University of Tennessee

Dual MSBA/MBA Curriculum

Summer – First Year
BA Courses Credit Hours
BZAN 533 – Quantitative Methods for BA 3
BZAN 537 – Data Security and Ethics 1.5
BZAN 530 – Business Skills 1.5
Total Summer Credit Hours 6
Fall – First Year
BA Courses Credit Hours
BZAN 531 – Decision Optimization 3
BZAN 535 – Statistical Methods for Business 3
BZAN 542 – Data Mining Methods for Business Applications 3
BZAN 545 – Data Engineering for Business Applications 3
BZAN 536 – Case Studies in Business Analytics 1.5
Total Fall Credit Hours 13.5
Winter Mini-term – First Year
BA Courses Credit Hours
BZAN 540 – Applied Regression Analysis for Business 3
Total Fall Credit Hours 3
Spring – First Year
BA Courses Credit Hours
BZAN 550 – Business Analytics Experience 3
BZAN – Elective 1 3
BZAN – Elective 2 3
BZAN – Elective 3 3
BZAN – Elective 4 1.5
Total Spring Credit Hours 13.5
Fall– Second Year
MBA Core Courses Credit Hours
Session 1: 7⅟₂ Weeks
MKTG 505 – Demand Management I 1.5
ACCT 505 – Financial Accounting 1.5
BZAN 505 – Operations Management 1.5
FIN 505 – Financial Management I 1.5
Session 2: 7⅟₂ Weeks
MKTG 506 – Demand Management II
ACCT 506 – Managerial Accounting 1.5
SCM 505 – Strategic Issues/Supply Side SCM 1.5
BA 516 – Business Skills Development II 1.5
Total Fall Credit Hours 12
Spring – Second Year
MBA Core Courses Credit Hours
Session 1: 7⅟₂ Weeks
MGT 505 – Leading Complex Organizations 1.5
FINC 506 – Financial Management II 1.5
ECON 505 – Economics of Strategy 1.5
Session 2: 7⅟₂ Weeks
SCM 506 – Strategic Issues/Demand Side SCM 1.5
ECON 506 – Market Forces in Global Environment 1.5
FIN 507 – Financial Statement Analysis 1.5
MGT 506 – Competitive Strategy 1.5
BZAN 507 – Supply Chain Models 1.5
Total Spring Credit Hours 12
Summer Mini-Term – Second Year
MGT 593 – Global Business Seminar and Travel 3*

*If choosing this option, official graduation will be August
NOTE: may substitute a 3hour BZAN elective for MGT 593 to be taken in spring of the second year (for May graduation)

Total hours for dual program must reach 63