download as a PDF.

Students in both the FTMBA and PMBA programs may elect to complete an industry-based Emphasis. The five available Emphasis areas are: Business Consulting, Entrepreneurship, Real Estate, Health Care, and Energy. Some Emphases may not be available in both the FTMBA and PMBA programs. The five Emphasis areas are described below.

CONSULTING

Goal:  To prepare students for careers as business consultants who can provide consulting services for a broad range of business activities.

The student must complete 9 credits as specified below:

MANA 70773 Consulting Applications (N&A, 3 credits), 1st Year
MANA 70870 Practice and Profession of Consulting (1.5 credits), 2nd Year 
INSC 71000 Project Management (3 credits), 2nd Year

AND 3 credits from the following:

MANA 70760 Transformational Leadership (1.5 credits)
MANA 70740 Managing Conflict for Results (1.5 credits)
MARK 70770 Marketing Research (1.5 credits)


ENTREPRENEURSHIP 

Goal:  To prepare students for careers as entrepreneurs by developing their abilities to recognize and evaluate opportunities, acquire resources, create enterprises, and manage entrepreneurial organizations.

The student must complete 9 credits as specified below:

MANA 70513 Venture Ideas (3 credits) 
MANA 70523 New Venture Planning (3 credits) 

AND 3 credits from the following:

ACCT 70153 Financial Statement Analysis (3 credits)
FINA 70543 Advanced Financial Management (3 credits)
MANA 70610 Essentials of Negotiation (1.5 credits)
MARK 70720 New Product Development (1.5 credits)


HEALTH CARE

Goal:  To prepare students for careers in the health care field by developing their understanding of the U.S. health care system at the firm, industry, and public policy levels.

The student must complete 6 credit hours as specified below:

A minimum of 3.0 credits from courses taught at TCU
MANA 72140 Health Care in the U.S. (1.5 credits)
INSC 72470 Health Care Improvement Science (1.5 credits)
BUSI 72460 Health Care Markets (1.5 credits)
MARK 70710 Design Thinking

A maximum of 3.0 credit hours may be selected from the following courses taught at UNT Health Science Center
BUSI 70970 Special Problems:
Health Finance (3 credits)
Health Economics (3 credits)
Health Services Management (3 credits)
Health Insurance and Managed Care (3 credits)
Biomedical Aspects of Health Disparities (3 credits)

Neeley Graduate Programs provides our students interactive, hands-on Excel training presented by DFW Excel Experts. These sessions help students take their Excel skills to the next level, allowing you to understand the business context and connect the business need to a technology solution.

Excel Intermediate Part 1

Overview

This class is designed for people who have a basic knowledge of Excel, and who want to increase their knowledge of the practical uses of Excel. By the completion of this class, participants will have a thorough knowledge of using Excel to manage data in multiple sheets in an Excel workbook. Excel Intermediate Part 1 is focused on managing your data through the use of a variety of Excel features and functions. After taking this class, we highly recommend taking the Excel Intermediate Part 2 class which is focused on presenting your data.

Prerequisites

Participants must have basic knowledge of entering data, formatting and simple formulas.

Class Outline

  1. Cell References
  2. Tables
  3. Range Names
  4. Functions Overview
    • Date and Time Functions
    • Statistical Functions
    • Text Functions
    • Logical Functions
    • Lookup Functions
  5. Flash Fill
  6. Advanced Sorting and Advanced Filtering of Data

Excel Intermediate Part 2

Overview

This class is designed for people who have basic knowledge of Excel, and who want to improve the presentation of data in Excel. Excel provides many tools for analyzing data however it is often a challenge to present the data in a meaningful way for others to use. By the completion of this class participants will have a thorough knowledge of Excel data presentations tools including Data Validation, Conditional Formatting, Advanced Charts, PivotTables, and PivotCharts. This is the second half of our Excel Intermediate Class. The Excel Intermediate Part 1 is focused on managing your data through the use of a variety of Excel features and functions, while the Excel Intermediate Part 2 class is focused on presenting your data.

Prerequisites

Participants must have basic knowledge of entering data, formatting and simple formulas. Participants should be familiar with the topics covered in the Excel Intermediate Part 1 class.

Class Outline

  1. Data Validation
    • Understanding Data Validation
    • Data Validation Rule Setting
    • Data Validation Tool Tips
    • Data Validation Custom Error Messages
  2. Conditional Formatting
    • Understanding Conditional Formatting
    • Highlight Cell Rules
    • Top/Bottom Rules
    • Data Bars
    • Color Scales
    • Icon Sets
    • Custom Rules
    • Advanced Rules based on Formulas
    • Creating a Schedule (Gantt chart) using Conditional Formatting
  3. Advanced Charts
    • Waterfall Chart
    • Histogram Chart
    • Pareto Chart
    • Box & Whisker Chart
    • Treeman Chart
    • Sunburst Chart
    • Sparkline Cell Chart
  4. PivotTable Fundamentals
    • Preparing the Data
    • Anatomy of a PivotTable
    • Slicing and Dicing with a PivotTable
    • Grouping Data
    • Sorting Data
    • Custom PivotTable Field Names
    • PivotTable Slicers
    • PivotCache
    • Refreshing Data
  5. PivotTable Calculations
    • Customize Subtotals
    • Showing Values as Calculations
    • Calculated Fields
    • Calculated Items
  6. PivotCharts
    • Creating a PivotChart
    • PivotChart Control Buttons
    • PivotChart and PivotTable Filters

Professional MBA Students

Professional MBA students who entered spring 2021

Spring '21
Matriculation
Professional MBA Degree Plan Semester
Hours
Year 1 SP 21 Electives (1.5 hours)
MANA 60460 Business Ethics (1.5 hours)
MARK 60010 Marketing Management (1.5 hours)
INSC 60600 Supply Chain Concepts (1.5 hours)
6
MAY 21 Intersession - Summer Term  
SU 21 INSC 60050 Business Analytics (1.5 hours) tentative schedule
INSC 60010 Statistical Models (1.5 hours)
INSC 60020 Managing Operations & Processes (1.5 hours)
FINA 60020 Managerial Economics (1.5 hours)
6
Year 2 FL 21 MANA 60350 Essentials of Motivation (1.5 hours)
MANA 60230 Legal Environment of Business (1.5 hours)
BUSI 60050 Global Environment of Business (1.5 hours)
ACCT 60010 Financial Reporting (1.5 hours)
ACCT 60020 Acctounting for Managerial Planning & Control (1.5 hours)
7.5
WINT 22 Winter Intersession  
SP 22 FINA 60013 Management of Financial Resoures (3 hours)
MANA 60670 Strategy Formulation (1.5 hours)
MANA 60680 Strategy Implementation (1.5 hours)
6
MAY 22 Intersession - Summer Term  
SU 22 Electives (3 hours)
INSC 60040 Managing Information Technology (1.5 hours)
BUSI 60070 Business Simulation (1.5 hours)
6
Year 3 FL 22 31.5 hours are specified above. 42 total hours are required. The additional
10.5 hours may be taken in fall or spring mini-terms, on international trips,
or in over-loaded semesters (i.e., semesters of more than 6 hours).  If
additional hours are needed, they may be taken here.
 

 

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Professional MBA students who entered fall 2020

Fall '20
Matriculation
Professional MBA Degree Plan Semester
Hours
Year 1 FL20 ACCT 60010 Financial Reporting (1.5 hours)
MANA 60350 Essentials of Motivation (1.5 hours)
ACCT 60020 Accounting for Managerial Planning & Control (1.5 hours)
BUSI 60050 Global Environment of Business (1.5 hours)
6
WINT21 Compressed Electives - Intersession  
SP 21 FINA 60013 Management of Financial Resources (3 hours)
MARK 60010 Marketing Management (1.5 hours)
INSC 60600 Supply Chain Concepts (1.5 hours)
6
May 21 Compressed Elective - Summer  
SU 21 Electives (1.5 hours)
INSC 60010 Statistical Models (1.5 hours)
INSC 60020 Managing Operations & Processes (1.5 hours)
FINA 60020 Managerial Economics (1.5 hours)
6
Year 2 FL 21 Electives (3 hours)
MANA 60230 Legal Environment of Business (1.5 hours)
INSC 60050 Business Analytics (1.5 hours)
6
WINT 22 Compressed Electives - Intersession  
SP 22 Electives (1.5 hours)
INSC 60040 Managing Information Technology (1.5 hours)
MANA 60670 Strategy Formulation (1.5 hours)
MANA 60680 Strategy Implementation (1.5 hours)
6
MAY 22 Compressed Electives - Summer  
SU 22 Electives (3 hours)
MANA 60460 Business Ethics (1.5 hours)
BUSI 60070 Business Simulation (1.5 hours)
6
Year 3 FL 22 36 hours are specified above. 42 total hours are required. The additional
6 hours may be taken in fall or spring mini-terms, in international trips,
or in over-loaded semesters (i.e., semesters of more than 6 hours).  If
additional hours are needed, they may be taken here...
 

 

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Professional MBA students who entered spring 2020

Spring '20
Matriculation
Professional MBA Degree Plan Semester
Hours
Year 1 SP 20 ACCT 60010 Financial Reporting (1.5 hours)
MARK 60010 Marketing Management (1.5 hours)
ACCT 60020 Accounting for Managerial Planning & Control (1.5 hours)
INSC 60600 Supply Chain Concepts (1.5 hours)
6
MAY20 Spring Intersession  
SU 20 Electives (1.5 hours)
INSC 60010 Statistical Models (1.5 hours)
FINA 60020 Managerial Economics (1.5 hours)
INSC 60020 Managing Operations & Processes (1.5 hours)
6
Year 2 FL 20 MANA 60350 Essentials of Motivation (1.5 hours)
MANA 60230 Legal Environment of Business (1.5 hours)
BUSI 60050 Global Environment of Business (1.5 hours)
INSC 60050 Business Analytics (1.5 hours)
6
WINT 21 Winter Intersession  
SP 21 FINA 60013 Management of Financial Resources (3 hours)
INSC 60040 Managing Information Technology (1.5 hours)
MANA 60670 Strategy Formulation (1.5 hours)
MANA 60680 Strategy Implementation (1.5 hours)
7.5
MAY 21 Spring Intersession  
SU 21 Electives (3 hours)
MANA 60460 Business Ethics (1.5 hours)
BUSI 60070 Business Simulation (1.5 hours)
6
Year 3 FL 21 31.5 hours are specified above. 48 total hours are required. The additional
16.5 hours needed to complete the program may be taken in winter or spring 
intersessions, on international trips or in over-loaded semesters 
(i.e., semesters of more than 6 hours).  If additional hours are needed, they 
may be taken here...
 

 

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Professional MBA students who entered fall 2019

Fall '19
Matriculation
Professional MBA Degree Plan Semester
Hours
Year 1 FL19 ACCT 60010 Financial Reporting (1.5 hours)
MANA 60350 Essentials of Motivation (1.5 hours)
ACCT 60020 Accounting for Managerial Planning & Control (1.5 hours)
BUSI 60050 Global Environment of Business (1.5 hours)
6
WINT19 Winter Intersession  
SP 20 FINA 60013 Management of Financial Resources (3 hours)
MARK 60010 Marketing Management (1.5 hours)
INSC 60600 Supply Chain Concepts (1.5 hours)
6
May 20 Spring Intersession  
SU 20 Electives (1.5 hours)
INSC 60010 Statistical Models (1.5 hours)
INSC 60020 Managing Operations & Processes (1.5 hours)
FINA 60020 Managerial Economics (1.5 hours)
6
Year 2 FL 20 Electives (3 hours)
MANA 60230 Legal Environment of Business (1.5 hours)
INSC 60050 Business Analytics (1.5 hours)
6
WINT 20 Winter Intersession  
SP 21 Electives (1.5 hours)
INSC 60040 Managing Information Technology (1.5 hours)
MANA 60670 Strategy Formulation (1.5 hours)
MANA 60680 Strategy Implementation (1.5 hours)
6
MAY 21 Spring Intersession  
SU 21 Electives (3 hours)
MANA 60460 Business Ethics (1.5 hours)
BUSI 60070 Business Simulation (1.5 hours)
6
Year 3 FL 21 36 hours are specified above. 48 total hours are required. The additional
12 hours may be taken in fall or spring mini-terms, in international trips,
or in over-loaded semesters (i.e., semesters of more than 6 hours).  If
additional hours are needed, they may be taken here...
 
WINT 21 Winter Intersession  
SP 22  If additional hours are needed to reach 48 total hours, they may be taken
in this third spring semester.
 

 

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Professional MBA students who entered fall 2018

 

Fall '18
Matriculation
Professional MBA Degree Plan Semester
Hours
Year 1 FL18

ACCT 60010 Financial Reporting (1.5 hours)
MANA 60350 Competitive Advantage through People (1.5 hours)
ACCT 60020 Accounting for Managerial Planning & Control (1.5 hours)
BUSI 60050 Global Environment of Business (1.5 hours)

6
WINT18 Winter Intersession  
SP 19 FINA 60013 Management of Financial Resources (3 hours)
MARK 60010 Marketing Management (1.5 hours)
INSC 60600 Supply Chain Concepts (1.5 hours)
6
May 19 Spring Intersession  
SU 19 INSC 60013 Data Analysis for Managerial Decisions (3 hours)
INSC 60020 Managing Operations & Processes (1.5 hours)
FINA 60020 Managerial Economics (1.5 hours)
6
Year 2 FL 19 Electives (3 hours)
MANA 60230 Legal Environment of Business (1.5 hours)
INSC 60050 Business Analytics (1.5 hours)
6
WINT 19 Winter Intersession  
SP 20 Electives (1.5 hours)
INSC 60040 Managing Information Technology (1.5 hours)
MANA 60670 Strategy Formulation (1.5 hours)
MANA 60680 Strategy Implementation (1.5 hours)
6
MAY 20 Spring Intersession  
SU 20 Electives (3 hours)
MANA 60460 Business Ethics (1.5 hours)
BUSI 60070 Business Simulation (1.5 hours)
6
Year 3 FL 20 36 hours are specified above. 48 total hours are required. The additional
12 hours may be taken in fall or spring mini-terms, in international trips,
or in over-loaded semesters (i.e., semesters of more than 6 hours).  If
additional hours are needed, they may be taken here...
 
WINT 20 Winter Intersession  
SP 21  If additional hours are needed to reach 48 total hours, they may be taken
in this third spring semester.
 

 

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Students in both the FTMBA and PMBA programs may elect to complete an industry-based Emphasis. The five available Emphasis areas are: Business Consulting, Entrepreneurship, Real Estate, Health Care, and Energy. Some Emphases may not be available in both the FTMBA and PMBA programs. The five Emphasis areas are described below.

CONSULTING

Goal:  To prepare students for careers as business consultants who can provide consulting services for a broad range of business activities.

The student must complete 9 credits as specified below:

MANA 70773 Consulting Applications (N&A, 3 credits), 1st Year
MANA 70870 Practice and Profession of Consulting (1.5 credits), 2nd Year 
INSC 71000 Project Management (3 credits), 2nd Year

AND 3 credits from the following:

MANA 70760 Transformational Leadership (1.5 credits)
MANA 70740 Managing Conflict for Results (1.5 credits)
MARK 70770 Marketing Research (1.5 credits)


ENTREPRENEURSHIP 

Goal:  To prepare students for careers as entrepreneurs by developing their abilities to recognize and evaluate opportunities, acquire resources, create enterprises, and manage entrepreneurial organizations.

The student must complete 9 credits as specified below:

MANA 70513 Venture Ideas (3 credits) 
MANA 70523 New Venture Planning (3 credits) 

AND 3 credits from the following:

ACCT 70153 Financial Statement Analysis (3 credits)
FINA 70543 Advanced Financial Management (3 credits)
MANA 70610 Essentials of Negotiation (1.5 credits)
MARK 70720 New Product Development (1.5 credits)


HEALTH CARE

Goal:  To prepare students for careers in the health care field by developing their understanding of the U.S. health care system at the firm, industry, and public policy levels.

The student must complete 6 credit hours as specified below:

A minimum of 3.0 credits from courses taught at TCU
MANA 72140 Health Care in the U.S. (1.5 credits)
INSC 72470 Health Care Improvement Science (1.5 credits)
BUSI 72460 Health Care Markets (1.5 credits)
MARK 70710 Design Thinking

A maximum of 3.0 credit hours may be selected from the following courses taught at UNT Health Science Center
BUSI 70970 Special Problems:
Health Finance (3 credits)
Health Economics (3 credits)
Health Services Management (3 credits)
Health Insurance and Managed Care (3 credits)
Biomedical Aspects of Health Disparities (3 credits)

Students in the Professional MBA (PMBA) may choose to complete a functionally-based Specialization. The PMBA has three Specializations – Finance, Marketing, and Supply and Value Chain Management. Each Specialization is 9 credit hours beyond any related foundational course included in the core. The three Specializations are described below.

FINANCE

The student must complete 9 credits from the following:

FINA 70470 Real Estate Finance and Investments I (1.5 credits)
FINA 70570 Real Estate Finance and Investments II (1.5 credits)
FINA 70513 Security Analysis (3 credits) 
FINA 70533 Portfolio Management (3 credits) 
FINA 70563 International Finance (3 credits) 
FINA 70523 Financial Modeling (3 credits) 
FINA 70420 Options and Futures Markets (1.5 credits)
FINA 70520 Risk Management and Financial Engineering (1.5 credits) 
FINA 70583 Topics in Applied Financial Analysis I (3 credits)
FINA 70593 Topics in Applied Financial Analysis II (3 credits) 

AND 10.5 additional credits from any MBA elective


MARKETING

The student must complete 9 credits from the following:

MARK 70130 Creativity and Innovation (1.5 credits) 
MARK 70140 Managing Service Excellence (1.5 credits) 
MARK 70750 International Marketing (1.5 credits)  
MARK 70800 Marketing Strategy (1.5 credits) 
MARK 70110 Marketing Analytics (1.5 credits) 
MARK 70770 Marketing Research (1.5 credits) 
MARK 70970 Special Problems: Content Marketing & Social Media (1.5 credits)
MARK 70970 Special Problems: Persuasion & Influence (1.5 credits)

AND 10.5 additional credits from any MBA elective


SUPPLY AND VALUE CHAIN MANAGEMENT

The student must complete 9 credits as specified below:

INSC 70660 Supply and Value Chain Strategy (1.5 credits)

AND 7.5 credits from the following:

INSC 60050 Business Analytics (1.5 credits) (if not taken as part of the core) 
INSC 70630 Demand Forecasting Management (1.5 credits)
INSC 70650 Strategic Sourcing and Procurement (1.5 credits)
INSC 70430 Supply Chain Operations Management (1.5 credits)
INSC 70620 Supply Chain Information Tools and Technologies (1.5 credits)
INSC 70610 Logistics and Transportation (1.5 credits)
INSC 70640 Global Supply Chain Management (1.5 credits)
INSC 71003 Project Management (3 credits) 
INSC 71020 Six Sigma Green Belt for Managers (1.5 credits)  

AND 10.5 additional credits from any MBA elective

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Neeley Graduate Programs provides our students interactive, hands-on Excel training presented by DFW Excel Experts. These sessions help students take their Excel skills to the next level, allowing you to understand the business context and connect the business need to a technology solution.

Excel Intermediate Part 1

Overview

This class is designed for people who have a basic knowledge of Excel, and who want to increase their knowledge of the practical uses of Excel. By the completion of this class, participants will have a thorough knowledge of using Excel to manage data in multiple sheets in an Excel workbook. Excel Intermediate Part 1 is focused on managing your data through the use of a variety of Excel features and functions. After taking this class, we highly recommend taking the Excel Intermediate Part 2 class which is focused on presenting your data.

Prerequisites

Participants must have basic knowledge of entering data, formatting and simple formulas.

Class Outline

  1. Cell References
  2. Tables
  3. Range Names
  4. Functions Overview
    • Date and Time Functions
    • Statistical Functions
    • Text Functions
    • Logical Functions
    • Lookup Functions
  5. Flash Fill
  6. Advanced Sorting and Advanced Filtering of Data

Excel Intermediate Part 2

Overview

This class is designed for people who have basic knowledge of Excel, and who want to improve the presentation of data in Excel. Excel provides many tools for analyzing data however it is often a challenge to present the data in a meaningful way for others to use. By the completion of this class participants will have a thorough knowledge of Excel data presentations tools including Data Validation, Conditional Formatting, Advanced Charts, PivotTables, and PivotCharts. This is the second half of our Excel Intermediate Class. The Excel Intermediate Part 1 is focused on managing your data through the use of a variety of Excel features and functions, while the Excel Intermediate Part 2 class is focused on presenting your data.

Prerequisites

Participants must have basic knowledge of entering data, formatting and simple formulas. Participants should be familiar with the topics covered in the Excel Intermediate Part 1 class.

Class Outline

  1. Data Validation
    • Understanding Data Validation
    • Data Validation Rule Setting
    • Data Validation Tool Tips
    • Data Validation Custom Error Messages
  2. Conditional Formatting
    • Understanding Conditional Formatting
    • Highlight Cell Rules
    • Top/Bottom Rules
    • Data Bars
    • Color Scales
    • Icon Sets
    • Custom Rules
    • Advanced Rules based on Formulas
    • Creating a Schedule (Gantt chart) using Conditional Formatting
  3. Advanced Charts
    • Waterfall Chart
    • Histogram Chart
    • Pareto Chart
    • Box & Whisker Chart
    • Treeman Chart
    • Sunburst Chart
    • Sparkline Cell Chart
  4. PivotTable Fundamentals
    • Preparing the Data
    • Anatomy of a PivotTable
    • Slicing and Dicing with a PivotTable
    • Grouping Data
    • Sorting Data
    • Custom PivotTable Field Names
    • PivotTable Slicers
    • PivotCache
    • Refreshing Data
  5. PivotTable Calculations
    • Customize Subtotals
    • Showing Values as Calculations
    • Calculated Fields
    • Calculated Items
  6. PivotCharts
    • Creating a PivotChart
    • PivotChart Control Buttons
    • PivotChart and PivotTable Filters

Accelerated PMBA students who entered summer 2021

Summer '21
Matriculation
Accelerated Professional MBA
Degree Plan
Semester
Hours
  SU 21 MARK 60011 Marketing Fundamentals (1 hour)
INSC 60011 Supply Chain Mgmt Fundamentals (1 hour)
FINA 60011 Finance Fundamentals (1 hour)
BUSI 60070 Business Simulation (1.5 hours)
4.5
Year 1 FL21 Electives (1.5 hours)
INSC 60050/60060 Business Analytics (1.5 hours)
MANA 60230 Legal Environment of Business (1.5 hours)
BUSI 60050 Global Environment of Business (1.5 hours)
6
WINT22 Winter Intersession  
SP 22 Electives (3 hours)
MANA 60670 Strategy Formulation (1.5 hours)
MANA 60680 Strategy Implementation (1.5 hours)
6
May 22 Spring Intersession  
SU 22 Electives (3 hours)
MANA 60460 Business Ethics (1.5 hours)
FINA 60020 Managerial Economics (1.5 hours)
6
Year 2 FL 22 Electives (6 hours) 6
WINT 23 Winter Intersession  
SP 23 28.5 hours are specified above. 36 total hours are required. The
additional 7.5 hours may be taken in fall or spring mini-terms,
in international trips, or in over-loaded semesters (i.e., semesters
of more than 6 hours). If additional hours are needed, they may
be taken here.
7.5

 * 1.5 hours of electives need to be completed during an intersession or on an overload basis.

Click here to download the PDF

Accelerated PMBA students who entered summer 2020

Summer '20
Matriculation
Accelerated Professional MBA
Degree Plan
Semester
Hours
  SU 20 MARK 60011 Marketing Fundamentals (1 hour)
INSC 60011 Supply Chain Mgmt Fundamentals (1 hour)
FINA 60011 Finance Fundamentals (1 hour)
BUSI 60070 Business Simulation (1.5 hours)
4.5
Year 1 FL20 Electives (1.5 hours)
INSC 60050/60060 Business Analytics (1.5 hours)
MANA 60230 Legal Environment of Business (1.5 hours)
BUSI 60050 Global Environment of Business (1.5 hours)
6
WINT21 Winter Intersession  
SP 21 Electives (3 hours)
MANA 60670 Strategy Formulation (1.5 hours)
MANA 60680 Strategy Implementation (1.5 hours)
6
May 21 May Mini-Courses  
SU 21 Electives (3 hours)
MANA 60460 Business Ethics (1.5 hours)
FINA 60020 Managerial Economics (1.5 hours)
6
Year 2 FL 21 Electives (6 hours) 6
WINT 22 Winter Intersession  
SP 22 28.5 hours are specified above. 36 total hours are required. The
additional 7.5 hours may be taken in fall or spring mini-terms,
in international trips, or in over-loaded semesters (i.e., semesters
of more than 6 hours). If additional hours are needed, they may
be taken here.
7.5

 * 1.5 hours of electives need to be completed during an intersession or on an overload basis.

Click here to download the PDF

Accelerated MBA students who entered summer 2019

Summer '19
Matriculation
Accelerated Professional MBA
Degree Plan
Semester
Hours
  SU 19 MARK 60011 Marketing Fundamentals (1 hour)
INSC 60011 Supply Chain Mgmt Fundamentals (1 hour)
FINA 60011 Finance Fundamentals (1 hour)
BUSI 60070 Business Simulation (1.5 hours)
4.5
Year 1 FL19 Electives (3 hours)
MANA 60230 Legal Environment of Business (1.5 hours)
BUSI 60050 Global Environment of Business (1.5 hours)
6
WINT19 Winter Intersession  
SP 20 Electives (3 hours)
MANA 60670 Strategy Formulation (1.5 hours)
MANA 60680 Strategy Implementation (1.5 hours)
6
May 20 Spring Intersession  
SU 20 Electives (3 hours)
MANA 60460 Business Ethics (1.5 hours)
FINA 60020 Managerial Economics (1.5 hours)
6
Year 2 FL 20 Electives (4.5 hours)
INSC 60050/60060 Business Analytics (1.5 hours)
6
WINT 20 Winter Intersession  
SP 21 28.5 hours are specified above. 36 total hours are required. The
additional 7.5 hours may be taken in fall or spring mini-terms,
in international trips, or in over-loaded semesters (i.e., semesters
of more than 6 hours). If additional hours are needed, they may
be taken here.
7.5

 * 1.5 hours of electives need to be completed during an intersession or on an overload basis.

Click here to download the PDF

Accelerated PMBA students who entered summer 2018

 

Summer '18
Matriculation
Accelerated Professional MBA
Degree Plan
Semester
Hours
  SU 18 MARK 60011 Marketing Fundamentals (1 hour)
INSC 60011 Supply Chain Mgmt Fundamentals (1 hour)
FINA 60011 Finance Fundamentals (1 hour)
BUSI 60070 Business Simulation (1.5 hours)
4.5
Year 1 FL18 Electives (3 hours)
MANA 60230 Legal Environment of Business (1.5 hours)
BUSI 60050 Global Environment of Business (1.5 hours)
6
WINT18 Winter Intersession  
SP 19 Electives (3 hours)
MANA 60670 Strategy Formulation (1.5 hours)
MANA 60680 Strategy Implementation (1.5 hours)
6
May 19 Spring Intersession  
SU 19 Electives (3 hours)
MANA 60460 Business Ethics (1.5 hours)
FINA 60020 Managerial Economics (1.5 hours)
6
Year 2 FL 19 Electives (4.5 hours)
INSC 60050/60060 Business Analytics (1.5 hours)
6
WINT 19 Winter Intersession  
SP 20 28.5 hours are specified above. 36 total hours are required. The
additional 7.5 hours may be taken in fall or spring mini-terms,
in international trips, or in over-loaded semesters (i.e., semesters
of more than 6 hours). If additional hours are needed, they may
be taken here.
7.5

 * 1.5 hours of electives need to be completed during an intersession or on an overload basis.

Click here to download the PDF

Students in both the FTMBA and PMBA programs may elect to complete an industry-based Emphasis. The five available Emphasis areas are: Business Consulting, Entrepreneurship, Real Estate, Health Care, and Energy. Some Emphases may not be available in both the FTMBA and PMBA programs. The five Emphasis areas are described below.

CONSULTING

Goal:  To prepare students for careers as business consultants who can provide consulting services for a broad range of business activities.

The student must complete 9 credits as specified below:

MANA 70773 Consulting Applications (N&A, 3 credits), 1st Year
MANA 70870 Practice and Profession of Consulting (1.5 credits), 2nd Year 
INSC 71000 Project Management (3 credits), 2nd Year

AND 3 credits from the following:

MANA 70760 Transformational Leadership (1.5 credits)
MANA 70740 Managing Conflict for Results (1.5 credits)
MARK 70770 Marketing Research (1.5 credits)


ENTREPRENEURSHIP 

Goal:  To prepare students for careers as entrepreneurs by developing their abilities to recognize and evaluate opportunities, acquire resources, create enterprises, and manage entrepreneurial organizations.

The student must complete 9 credits as specified below:

MANA 70513 Venture Ideas (3 credits) 
MANA 70523 New Venture Planning (3 credits) 

AND 3 credits from the following:

ACCT 70153 Financial Statement Analysis (3 credits)
FINA 70543 Advanced Financial Management (3 credits)
MANA 70610 Essentials of Negotiation (1.5 credits)
MARK 70720 New Product Development (1.5 credits)


HEALTH CARE

Goal:  To prepare students for careers in the health care field by developing their understanding of the U.S. health care system at the firm, industry, and public policy levels.

The student must complete 6 credit hours as specified below:

A minimum of 3.0 credits from courses taught at TCU
MANA 72140 Health Care in the U.S. (1.5 credits)
INSC 72470 Health Care Improvement Science (1.5 credits)
BUSI 72460 Health Care Markets (1.5 credits)
MARK 70710 Design Thinking

A maximum of 3.0 credit hours may be selected from the following courses taught at UNT Health Science Center
BUSI 70970 Special Problems:
Health Finance (3 credits)
Health Economics (3 credits)
Health Services Management (3 credits)
Health Insurance and Managed Care (3 credits)
Biomedical Aspects of Health Disparities (3 credits)

Students in the Professional MBA (PMBA) may choose to complete a functionally-based Specialization. The PMBA has three Specializations – Finance, Marketing, and Supply and Value Chain Management. Each Specialization is 9 credit hours beyond any related foundational course included in the core. The three Specializations are described below.

FINANCE

The student must complete 9 credits from the following:

FINA 70470 Real Estate Finance and Investments I (1.5 credits)
FINA 70570 Real Estate Finance and Investments II (1.5 credits)
FINA 70513 Security Analysis (3 credits) 
FINA 70533 Portfolio Management (3 credits) 
FINA 70563 International Finance (3 credits) 
FINA 70523 Financial Modeling (3 credits) 
FINA 70420 Options and Futures Markets (1.5 credits)
FINA 70520 Risk Management and Financial Engineering (1.5 credits) 
FINA 70583 Topics in Applied Financial Analysis I (3 credits)
FINA 70593 Topics in Applied Financial Analysis II (3 credits) 

AND 10.5 additional credits from any MBA elective


MARKETING

The student must complete 9 credits from the following:

MARK 70130 Creativity and Innovation (1.5 credits) 
MARK 70140 Managing Service Excellence (1.5 credits) 
MARK 70750 International Marketing (1.5 credits)  
MARK 70800 Marketing Strategy (1.5 credits) 
MARK 70110 Marketing Analytics (1.5 credits) 
MARK 70770 Marketing Research (1.5 credits) 
MARK 70970 Special Problems: Content Marketing & Social Media (1.5 credits)
MARK 70970 Special Problems: Persuasion & Influence (1.5 credits)

AND 10.5 additional credits from any MBA elective


SUPPLY AND VALUE CHAIN MANAGEMENT

The student must complete 9 credits as specified below:

INSC 70660 Supply and Value Chain Strategy (1.5 credits)

AND 7.5 credits from the following:

INSC 60050 Business Analytics (1.5 credits) (if not taken as part of the core) 
INSC 70630 Demand Forecasting Management (1.5 credits)
INSC 70650 Strategic Sourcing and Procurement (1.5 credits)
INSC 70430 Supply Chain Operations Management (1.5 credits)
INSC 70620 Supply Chain Information Tools and Technologies (1.5 credits)
INSC 70610 Logistics and Transportation (1.5 credits)
INSC 70640 Global Supply Chain Management (1.5 credits)
INSC 71003 Project Management (3 credits) 
INSC 71020 Six Sigma Green Belt for Managers (1.5 credits)  

AND 10.5 additional credits from any MBA elective

Click here to download as a PDF

Neeley Graduate Programs provides our students interactive, hands-on Excel training presented by DFW Excel Experts. These sessions help students take their Excel skills to the next level, allowing you to understand the business context and connect the business need to a technology solution.

Excel Intermediate Part 1

Overview

This class is designed for people who have a basic knowledge of Excel, and who want to increase their knowledge of the practical uses of Excel. By the completion of this class, participants will have a thorough knowledge of using Excel to manage data in multiple sheets in an Excel workbook. Excel Intermediate Part 1 is focused on managing your data through the use of a variety of Excel features and functions. After taking this class, we highly recommend taking the Excel Intermediate Part 2 class which is focused on presenting your data.

Prerequisites

Participants must have basic knowledge of entering data, formatting and simple formulas.

Class Outline

  1. Cell References
  2. Tables
  3. Range Names
  4. Functions Overview
    • Date and Time Functions
    • Statistical Functions
    • Text Functions
    • Logical Functions
    • Lookup Functions
  5. Flash Fill
  6. Advanced Sorting and Advanced Filtering of Data

Excel Intermediate Part 2

Overview

This class is designed for people who have basic knowledge of Excel, and who want to improve the presentation of data in Excel. Excel provides many tools for analyzing data however it is often a challenge to present the data in a meaningful way for others to use. By the completion of this class participants will have a thorough knowledge of Excel data presentations tools including Data Validation, Conditional Formatting, Advanced Charts, PivotTables, and PivotCharts. This is the second half of our Excel Intermediate Class. The Excel Intermediate Part 1 is focused on managing your data through the use of a variety of Excel features and functions, while the Excel Intermediate Part 2 class is focused on presenting your data.

Prerequisites

Participants must have basic knowledge of entering data, formatting and simple formulas. Participants should be familiar with the topics covered in the Excel Intermediate Part 1 class.

Class Outline

  1. Data Validation
    • Understanding Data Validation
    • Data Validation Rule Setting
    • Data Validation Tool Tips
    • Data Validation Custom Error Messages
  2. Conditional Formatting
    • Understanding Conditional Formatting
    • Highlight Cell Rules
    • Top/Bottom Rules
    • Data Bars
    • Color Scales
    • Icon Sets
    • Custom Rules
    • Advanced Rules based on Formulas
    • Creating a Schedule (Gantt chart) using Conditional Formatting
  3. Advanced Charts
    • Waterfall Chart
    • Histogram Chart
    • Pareto Chart
    • Box & Whisker Chart
    • Treeman Chart
    • Sunburst Chart
    • Sparkline Cell Chart
  4. PivotTable Fundamentals
    • Preparing the Data
    • Anatomy of a PivotTable
    • Slicing and Dicing with a PivotTable
    • Grouping Data
    • Sorting Data
    • Custom PivotTable Field Names
    • PivotTable Slicers
    • PivotCache
    • Refreshing Data
  5. PivotTable Calculations
    • Customize Subtotals
    • Showing Values as Calculations
    • Calculated Fields
    • Calculated Items
  6. PivotCharts
    • Creating a PivotChart
    • PivotChart Control Buttons
    • PivotChart and PivotTable Filters

Energy MBA Students

Energy MBA students who entered fall 2021

Fall '21
Matriculation
Energy MBA Degree Plan Semester
Hours
Year 1 FL21 BUSI 70700 Energy in the 21st Century (1.5 hours)
ACCT 60010 Financial Reporting (1.5 hours)
ACCT 60020 Accounting for Managerial Planning & Control (1.5 hours)
MANA 60350 Essentials of Motivation (1.5 hours)
BUSI 60050 Global Environment of Business (1.5 hours)
7.5
WINT22 Compressed Electives - Intersession 3
SP 22 FINA 60013 Management of Financial Resources (3 hours)
MARK 60010 Marketing Management (1.5 hours)
FINA 70610 Energy Macroeconomics (1.5 hours)
INSC 60600 Supply Chain Concepts (1.5 hours)
7.5
May 22 MANA 70663 Global Experience - Energy (3 hours) - Summer 3
SU 22 INSC 60010 Statistical Models (1.5 hours)
MANA 60460 Business Ethics (1.5 hours)
INSC 60020 Managing Operations & Processes (1.5 hours)
BUSI 60070 Business Simulation (1.5 hours)
6
Year 2 FL 22 Electives (1.5 hours)
FINA 70620 Energy Corporate Finance (1.5 hours)
MANA 60230 Legal Environment of Business (1.5 hours)
INSC 60050 Business Analytics (1.5 hours)
6
WINT 23 Compressed Electives - Intersession 1.5
SP 23 INSC 60040 Managing Information Technology (1.5 hours)
MANA 70650 Energy CEO Forum (1.5 hours)
MANA 60670 Strategy Formulation (1.5 hours)
MANA 60680 Strategy Implementation (1.5 hours)
BUSI 70970 Energy Field Study (1.5 hours)
7.5

 

Energy Core Classes Course Typical Term Professor
Energy in the 21st Century BUSI 70700 Su MB4 Bluntzer/Ireland
Energy Corporate Finance FINA 70620 Fall 8W1 Brent Clum
Energy Macro FINA 70610 Spring 8W1 Bates
Energy CEO Forum MANA 70650 Spring 8W2 Palko
Energy Global Experience MANA 70663 MAY Bluntzer
Energy Field Study BUSI 70970 Spring 8W2 Bluntzer
       
Energy Electives Course  Typical Term Professor
Analysis of Current Events: Oil & Gas BUSI 70970 Fall 8W2, Thurs Robert Clarke
Energy Legal & Regulatory MANA 70620 Fall 8W1, Tues Todd Spake
Energy Accounting ACCT 70610 Spring 8W1 Pat Walters
Energy Commodities BUSI 70970 Spring 8W1, Thurs Jay Lauderdale
Renewable Energy Viability BUSI 70970 Winter Intersession Bluntzer/Clay

 

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Energy MBA students who entered fall 2020

Fall '20
Matriculation
Energy MBA Degree Plan Semester
Hours
Year 1 FL20 BUSI 70700 Energy in the 21st Century (1.5 hours)
ACCT 60010 Financial Reporting (1.5 hours)
ACCT 60020 Accounting for Managerial Planning & Control (1.5 hours)
MANA 60350 Essentials of Motivation (1.5 hours)
BUSI 60050 Global Environment of Business (1.5 hours)
7.5
WINT21 Compressed Electives - Intersession 3
SP 21 FINA 60013 Management of Financial Resources (3 hours)
MARK 60010 Marketing Management (1.5 hours)
FINA 70610 Energy Macroeconomics (1.5 hours)
INSC 60600 Supply Chain Concepts (1.5 hours)
7.5
May 21 MANA 70663 Global Experience - Energy (3 hours) - Summer 3
SU 21 INSC 60010 Statistical Models (1.5 hours)
MANA 60460 Business Ethics (1.5 hours)
INSC 60020 Managing Operations & Processes (1.5 hours)
BUSI 60070 Business Simulation (1.5 hours)
6
Year 2 FL 21 Electives (1.5 hours)
FINA 70620 Energy Corporate Finance (1.5 hours)
MANA 60230 Legal Environment of Business (1.5 hours)
INSC 60050 Business Analytics (1.5 hours)
6
WINT 22 Compressed Electives - Intersession 1.5
SP 22 INSC 60040 Managing Information Technology (1.5 hours)
MANA 70650 Energy CEO Forum (1.5 hours)
MANA 60670 Strategy Formulation (1.5 hours)
MANA 60680 Strategy Implementation (1.5 hours)
Energy Field Study (1.5 hours)
7.5

 

Energy Core Classes Course Typical Term Professor
Energy in the 21st Century BUSI 70700 Su MB4 Bluntzer/Ireland
Energy Corporate Finance FINA 70620 Fall 8W1 Brent Clum
Energy Macro FINA 70610 Spring 8W1 Bates
Energy CEO Forum MANA 70650 Spring 8W2 Palko
Energy Global Experience MANA 70663 MAY Bluntzer
Energy Field Study BUSI 70970 Spring 8W2 Bluntzer
       
Energy Electives Course  Typical Term Professor
Analysis of Current Events: Oil & Gas BUSI 70970 Fall 8W2, Thurs Robert Clarke
Energy Legal & Regulatory MANA 70620 Fall 8W1, Tues Todd Spake
Energy Accounting ACCT 70610 Spring 8W1 Pat Walters
Energy Commodities BUSI 70970 Spring 8W1, Thurs Jay Lauderdale
Renewable Energy Viability BUSI 70970 Winter Intersession Bluntzer/Clay

 

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Energy MBA students who entered summer 2019

Summer '19
Matriculation
Energy MBA Degree Plan Semester
Hours
  SU 19 BUSI 70970 Energy in the 21st Century (1.5 hours) 1.5
Year 1 FL19 ACCT 60010 Financial Reporting (1.5 hours)
ACCT 60020 Accounting for Managerial Planning & Control (1.5 hours)
MANA 60350 Essentials of Motivation (1.5 hours)
BUSI 60050 Global Environment of Business (1.5 hours)
6
WINT19 Winter Intersession 3
SP 20 FINA 60013 Management of Financial Resources (3 hours)
MARK 60010 Marketing Management (1.5 hours)
FINA 70610 Energy Macroeconomics (1.5 hours)
INSC 60600 Supply Chain Concepts (1.5 hours)
7.5
Su 20 MANA 70663 Global Experience - Energy (3 hours) 3
SU 20 INSC 60010 Statistical Models (1.5 hours)
MANA 60460 Business Ethics (1.5 hours)
INSC 60020 Managing Operations & Processes (1.5 hours)
BUSI 60070 Business Simulation (1.5 hours)
6
Year 2 FL 20 Electives (1.5 hours)
FINA 70620 Energy Corporate Finance (1.5 hours)
MANA 60230 Legal Environment of Business (1.5 hours)
INSC 60050 Business Analytics (1.5 hours)
6
WINT 20 Winter Intersession 1.5
SP 21 INSC 60040 Managing Information Technology (1.5 hours)
MANA 70650 Energy CEO Forum (1.5 hours)
MANA 60670 Strategy Formulation (1.5 hours)
MANA 60680 Strategy Implementation (1.5 hours)
Energy Field Study (1.5 hours)
7.5

 

Energy Core Classes Course Typical Term Professor
Energy in the 21st Century BUSI 70713 Su MB4 Bluntzer/Ireland
Energy Corporate Finance FINA 70620 Fall 8W1 Brent Clum
Energy Macro FINA 70610 Spring 8W1 Bates
Energy CEO Forum MANA 70650 Spring 8W2 Palko
Energy Global Experience MANA 70663 MAY Bluntzer
Energy Field Study MANA Spring 8W2 Bluntzer
       
Energy Electives Course  Typical Term Professor
Energy Current Events MANA 70620 Fall 8W2, Thurs Robert Clarke
Energy Legal MANA 70970 Fall 8W2, Tues Todd Spake
Energy Accounting ACCT 70610 Spring 8W1 Pat Walters
Energy Commodities BUSI 70970 Spring 8W1, Thurs Jay Lauderdale
Renewable Energy Viability BUSI 70970 Jan 10-12, 2020 Bluntzer/Clay
Global Trip MANA 70663 May 9-16, 2020 Bluntzer

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Energy MBA students who entered summer 2018

Summer '18
Matriculation
Energy MBA Degree Plan Semester
Hours
  SU 18 ACCT 60010 Financial Reporting (1.5 hours)
ACCT 60020 Accounting for Managerial Planning & Control (1.5 hours)
3
Year 1 FL18 BUSI 70970 Energy in the 21st Century (3 hours)
MANA 60350 Competitive Advantage through People (1.5 hours)
BUSI 60050 Global Environment of Business (1.5 hours)
6
WINT18 Winter Intersession  
SP 19 FINA 60013 Management of Financial Resources (3 hours)
MARK 60010 Marketing Management (1.5 hours)
FINA 70610 Energy Macroeconomics (1.5 hours)
INSC 60600 Supply Chain Concepts (1.5 hours)
7.5
Su 19 MANA 70663 Global Experience - Energy (3 hours) 3
SU 19 INSC 60013 Data Analysis for Managerial Decisions (3 hours)
INSC 60020 Managing Operations & Processes (1.5 hours)
FINA 60020 Managerial Economics (1.5 hours)
6
Year 2 FL 19 FINA 70620 Energy Corporate Finance (1.5 hours)
MANA 60230 Legal Environment of Business (1.5 hours)
MANA 70620 Energy Legal & Regulatory Issues (1.5 hours)
INSC 60050 Business Analytics (1.5 hours)
6
WINT 19 Winter Intersession  
SP 20 INSC 60040 Managing Information Technology (1.5 hours)
MANA 70650 Energy CEO Forum (1.5 hours)
MANA 60670 Strategy Formulation (1.5 hours)
MANA 60680 Strategy Implementation (1.5 hours)
ACCT 70610 Energy Accounting (1.5 hours)
7.5
MAY 20 Spring Intersession  
SU 20 MANA 60460 Business Ethics (1.5 hours)
BUSI 60070 Business Simulation (1.5 hours)
3
Year 3 FL 20 42 hours are specified above.  If a student has not taken 6 hours of
electives in Winter or Spring mini-terms, or if the student passed over
a required Fall Energy course, such hours could be taken here.
6

 

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Students in the Professional MBA (PMBA) may choose to complete a functionally-based Specialization. The PMBA has three Specializations – Finance, Marketing, and Supply and Value Chain Management. Each Specialization is 9 credit hours beyond any related foundational course included in the core. The three Specializations are described below.

FINANCE

The student must complete 9 credits from the following:

FINA 70470 Real Estate Finance and Investments I (1.5 credits)
FINA 70570 Real Estate Finance and Investments II (1.5 credits)
FINA 70513 Security Analysis (3 credits) 
FINA 70533 Portfolio Management (3 credits) 
FINA 70563 International Finance (3 credits) 
FINA 70523 Financial Modeling (3 credits) 
FINA 70420 Options and Futures Markets (1.5 credits)
FINA 70520 Risk Management and Financial Engineering (1.5 credits) 
FINA 70583 Topics in Applied Financial Analysis I (3 credits)
FINA 70593 Topics in Applied Financial Analysis II (3 credits) 

AND 10.5 additional credits from any MBA elective


MARKETING

The student must complete 9 credits from the following:

MARK 70130 Creativity and Innovation (1.5 credits) 
MARK 70140 Managing Service Excellence (1.5 credits) 
MARK 70750 International Marketing (1.5 credits)  
MARK 70800 Marketing Strategy (1.5 credits) 
MARK 70110 Marketing Analytics (1.5 credits) 
MARK 70770 Marketing Research (1.5 credits) 
MARK 70970 Special Problems: Content Marketing & Social Media (1.5 credits)
MARK 70970 Special Problems: Persuasion & Influence (1.5 credits)

AND 10.5 additional credits from any MBA elective


SUPPLY AND VALUE CHAIN MANAGEMENT

The student must complete 9 credits as specified below:

INSC 70660 Supply and Value Chain Strategy (1.5 credits)

AND 7.5 credits from the following:

INSC 60050 Business Analytics (1.5 credits) (if not taken as part of the core) 
INSC 70630 Demand Forecasting Management (1.5 credits)
INSC 70650 Strategic Sourcing and Procurement (1.5 credits)
INSC 70430 Supply Chain Operations Management (1.5 credits)
INSC 70620 Supply Chain Information Tools and Technologies (1.5 credits)
INSC 70610 Logistics and Transportation (1.5 credits)
INSC 70640 Global Supply Chain Management (1.5 credits)
INSC 71003 Project Management (3 credits) 
INSC 71020 Six Sigma Green Belt for Managers (1.5 credits)  

AND 10.5 additional credits from any MBA elective

Click here to download as a PDF

Neeley Graduate Programs provides our students interactive, hands-on Excel training presented by DFW Excel Experts. These sessions help students take their Excel skills to the next level, allowing you to understand the business context and connect the business need to a technology solution.

Excel Intermediate Part 1

Overview

This class is designed for people who have a basic knowledge of Excel, and who want to increase their knowledge of the practical uses of Excel. By the completion of this class, participants will have a thorough knowledge of using Excel to manage data in multiple sheets in an Excel workbook. Excel Intermediate Part 1 is focused on managing your data through the use of a variety of Excel features and functions. After taking this class, we highly recommend taking the Excel Intermediate Part 2 class which is focused on presenting your data.

Prerequisites

Participants must have basic knowledge of entering data, formatting and simple formulas.

Class Outline

  1. Cell References
  2. Tables
  3. Range Names
  4. Functions Overview
    • Date and Time Functions
    • Statistical Functions
    • Text Functions
    • Logical Functions
    • Lookup Functions
  5. Flash Fill
  6. Advanced Sorting and Advanced Filtering of Data

Excel Intermediate Part 2

Overview

This class is designed for people who have basic knowledge of Excel, and who want to improve the presentation of data in Excel. Excel provides many tools for analyzing data however it is often a challenge to present the data in a meaningful way for others to use. By the completion of this class participants will have a thorough knowledge of Excel data presentations tools including Data Validation, Conditional Formatting, Advanced Charts, PivotTables, and PivotCharts. This is the second half of our Excel Intermediate Class. The Excel Intermediate Part 1 is focused on managing your data through the use of a variety of Excel features and functions, while the Excel Intermediate Part 2 class is focused on presenting your data.

Prerequisites

Participants must have basic knowledge of entering data, formatting and simple formulas. Participants should be familiar with the topics covered in the Excel Intermediate Part 1 class.

Class Outline

  1. Data Validation
    • Understanding Data Validation
    • Data Validation Rule Setting
    • Data Validation Tool Tips
    • Data Validation Custom Error Messages
  2. Conditional Formatting
    • Understanding Conditional Formatting
    • Highlight Cell Rules
    • Top/Bottom Rules
    • Data Bars
    • Color Scales
    • Icon Sets
    • Custom Rules
    • Advanced Rules based on Formulas
    • Creating a Schedule (Gantt chart) using Conditional Formatting
  3. Advanced Charts
    • Waterfall Chart
    • Histogram Chart
    • Pareto Chart
    • Box & Whisker Chart
    • Treeman Chart
    • Sunburst Chart
    • Sparkline Cell Chart
  4. PivotTable Fundamentals
    • Preparing the Data
    • Anatomy of a PivotTable
    • Slicing and Dicing with a PivotTable
    • Grouping Data
    • Sorting Data
    • Custom PivotTable Field Names
    • PivotTable Slicers
    • PivotCache
    • Refreshing Data
  5. PivotTable Calculations
    • Customize Subtotals
    • Showing Values as Calculations
    • Calculated Fields
    • Calculated Items
  6. PivotCharts
    • Creating a PivotChart
    • PivotChart Control Buttons
    • PivotChart and PivotTable Filters

Accelerated Energy MBA students who entered summer 2021

Summer '21
Matriculation
Accelerated Energy MBA Degree Plan Semester
Hours
  SU 21 MARK 60011 Marketing Fundamentals (1 hour)
INSC 60011 Supply Chain Management Fundamentals (1 hour)
FINA 60011 Finance Fundamentals (1 hour)
3
Year 1 FL21 BUSI 70700 Energy in the 21st Century (1.5 hours)
FINA 70620 Energy Corporate Finance (1.5 hours)
INSC 60050 Business Analytics (1.5 hours)
BUSI 60050 Global Environment of Business (1.5 hours)
6
WINT22 Winter Intersession - Renewable Energy (1.5 hours)
Suggested 1.5 hour elective
3
SP 22 MANA 60670 Strategy Formulation (3 hours)
FINA 70610 Energy Macroeconomics (1.5 hours)
MANA 60680 Strategy Implementation (1.5 hours)
MANA 70650 Energy CEO Forum (1.5 hours)
BUSI 70970 Energy Field Study 
7.5
May 22 MANA 70663 Global Experience - Energy (3 hours) 3
SU 22 Electives (3 hours)
MANA 60460 Business Ethics (1.5 hours)
BUSI 60070 Business Simulation (1.5 hours)
6
Year 2 FL 22 Electives (6 hours)
MANA 60230 Legal Environment of Business (1.5 hours)
7.5

 

Energy Core Classes Course Typical Term Professor
Energy in the 21st Century BUSI 70700 Su MB4 Bluntzer/Ireland
Energy Corporate Finance FINA 70620 Fall 8W1 Brent Clum
Energy Macro FINA 70610 Spring 8W1 Bates
Energy CEO Forum MANA 70650 Spring 8W2 Palko
Energy Global Experience MANA 70663 MAY Bluntzer
Energy Field Study MANA Spring 8W2 Bluntzer
       
Energy Electives Course  Typical Term Professor
Analysis of Current Events MANA 70620 Fall 8W2, Thurs Robert Clarke
Energy Legal and Regulatory MANA 70970 Fall 8W2, Tues Todd Spake
Energy Accounting ACCT 70610 Spring 8W1     Pat Walters
Energy Commodities BUSI 70970 Spring 8W1, Thurs Jay Lauderdale
Renewable Energy Viability BUSI 70970 Jan 10-12, 2020 Bluntzer/Clay

Click here to download the PDF

Accelerated Energy MBA students who entered summer 2020

Summer '20
Matriculation
Accelerated Energy MBA Degree Plan Semester
Hours
  SU 20 MARK 60011 Marketing Fundamentals (1 hour)
INSC 60011 Supply Chain Management Fundamentals (1 hour)
FINA 60011 Finance Fundamentals (1 hour)
BUSI 70700 Energy in the 21st Century (1.5 hours)
4.5
Year 1 FL20 Electives (1.5 hours)
FINA 70620 Energy Corporate Finance (1.5 hours)
INSC 60050 Business Analytics (1.5 hours)
BUSI 60050 Global Environment of Business (1.5 hours)
6
WINT21 Winter Intersession 3
SP 21 MANA 60670 Strategy Formulation (3 hours)
FINA 70610 Energy Macroeconomics (1.5 hours)
MANA 60680 Strategy Implementation (1.5 hours)
MANA 70650 Energy CEO Forum (1.5 hours)
BUSI 70970 Energy Field Study 
7.5
May 21 MANA 70663 Global Experience - Energy (3 hours) 3
SU 21 Electives (3 hours)
MANA 60460 Business Ethics (1.5 hours)
BUSI 60070 Business Simulation (1.5 hours)
6
Year 2 FL 21 Electives (4.5 hours)
MANA 60230 Legal Environment of Business (1.5 hours)
6

 

Energy Core Classes Course Typical Term Professor
Energy in the 21st Century BUSI 70700 Su MB4 Bluntzer/Ireland
Energy Corporate Finance FINA 70620 Fall 8W1 Brent Clum
Energy Macro FINA 70610 Spring 8W1 Bates
Energy CEO Forum MANA 70650 Spring 8W2 Palko
Energy Global Experience MANA 70663 MAY Bluntzer
Energy Field Study MANA Spring 8W2 Bluntzer
       
Energy Electives Course  Typical Term Professor
Energy Current Events MANA 70620 Fall 8W2, Thurs Robert Clarke
Energy Legal  MANA 70970 Fall 8W2, Tues Todd Spake
Energy Accounting ACCT 70610 Spring 8W1     Pat Walters
Energy Commodities BUSI 70970 Spring 8W1, Thurs Jay Lauderdale
Renewable Energy Viability BUSI 70970 Jan 10-12, 2020 Bluntzer/Clay
Global Trip MANA 70663 May 9-16, 2020 Bluntzer

Click here to download the PDF

Accelerated Energy MBA students who entered summer 2019

Summer '19
Matriculation
Accelerated Energy MBA Degree Plan Semester
Hours
  SU 19 MARK 60011 Marketing Fundamentals (1 hour)
INSC 60011 Supply Chain Management Fundamentals (1 hour)
FINA 60011 Finance Fundamentals (1 hour)
BUSI 70970 Energy in the 21st Century (1.5 hours)
4.5
Year 1 FL19 Electives (1.5 hours)
FINA 70620 Energy Corporate Finance (1.5 hours)
MANA 60350 Essentials of Motivation (1.5 hours)
BUSI 60050 Global Environment of Business (1.5 hours)
6
WINT19 Winter Intersession 3
SP 20 MANA 60670 Strategy Formulation (3 hours)
FINA 70610 Energy Macroeconomics (1.5 hours)
MANA 60680 Strategy Implementation (1.5 hours)
MANA 70650 Energy CEO Forum (1.5 hours)
BUSI 70970 Energy Field Study
7.5
Su 20 MANA 70663 Global Experience - Energy (3 hours) 3
SU 20 Electives (3 hours)
MANA 60460 Business Ethics (1.5 hours)
BUSI 60070 Business Simulation (1.5 hours)
6
Year 2 FL 20 Electives (3 hours)
MANA 60230 Legal Environment of Business (1.5 hours)
INSC 60050 Business Analytics (1.5 hours)
6

 

Energy Core Classes Course Typical Term Professor
Energy in the 21st Century BUSI 70713 Su MB4 Bluntzer/Ireland
Energy Corporate Finance FINA 70620 Fall 8W1 Brent Clum
Energy Macro FINA 70610 Spring 8W1 Bates
Energy CEO Forum MANA 70650 Spring 8W2 Palko
Energy Global Experience MANA 70663 MAY Bluntzer
Energy Field Study MANA Spring 8W2 Bluntzer
       
Energy Electives Course  Typical Term Professor
Energy Current Events MANA 70620 Fall 8W2, Thurs Robert Clarke
Energy Legal  MANA 70970 Fall 8W2, Tues Todd Spake
Energy Accounting ACCT 70610 Spring 8W1     Pat Walters
Energy Commodities BUSI 70970 Spring 8W1, Thurs Jay Lauderdale
Renewable Energy Viability BUSI 70970 Jan 10-12, 2020 Bluntzer/Clay
Global Trip MANA 70663 May 9-16, 2020 Bluntzer

Click here to download the PDF

Students in the Professional MBA (PMBA) may choose to complete a functionally-based Specialization. The PMBA has three Specializations – Finance, Marketing, and Supply and Value Chain Management. Each Specialization is 9 credit hours beyond any related foundational course included in the core. The three Specializations are described below.

FINANCE

The student must complete 9 credits from the following:

FINA 70470 Real Estate Finance and Investments I (1.5 credits)
FINA 70570 Real Estate Finance and Investments II (1.5 credits)
FINA 70513 Security Analysis (3 credits) 
FINA 70533 Portfolio Management (3 credits) 
FINA 70563 International Finance (3 credits) 
FINA 70523 Financial Modeling (3 credits) 
FINA 70420 Options and Futures Markets (1.5 credits)
FINA 70520 Risk Management and Financial Engineering (1.5 credits) 
FINA 70583 Topics in Applied Financial Analysis I (3 credits)
FINA 70593 Topics in Applied Financial Analysis II (3 credits) 

AND 10.5 additional credits from any MBA elective


MARKETING

The student must complete 9 credits from the following:

MARK 70130 Creativity and Innovation (1.5 credits) 
MARK 70140 Managing Service Excellence (1.5 credits) 
MARK 70750 International Marketing (1.5 credits)  
MARK 70800 Marketing Strategy (1.5 credits) 
MARK 70110 Marketing Analytics (1.5 credits) 
MARK 70770 Marketing Research (1.5 credits) 
MARK 70970 Special Problems: Content Marketing & Social Media (1.5 credits)
MARK 70970 Special Problems: Persuasion & Influence (1.5 credits)

AND 10.5 additional credits from any MBA elective


SUPPLY AND VALUE CHAIN MANAGEMENT

The student must complete 9 credits as specified below:

INSC 70660 Supply and Value Chain Strategy (1.5 credits)

AND 7.5 credits from the following:

INSC 60050 Business Analytics (1.5 credits) (if not taken as part of the core) 
INSC 70630 Demand Forecasting Management (1.5 credits)
INSC 70650 Strategic Sourcing and Procurement (1.5 credits)
INSC 70430 Supply Chain Operations Management (1.5 credits)
INSC 70620 Supply Chain Information Tools and Technologies (1.5 credits)
INSC 70610 Logistics and Transportation (1.5 credits)
INSC 70640 Global Supply Chain Management (1.5 credits)
INSC 71003 Project Management (3 credits) 
INSC 71020 Six Sigma Green Belt for Managers (1.5 credits)  

AND 10.5 additional credits from any MBA elective

Click here to download as a PDF

Neeley Graduate Programs provides our students interactive, hands-on Excel training presented by DFW Excel Experts. These sessions help students take their Excel skills to the next level, allowing you to understand the business context and connect the business need to a technology solution.

Excel Intermediate Part 1

Overview

This class is designed for people who have a basic knowledge of Excel, and who want to increase their knowledge of the practical uses of Excel. By the completion of this class, participants will have a thorough knowledge of using Excel to manage data in multiple sheets in an Excel workbook. Excel Intermediate Part 1 is focused on managing your data through the use of a variety of Excel features and functions. After taking this class, we highly recommend taking the Excel Intermediate Part 2 class which is focused on presenting your data.

Prerequisites

Participants must have basic knowledge of entering data, formatting and simple formulas.

Class Outline

  1. Cell References
  2. Tables
  3. Range Names
  4. Functions Overview
    • Date and Time Functions
    • Statistical Functions
    • Text Functions
    • Logical Functions
    • Lookup Functions
  5. Flash Fill
  6. Advanced Sorting and Advanced Filtering of Data

Excel Intermediate Part 2

Overview

This class is designed for people who have basic knowledge of Excel, and who want to improve the presentation of data in Excel. Excel provides many tools for analyzing data however it is often a challenge to present the data in a meaningful way for others to use. By the completion of this class participants will have a thorough knowledge of Excel data presentations tools including Data Validation, Conditional Formatting, Advanced Charts, PivotTables, and PivotCharts. This is the second half of our Excel Intermediate Class. The Excel Intermediate Part 1 is focused on managing your data through the use of a variety of Excel features and functions, while the Excel Intermediate Part 2 class is focused on presenting your data.

Prerequisites

Participants must have basic knowledge of entering data, formatting and simple formulas. Participants should be familiar with the topics covered in the Excel Intermediate Part 1 class.

Class Outline

  1. Data Validation
    • Understanding Data Validation
    • Data Validation Rule Setting
    • Data Validation Tool Tips
    • Data Validation Custom Error Messages
  2. Conditional Formatting
    • Understanding Conditional Formatting
    • Highlight Cell Rules
    • Top/Bottom Rules
    • Data Bars
    • Color Scales
    • Icon Sets
    • Custom Rules
    • Advanced Rules based on Formulas
    • Creating a Schedule (Gantt chart) using Conditional Formatting
  3. Advanced Charts
    • Waterfall Chart
    • Histogram Chart
    • Pareto Chart
    • Box & Whisker Chart
    • Treeman Chart
    • Sunburst Chart
    • Sparkline Cell Chart
  4. PivotTable Fundamentals
    • Preparing the Data
    • Anatomy of a PivotTable
    • Slicing and Dicing with a PivotTable
    • Grouping Data
    • Sorting Data
    • Custom PivotTable Field Names
    • PivotTable Slicers
    • PivotCache
    • Refreshing Data
  5. PivotTable Calculations
    • Customize Subtotals
    • Showing Values as Calculations
    • Calculated Fields
    • Calculated Items
  6. PivotCharts
    • Creating a PivotChart
    • PivotChart Control Buttons
    • PivotChart and PivotTable Filters

Health Care MBA Students

Health Care MBA students who entered fall 2021

Fall '21
Matriculation
Health Care MBA
Degree Plan
Semester
Hours
Year 1 FL21 ACCT 60010 Financial Reporting (1.5 hours)
ACCT 60020 Accounting for Managerial Planning & Control (1.5 hours)
MANA 60350 Essentials of Motivation (1.5 hours)
BUSI 60050 Global Environment of Business (1.5 hours)
6
WINT22 Compressed Electives - Intersession
Electives (3 hours)
3
SP 22 MANA 72410 The US Health Care System (1.5 hours)
FINA 60013 Management of Financial Resources (3 hours)
MARK 60010 Marketing Management (1.5 hours)
INSC 60600 Supply Chain Concepts (1.5 hours)
7.5
May 22 Compressed Electives - Summer Term
Electives (3 hours)
3
SU 22 INSC 60010 Statistical Models (1.5 hours)
INSC 60020 Managing Operations & Processes (1.5 hours)
MANA 60460 Business Ethics (1.5 hours)
BUSI 60070 Business Simulation (1.5 hours)
BUSI 72460 Healthcare Markets (1.5 hours)
7.5
Year 2 FL 22 INSC 72470 Health Care Improvement Science (1.5 hours)
MANA 60230 Legal Environment of Business (1.5 hours)
MARK 70970 Design Thinking (1.5 hours)
INSC 60050 Business Analytics (1.5 hours)
6
WINT 23 Compressed Electives - Intersession
MANA 72423 US Health Care Policy (3 hours)
3
SP 23 INSC 60040 Managing Information Technology (1.5 hours)
MANA 72480 Challenges in Health Care Leadership (1.5 hours)
MANA 60670 Strategy Formulation (1.5 hours)
MANA 60680 Strategy Implementation (1.5 hours)
6

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Health Care MBA students who entered fall 2020

Fall '20
Matriculation
Health Care MBA
Degree Plan
Semester
Hours
Year 1 FL20 MANA 72410 The US Health Care System (1.5 hours)
ACCT 60010 Financial Reporting (1.5 hours)
ACCT 60020 Accounting for Managerial Planning & Control (1.5 hours)
MANA 60350 Essentials of Motivation (1.5 hours)
BUSI 60050 Global Environment of Business (1.5 hours)
7.5
WINT21 Compressed Electives - Intersession
MANA 72423 US Health Care Policy (3 hours)
3
SP 21 FINA 60013 Management of Financial Resources (3 hours)
MARK 60010 Marketing Management (1.5 hours)
INSC 60600 Supply Chain Concepts (1.5 hours)
6
May 21 Compressed Electives - Summer Term
Electives (3 hours)
3
SU 21 INSC 60010 Statistical Models (1.5 hours)
INSC 60020 Managing Operations & Processes (1.5 hours)
MANA 60460 Business Ethics (1.5 hours)
BUSI 60070 Business Simulation (1.5 hours)
BUSI 72460 Healthcare Markets (1.5 hours)
7.5
Year 2 FL 21 INSC 72470 Health Care Improvement Science (1.5 hours)
MANA 60230 Legal Environment of Business (1.5 hours)
MARK 70970 Design Thinking (1.5 hours)
INSC 60050 Business Analytics (1.5 hours)
6
WINT 22 Compressed Electives - Intersession
Electives (3 hours)
3
SP 22 INSC 60040 Managing Information Technology (1.5 hours)
MANA 72453 Health Care Integrative Project (1.5 hours)
MANA 60670 Strategy Formulation (1.5 hours)
MANA 60680 Strategy Implementation (1.5 hours)
6

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Heath Care MBA students who entered summer 2019

Summer '19
Matriculation
Health Care MBA
Degree Plan
Semester
Hours
  SU 19 MANA 72410 Health Care in US (1.5 hours)
MANA 72420 US Health Care Policy (3 hours)
4.5
Year 1 FL19 ACCT 60010 Financial Reporting (1.5 hours)
ACCT 60020 Accounting for Managerial Planning & Control (1.5 hours)
MANA 60350 Essentials of Motivation (1.5 hours)
BUSI 60050 Global Environment of Business (1.5 hours)
6
WINT19 Winter Intersession 1.5-3
SP 20 FINA 60013 Management of Financial Resources (3 hours)
MARK 60010 Marketing Management (1.5 hours)
INSC 60600 Supply Chain Concepts (1.5 hours)
BUSI 72460 Healthcare Markets (1.5 hours)
7.5
May 20 Spring Intersession  
SU 20 Elective (1.5 hours)
INSC 60010 Statistical Models (1.5 hours)
INSC 60020 Managing Operations & Processes (1.5 hours)
MANA 60460 Business Ethics (1.5 hours)
BUSI 60070 Business Simulation (1.5 hours)
6
Year 2 FL 20 INSC 72470 Health Care Improvement Science (1.5 hours)
MANA 60230 Legal Environment of Business (1.5 hours)
MARK 70970 Design Thinking (1.5 hours)
INSC 60050 Business Analytics (1.5 hours)
6
WINT 20 Winter Intersession 1.5-3
SP 21 Elective (1.5 hours)
INSC 60040 Managing Information Technology (1.5 hours)
MANA 72453 Health Care Field Project (Capstone 1.5 hours)
MANA 60670 Strategy Formulation (1.5 hours)
MANA 60680 Strategy Implementation (1.5 hours)
7.5

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Neeley Graduate Programs provides our students interactive, hands-on Excel training presented by DFW Excel Experts. These sessions help students take their Excel skills to the next level, allowing you to understand the business context and connect the business need to a technology solution.

Excel Intermediate Part 1

Overview

This class is designed for people who have a basic knowledge of Excel, and who want to increase their knowledge of the practical uses of Excel. By the completion of this class, participants will have a thorough knowledge of using Excel to manage data in multiple sheets in an Excel workbook. Excel Intermediate Part 1 is focused on managing your data through the use of a variety of Excel features and functions. After taking this class, we highly recommend taking the Excel Intermediate Part 2 class which is focused on presenting your data.

Prerequisites

Participants must have basic knowledge of entering data, formatting and simple formulas.

Class Outline

  1. Cell References
  2. Tables
  3. Range Names
  4. Functions Overview
    • Date and Time Functions
    • Statistical Functions
    • Text Functions
    • Logical Functions
    • Lookup Functions
  5. Flash Fill
  6. Advanced Sorting and Advanced Filtering of Data

Excel Intermediate Part 2

Overview

This class is designed for people who have basic knowledge of Excel, and who want to improve the presentation of data in Excel. Excel provides many tools for analyzing data however it is often a challenge to present the data in a meaningful way for others to use. By the completion of this class participants will have a thorough knowledge of Excel data presentations tools including Data Validation, Conditional Formatting, Advanced Charts, PivotTables, and PivotCharts. This is the second half of our Excel Intermediate Class. The Excel Intermediate Part 1 is focused on managing your data through the use of a variety of Excel features and functions, while the Excel Intermediate Part 2 class is focused on presenting your data.

Prerequisites

Participants must have basic knowledge of entering data, formatting and simple formulas. Participants should be familiar with the topics covered in the Excel Intermediate Part 1 class.

Class Outline

  1. Data Validation
    • Understanding Data Validation
    • Data Validation Rule Setting
    • Data Validation Tool Tips
    • Data Validation Custom Error Messages
  2. Conditional Formatting
    • Understanding Conditional Formatting
    • Highlight Cell Rules
    • Top/Bottom Rules
    • Data Bars
    • Color Scales
    • Icon Sets
    • Custom Rules
    • Advanced Rules based on Formulas
    • Creating a Schedule (Gantt chart) using Conditional Formatting
  3. Advanced Charts
    • Waterfall Chart
    • Histogram Chart
    • Pareto Chart
    • Box & Whisker Chart
    • Treeman Chart
    • Sunburst Chart
    • Sparkline Cell Chart
  4. PivotTable Fundamentals
    • Preparing the Data
    • Anatomy of a PivotTable
    • Slicing and Dicing with a PivotTable
    • Grouping Data
    • Sorting Data
    • Custom PivotTable Field Names
    • PivotTable Slicers
    • PivotCache
    • Refreshing Data
  5. PivotTable Calculations
    • Customize Subtotals
    • Showing Values as Calculations
    • Calculated Fields
    • Calculated Items
  6. PivotCharts
    • Creating a PivotChart
    • PivotChart Control Buttons
    • PivotChart and PivotTable Filters

Accelerated Health Care MBA students who entered summer 2021

Summer '21
Matriculation
Accelerated Health Care MBA
Degree Plan
Semester
Hours
  SU 21 MARK 60011 Marketing Fundamentals (1 hour)
INSC 60011 Supply Chain Mgmt Fundamentals (1 hour)
FINA 60011 Finance Fundamentals (1 hour)
MANA 60460 Business Ethics (1.5 hours)
4.5
Year 1 FL 21 MANA 72410 US Health Care System (1.5 hours)
MANA 60350 Essentials of Motivation (1.5 hours)
BUSI 60050 Global Environment of Business (1.5 hours)
MANA 60230 Legal Environment of Business (1.5 hours)
6
WINT 22 Winter Intersession
MANA 72423 US Health Care Policy (3 hours)
3
SP 22 MANA 60670 Strategy Formulation (1.5 hours)
MANA 60680 Strategy Implementation (1.5 hours)
Electives (3 hours)
6
May 22 Option to take electives  
SU 22 Electives (3 hours)
BUSI 72460 Health Care Markets (1.5 hours)
BUSI 60070 Business Simulation (1.5 hours)
6
Year 2 FL 22 INSC 72470 Health Care Improvement Science (1.5 hours)
MARK 70970 Design Thinking (1.5 hours)
INSC 60050 Business Analytics (1.5 hours)
Electives (1.5 hours)
6
FL 22 MANA 72450 Health Care Integrative Project (1.5 hours)
Electives (3 hours)
6

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Accelerated Health Care MBA students who entered summer 2019

Summer '19
Matriculation
Accelerated Health Care MBA
Degree Plan
Semester
Hours
  SU 19 MARK 60011 Marketing Fundamentals (1 hour)
INSC 60011 Supply Chain Mgmt Fundamentals (1 hour)
FINA 60011 Finance Fundamentals (1 hour)
MANA 72410 The US Health Care System (1.5 hours)
MANA 72420 US Health Care Policy (3 hours)
7.5
Year 1 FL19 INSC 72470 Health Care Improvement Science (1.5 hours)
MANA 60350 Competitive Advantage through People (1.5 hours)
MARK 70970 Design Thinking (1.5 hours) 
BUSI 60050 Global Environment of Business (1.5 hours)
6
WINT19 Winter Intersession 3
SP 20 MANA 60670 Strategy Formulation (1.5 hours)
MANA 60680 Strategy Implementation (1.5 hours)
BUSI 72460 Health Care Markets (1.5 hours)
Electives (1.5 hours)
6
May 20 Spring Intersession 1.5
SU 20 Electives (3 hours)
MANA 60460 Business Ethics (1.5 hours)
BUSI 60070 Business Simulation (1.5 hours)
6
Year 2 FL 20 MANA 60230 Legal Environment of Business (1.5 hours)
MANA 72430 Health Care Field Project (1.5 hours)
INSC 60050 Business Analytics (1.5 hours)
Electives (1.5 hours)
6

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Neeley Graduate Programs provides our students interactive, hands-on Excel training presented by DFW Excel Experts. These sessions help students take their Excel skills to the next level, allowing you to understand the business context and connect the business need to a technology solution.

Excel Intermediate Part 1

Overview

This class is designed for people who have a basic knowledge of Excel, and who want to increase their knowledge of the practical uses of Excel. By the completion of this class, participants will have a thorough knowledge of using Excel to manage data in multiple sheets in an Excel workbook. Excel Intermediate Part 1 is focused on managing your data through the use of a variety of Excel features and functions. After taking this class, we highly recommend taking the Excel Intermediate Part 2 class which is focused on presenting your data.

Prerequisites

Participants must have basic knowledge of entering data, formatting and simple formulas.

Class Outline

  1. Cell References
  2. Tables
  3. Range Names
  4. Functions Overview
    • Date and Time Functions
    • Statistical Functions
    • Text Functions
    • Logical Functions
    • Lookup Functions
  5. Flash Fill
  6. Advanced Sorting and Advanced Filtering of Data

Excel Intermediate Part 2

Overview

This class is designed for people who have basic knowledge of Excel, and who want to improve the presentation of data in Excel. Excel provides many tools for analyzing data however it is often a challenge to present the data in a meaningful way for others to use. By the completion of this class participants will have a thorough knowledge of Excel data presentations tools including Data Validation, Conditional Formatting, Advanced Charts, PivotTables, and PivotCharts. This is the second half of our Excel Intermediate Class. The Excel Intermediate Part 1 is focused on managing your data through the use of a variety of Excel features and functions, while the Excel Intermediate Part 2 class is focused on presenting your data.

Prerequisites

Participants must have basic knowledge of entering data, formatting and simple formulas. Participants should be familiar with the topics covered in the Excel Intermediate Part 1 class.

Class Outline

  1. Data Validation
    • Understanding Data Validation
    • Data Validation Rule Setting
    • Data Validation Tool Tips
    • Data Validation Custom Error Messages
  2. Conditional Formatting
    • Understanding Conditional Formatting
    • Highlight Cell Rules
    • Top/Bottom Rules
    • Data Bars
    • Color Scales
    • Icon Sets
    • Custom Rules
    • Advanced Rules based on Formulas
    • Creating a Schedule (Gantt chart) using Conditional Formatting
  3. Advanced Charts
    • Waterfall Chart
    • Histogram Chart
    • Pareto Chart
    • Box & Whisker Chart
    • Treeman Chart
    • Sunburst Chart
    • Sparkline Cell Chart
  4. PivotTable Fundamentals
    • Preparing the Data
    • Anatomy of a PivotTable
    • Slicing and Dicing with a PivotTable
    • Grouping Data
    • Sorting Data
    • Custom PivotTable Field Names
    • PivotTable Slicers
    • PivotCache
    • Refreshing Data
  5. PivotTable Calculations
    • Customize Subtotals
    • Showing Values as Calculations
    • Calculated Fields
    • Calculated Items
  6. PivotCharts
    • Creating a PivotChart
    • PivotChart Control Buttons
    • PivotChart and PivotTable Filters

MS Business Analytics Students

MS Business Analytics students who entered summer 2021

Summer '21
Matriculation
MS Business Analytics Degree Plan Semester
Hours
Summer SU21 ACCT 70970 Accounting Fundamentals (1.5 hours)
MARK 60011 Marketing Fundamentals (1 hour)
FINA 60011 Finance Fundamentals (1 hour)
INSC 60011 Supply Chain Management Fundamentals (1 hour)
BUSI 60070 Business Simulation (1.5 hours)
INSC 60050 Business Analytics (1.5 hours)
7.5
Year 1 FL 21 Electives (up to 6.0 hours)
INSC 60010 Statistical Models (1.5 hours)
INSC 60070 Data Visualization (1.5 hours)
Up to 9
WINT 22 Winter Intersession - Compressed Electives Up to 3
SP 22 BUSI 70970 Capstone (3 hours)
Electives (up to 10.5 hours, will depend on the number of credits
 required to complete a total of 30 credit hours)
Up to 13.5

Electives

  Course # Course Name Credit Hrs
Fall ACCT 70970 Accounting Analytics 1.5
  BUSI 70200 Business Intelligence and Analytics 1.5
  MARK 70770 Marketing Research 1.5
  INSC 70970 Supply Chain Analytics 1.5
       
Winter MARK 70390 Digital Marketing Analytics 1.5
  INSC 71110 Predictive Analytics with SAP 1.5
       
Spring MARK 70210 Analytics for Innovation 1.5
  MARK 70200 Customer Relationship Marketing 1.5
  MANA 70970 People Analytics 1.5
  ACCT 70970 Business Processes and Risk 1.5
  FINA 70523 Financial Modeling 3
  MARK 70110 Marketing Analytics 1.5

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MS Business Analytics students who entered summer 2020

Summer '20
Matriculation
MS Business Analytics Degree Plan Semester
Hours
Summer SU20 ACCT 70970 Accounting Fundamentals (1.5 hours)
MARK 60011 Marketing Fundamentals (1 hour)
FINA 60011 Finance Fundamentals (1 hour)
INSC 60011 Supply Chain Management Fundamentals (1 hour)
BUSI 60070 Business Simulation (1.5 hours)
INSC 60050 Business Analytics (1.5 hours)
7.5
Year 1 FL 20 Electives (up to 6.0 hours)
INSC 60010 Statistical Models (1.5 hours)
INSC 60070 Data Visualization (1.5 hours)
Up to 9
WINT 21 Winter Intersession - Compressed Electives Up to 3
SP 21 BUSI 70970 Capstone (3 hours)
Electives (up to 10.5 hours, will depend on the number of credits
 required to complete a total of 30 credit hours)
Up to 13.5

Electives

  Course # Course Name Credit Hrs
Fall ACCT 70970 Accounting Analytics 1.5
  BUSI 70200 Business Intelligence and Analytics 1.5
  MARK 70770 Marketing Research 1.5
  INSC 70970 Supply Chain Analytics 1.5
       
Winter MARK 70390 Digital Marketing Analytics 1.5
  INSC 71110 Predictive Analytics with SAP 1.5
       
Spring MARK 70210 Analytics for Innovation 1.5
  MARK 70200 Customer Relationship Marketing 1.5
  MANA 70970 People Analytics 1.5
  ACCT 70970 Business Processes and Risk 1.5
  FINA 70523 Financial Modeling 3
  MARK 70110 Marketing Analytics 1.5

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Supply Chain Management Students

MS Supply Chain students who entered summer 2019

2019 MS-Supply Chain Management - 16-Month Semester
Hours
Required
Courses
INSC 60600 Supply Chain Concepts (1.5 hours)
INSC 70150 Leading Supply Chains (1.5 hours)
INSC 70793 Global Supply Chain Experience (3 hours)
INSC 70693 Integrative Field Study (3 hours)
9
Electives
Courses
Electives 21

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Neeley Graduate Programs provides our students interactive, hands-on Excel training presented by DFW Excel Experts. These sessions help students take their Excel skills to the next level, allowing you to understand the business context and connect the business need to a technology solution.

Excel Intermediate Part 1

Overview

This class is designed for people who have a basic knowledge of Excel, and who want to increase their knowledge of the practical uses of Excel. By the completion of this class, participants will have a thorough knowledge of using Excel to manage data in multiple sheets in an Excel workbook. Excel Intermediate Part 1 is focused on managing your data through the use of a variety of Excel features and functions. After taking this class, we highly recommend taking the Excel Intermediate Part 2 class which is focused on presenting your data.

Prerequisites

Participants must have basic knowledge of entering data, formatting and simple formulas.

Class Outline

  1. Cell References
  2. Tables
  3. Range Names
  4. Functions Overview
    • Date and Time Functions
    • Statistical Functions
    • Text Functions
    • Logical Functions
    • Lookup Functions
  5. Flash Fill
  6. Advanced Sorting and Advanced Filtering of Data

Excel Intermediate Part 2

Overview

This class is designed for people who have basic knowledge of Excel, and who want to improve the presentation of data in Excel. Excel provides many tools for analyzing data however it is often a challenge to present the data in a meaningful way for others to use. By the completion of this class participants will have a thorough knowledge of Excel data presentations tools including Data Validation, Conditional Formatting, Advanced Charts, PivotTables, and PivotCharts. This is the second half of our Excel Intermediate Class. The Excel Intermediate Part 1 is focused on managing your data through the use of a variety of Excel features and functions, while the Excel Intermediate Part 2 class is focused on presenting your data.

Prerequisites

Participants must have basic knowledge of entering data, formatting and simple formulas. Participants should be familiar with the topics covered in the Excel Intermediate Part 1 class.

Class Outline

  1. Data Validation
    • Understanding Data Validation
    • Data Validation Rule Setting
    • Data Validation Tool Tips
    • Data Validation Custom Error Messages
  2. Conditional Formatting
    • Understanding Conditional Formatting
    • Highlight Cell Rules
    • Top/Bottom Rules
    • Data Bars
    • Color Scales
    • Icon Sets
    • Custom Rules
    • Advanced Rules based on Formulas
    • Creating a Schedule (Gantt chart) using Conditional Formatting
  3. Advanced Charts
    • Waterfall Chart
    • Histogram Chart
    • Pareto Chart
    • Box & Whisker Chart
    • Treeman Chart
    • Sunburst Chart
    • Sparkline Cell Chart
  4. PivotTable Fundamentals
    • Preparing the Data
    • Anatomy of a PivotTable
    • Slicing and Dicing with a PivotTable
    • Grouping Data
    • Sorting Data
    • Custom PivotTable Field Names
    • PivotTable Slicers
    • PivotCache
    • Refreshing Data
  5. PivotTable Calculations
    • Customize Subtotals
    • Showing Values as Calculations
    • Calculated Fields
    • Calculated Items
  6. PivotCharts
    • Creating a PivotChart
    • PivotChart Control Buttons
    • PivotChart and PivotTable Filters

Supply Chain Certificate students who entered summer 2019

2019 Supply Chain Management - Certificate Program
without Global Emphasis
Semester
Hours
Required
Courses
INSC 60600 Supply Chain Concepts (1.5 hours) 1.5
Electives
Courses
Supply Chain Electives 7.5

 

2019 Supply Chain Management - Certificate Program
with Global Emphasis
Semester
Hours
Required
Courses
INSC 60600 Supply Chain Concepts (1.5 hours)     
INSC 70793 Global Supply Chain Experience (3 hours) 
4.5
Electives
Courses
Supply Chain Electives 7.5

 

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