MBA Required Curriculum (1st Year)

Financial Reporting and Control (FRC)

Recognizing that accounting is the primary channel for communicating information about the economics of a business, this course provides a broad view of how accounting contributes to an organization.

Students will gain:

  • An understanding of the concepts and language of accounting so it can be used as an effective tool for communication, monitoring, and resource allocation.
  • Mastery of the vocabulary of financial statements and accounting reports.
  • Familiarity with how modern accounting and control theory is used in evaluating economic conditions and making organizational decisions.

MBA Elective Curriculum (2nd Year)

Accounting and Management
Course Title Faculty Name Term Quarter Credits
Business Analysis and Valuation Using Financial Statements Paul M. Healy, Gwen Yu Fall 2014 Q1Q2 3.0
Design Thinking and Innovation (also listed under Entrepreneurial Management and Marketing) Srikant M. Datar, Rajiv Lal Fall 2014 Q1Q2 3.0
Designing Competitive Organizations (also listed under Strategy and General Management) Robert Simons Winter 2015 Q3Q4 3.0
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Doctoral Programs

Faculty from the Accounting and Management unit work with students across several doctoral programs. Detailed curriculum information for each doctoral program associated with this unit can be found on the doctoral programs website:

DBA in Accounting and Management

DBA in Management

PhD in Business Economics