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UWM CIO Office Lubar School of Business Welcome to UWM MBA / MS Information Session Goal of Session: To provide prospective students with a brief overview of the MBA and MS programs offered at UWM
UWM CIO Office Introductions Janice Miller TJ Jeske Matt Jensen Rachael Daniel Jeff Neuhauser Lubar School of Business
UWM CIO Office Lubar School of Business Why UWM? AACSB International Accreditation § § Assures quality and excellence of your degree Promotes improvement in graduate education 35+ years of continuous accreditation Less than 1/3 of U. S. business schools and less than 5% of the more than 11, 000 business schools worldwide have earned AACSB accreditation Doctoral Institution and Faculty Expertise § Distinguished scholars § Specialization in research, teaching, and public service
UWM CIO Office Lubar School of Business Why UWM? Long standing tradition § Over 6, 200 master graduates § Educating business leaders who excel in an increasingly complex business environment § Prominent graduates
UWM CIO Office Lubar School of Business Master of Business Administration The Master of Business Administration (MBA) is a general degree offering an in-depth understanding of management strategy and operations. The MBA provides students with a powerful blend of management theory, functional skills, and practical application that will immediately strengthen your job prospects or career advancement.
UWM CIO Office Lubar School of Business MBA Core Curriculum (24/27 credits) Bus. Mgmt 704 Bus. Mgmt 705 Bus. Mgmt 706 Bus. Mgmt 707 Bus. Mgmt 708 Bus. Mgmt 709 Bus. Mgmt 710 Bus. Mgmt 711 Bus. Mgmt 712 Accounting Analysis & Control Corporate Finance Managing in a Dynamic Environment Information Technology for Competitive Advantage Marketing Strategy: Concepts & Practice Data Analysis for Management Applications Economic Analysis for Managers Competitive Operations Strategy *Strategic Management *Designated integrating course
UWM CIO Office Lubar School of Business MBA Electives (12 – 15 credits) Students in the MBA Program have various options for completion of the elective credits. § § § Career Focused Concentration (15 credits) Elective Track (12 credits) Customized Elective Track (12 credits)
UWM CIO Office Lubar School of Business MBA Career Focused Concentrations (15 credits) § § Global Management Health Care Management Managing Change Supply Chain Management
UWM CIO Office Lubar School of Business MBA Elective Tracks (12 credits) § § § Cost Management & ERP e. Business Entrepreneurship Financial Strategy Global Strategy Information Technology Management § Investment Management § Leadership § Management of Human Resources § Managing Innovations and New Products § Manufacturing and Service Operations Management § Marketing Strategies § Nonprofit Management
UWM CIO Office Lubar School of Business MBA Foundation Courses Applicants admitted to the MBA may be required to complete management foundation coursework. Bus. Adm 700 Bus. Adm 701 Bus. Adm 702 Bus. Adm 703 Building Business Interfacing Skills (2 cr) Business Mathematics (2 cr) Business Statistics (2 cr) Financial Accounting (3 cr)
UWM CIO Office Lubar School of Business Master of Science (MS) The Master of Science in Management (MS) is a specialist degree designed for those wishing to focus on a defined area of business.
UWM CIO Office Lubar School of Business Master of Science (MS) Concentrations • • Accounting Professional Accounting Finance Analysis Information Technology Management • Marketing • Taxation
UWM CIO Office Lubar School of Business MS Foundation Courses Applicants admitted to the MS program, may be required to complete management foundation coursework. Foundations will differ from one MS program to the next. Refer to your packet for additional information or ask one of us.
UWM CIO Office Lubar School of Business Joint Degree Programs • MS. MBA • Masters of Human Resources and Labor Relations • Master of Public Administration • MBA – Ph. D Nursing • Master of Science in Nonprofit Management and Leadership
UWM CIO Office Lubar School of Business Graduate Certificates • • Enterprise Resource Planning Investment Management Nonprofit Management State and Local Taxation (SALT)
UWM CIO Office Lubar School of Business Application Process Students must provide the following to be considered for admission to the Graduate School and Lubar School of Business: 1. Graduate School Application 2. One official copy of transcripts from all institutions attended 3. Reasons for Graduate Study Statement 4. $56. 00 non-refundable application fee 5. Official GMAT Scores
UWM CIO Office Lubar School of Business Admissions Applications are reviewed on an individual basis. Below are the average GMAT scores and average GPA’s of admitted students: Average GMAT 562 Average GPA 3. 24
UWM CIO Office Lubar School of Business GMAT Exam § Proctored at area Pearson Professional Centers – Brookfield, Elm Grove, Madison, Kenosha, Downtown, Eau Claire § § Exam takes 4 hours to complete Cost is $250 Computer adaptive More information is available at www. mba. com You will also receive free software from the testing service once you have scheduled your test
UWM CIO Office Lubar School of Business General Information § Schedule § Evening courses § Most courses meet once a week; Monday – Thursday; 5: 30 pm – 8: 10 pm § Full time – 8 to 12 credits per semester § Part-time - Less than 8 credits § Maximum credit load for Master’s students is 12 credits Cost (packet insert) § § Financial Aid Information Visit www 4. uwm. edu/financialaid/ Visit www. gradschool. uwm. edu/academic
UWM CIO Office Lubar School of Business Student Profile § 600 § 47 § 50 § 38% § 11% § 66% § 57% MBA & MS students Doctoral Students Graduate Certificate students Female; 62% Male Multicultural; 5% International Over the age of 25; average is 31 Part-time; on average, our graduate students enroll in 6 credits each semester § 240 Graduate each year
UWM CIO Office Lubar School of Business Career Services Contact Information: (414) 229 -5445 [email protected] edu Location: Lubar Hall - Room N 203 Staff: Greg Krejci, Director Diane Kavalauskas, Career Advisor Daniel Neuwirth, Career Advisor
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