The hybrid MBA program is ideal for students looking to advance their careers or pursue new opportunities. Military students can enhance their existing skills while learning how to effectively lead and manage people and organizations.
The program consists of 42 credit hours and is designed to give students the flexibility of online classes as well as valuable in-person instruction and connection. KU may articulate up to six hours of credit for leadership electives completed during the Command and General Staff Officer Course or at other accredited institutions. Courses provide exposure to foundational business concepts and incorporate practical knowledge and experiential learning.
Within the program, students can focus on supply chain management or organizational leadership. The fall and spring semesters are each divided into two eight-week sessions to maximize students' time and experience. Courses are taught either online or in person at KU's Leavenworth location.
MKTG 706: Marketing Management (online)
BE 718: Managerial Economics (online)
MGMT 706: Managing People (online)
BSAN 701: Statistics (in-person)
Note: Students will choose either the Supply Chain Management track or Organizational Leadership track
Supply Chain Management Track
SCM 701: Introduction to Supply Chain Management (online)
SCM 702: Procurement (in-person)
Organizational Leadership Track
MGMT 781: Managing Strategic Direction & Change (in-person)
MGMT 783: Ethical Decision Making (in-person)
ACCT 706: Accounting (online)
Supply Chain Management track: SCM 703: Transportation & Logistics (in-person)
Organizational Leadership track: MGMT 782: Developing Effective Management & Team Skills (in-person)
FIN 706: Finance (online)
Supply Chain Management track: SCM 710: Supply Chain Capstone (in-person)
Organizational Leadership track: MGMT 784: Leadership (in-person)
BUS 725: Capstone (online)