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Evening MBA Year Three Curriculum

The third year of your Evening MBA Program is designed by you and is comprised of 28-32 credits of elective courses of your choosing. Below you will find a list of some of the commonly offered elective courses. Note that not all electives are offered every year or every quarter.

Elective Curriculum
This is a list (categorized by subject area) of some of the elective choices available in the second and third years of your Evening MBA Program. Click on the subject area heading for additional information on electives in that area. A complete list of Michael G. Foster School of Business courses is available on the UW course descriptions website.
Subject Area Courses Offered*
Accounting ACCTG 510 – Introduction to Financial Statement Analysis
ACCTG 511 – Advanced Financial Statement Analysis
Business Administration BA 545 – The Global Business Forum: Current Issues in Global Business
Business Communications BCMU 509 – Finding Your Voice
BCMU 510 – Business Communications for Managers
BCMU 579 – CrossTalk – Communicating Across Cultures and Professions
BCMU 579 – Women at the Top
Business Economics BECON 520 – Financial Markets
BECON 526 – Competing in the Global Economy
BECON 527 – International Finance and Investments
Entrepreneurship ENTRE 509 – Foundations of Entrepreneurship
ENTRE 510 – Entrepreneurial Ventures
ENTRE 521 – Corporate Entrepreneurship
ENTRE 530 – New Venture Creation and Managing Growth
ENTRE 540 – Entrepreneurship Practicum
ENTRE 541 – Technology Commercialization Practicum
ENTRE 542 – Venture Capital Investments
ENTRE 557 – Entrepreneurial Finance
ENTRE 579 – Social Entrepreneurship
ENTRE 600 – Independent Study or Research
Finance FIN 509 – Foundations of Finance
FIN 528 – International Financial Management
FIN 552 – Problems in Corporate Planning and Financing
FIN 553 – Problems in Capital Investment Planning
FIN 555 – Financing Decisions, Payout Policy and Corporate Control
FIN 557 – Entrepreneurial Finance
FIN 558 – Acquisitions and Alliances
FIN 560 – Investments
FIN 561 – Financial Futures and Options Markets
FIN 579 – Personal Financial Planning
Information Systems IS 545 – Database Systems and Applications
IS 579 – Web 2.0 & The New Economy
IS 579 – Business Intelligence and Data Mining
International Business IBUS 509 – Foundations of International Business
IBUS 560 – Multinational Business Management
IBUS 570 – International Study Tour
IBUS 575 – Business Studies Abroad
IBUS 579 – Perspectives on International Business
Management MGMT 511 – Leadership and Coaching Practicum
MGMT 521 – Strategic Management of Technology and Innovation
MGMT 544 – Managing Effectively Across Cultures
MGMT 545 – Leading and Managing High-Performance Organizations
MGMT 546 – High Involvement Employees
MGMT 547 – Successful Negotiations
MGMT 548 – Deal-making in High Velocity Ventures
MGMT 549 – Deal-making in the Global Arena
MGMT 579 – CEO and Board Governance
MGMT 579 – Strategy, Leadership, and Change: Transitions in American Business
Marketing MKTG 505 – Advanced Marketing Strategy
MKTG 510 – New Product Development
MKTG 512 – Consumer Marketing and Brand Management
MKTG 515 – Pricing
MKTG 540 – Advertising and Promotion Management
MKTG 550 – Managing Customer Relationships through Direct Marketing
MKTG 560 – Research for Marketing Decisions
MKTG 565 – Marketing and Decision Models
MKTG 575 – Marketing High-Technology Products
MKTG 579 – Cases in Sustainability
MKTG 579 – Service Marketing
Operations Management OPMGT 535 – Global Logistics Management
OPMGT 536 – Seminar In Global Trade, Transportation, and Logistics
OPMGT 550 – Project Management
OPMGT 579 – Supply Chain Management
Quantitative Methods QMETH 530 – Forecasting Models in Business
QMETH 551 – Modeling with Spreadsheets

*subject to change; not all classes offered every year