Gonzaga MBA students complete a third of their program in elective coursework, allowing them the flexibility to tailor the program based on personal and professional goals. Students earn a concentration by completing 9 out of eleven elective credits in one specific discipline. Students may also choose to pursue the MBA of Choice (general MBA) and design their own personalized program with elective credits from all disciplines. Below are the concentrations that are currently being offered. For more information about specific coursework, please view our Concentration Declaration Form.
Examples of classes: Advanced Corporate Finance, Mergers & Acquisitions, Investments, Fraud Prevention and Detection, Firms in Financial Distress, Economics of Micro Finance
Examples of classes: Creativity and Intuition, Buyer Behavior, Integrated Marketing and Communications, Persuasion, New Product Development, Ethics in Marketing
Examples of classes: Creating New Ventures, Entrepreneurial Strategy, Social Entrepreneurship, Intellectual Property, Competitive Advantage in a Global Economy
General MBA Electives
Examples of classes: Sustainable Business, Google Analytics, Negotiations, Current Issues in Leadership, Ethics and the Structure of Work, Business Intelligence, Team Building and Leadership