The Gonzaga MBA is a 33 credit program spread between 23 core credits and 10 elective credits. These courses are designed to provide a strong, comprehensive foundation in business management. Our curriculum is built on an ethical foundation, and you will find the importance of ethics is stressed in each discipline.
Core courses are normally offered every fall, spring, and during one of our two summer sessions.
- MBUS 600: Orientation Workshop (0 credits) required in first semester
- MBUS 610: Economic Environment of the Firm (2 credits)
- MBUS 612: Managing People & Performance (2 credits)
- MBUS 613: Quantitative Methods & Statistical Analysis (3 credits)
- MBUS 614: Business Ethics (2 credits)
- MBUS 624: Finance Theory & Practice (2 credits)
- MBUS 625: Operations Theory & Practice (2 credits)
- MBUS 626: Information Systems Theory & Practice (2 credits)
- MBUS 627: Marketing Theory & Practice (2 credits)
- MBUS 628: Managerial Accounting (2 credits)
- MBUS 629: Corporate Financial Reporting (2 credits)
- MBUS 616: Strategic Management (2 credits) capstone-final semester
Gonzaga MBA students complete approximately a third of the program (10 credits) in elective coursework, allowing the flexibility to tailor the program based on personal and professional goals. Students can pursue an MBA of Choice (general MBA) by designing their own personalized program with elective credits from multiple disciplines or a Finance concentration by completing nine elective credits in that discipline.