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About the Program

30 credit hours
$416.67 per credit hour
Complete in as few as 18 months

Want to stand out in the job market with advanced expertise in business management? The online MBA program from the Romain College of Business offers interactive instruction and experiential learning that develops your ability to think critically and creatively within the business world.

Our affordable, 100% online Master of Business Administration degree program is designed to help you take on leadership roles in virtually any business. Gain the knowledge and hands-on experience essential to your success as an innovative company manager, director or VP.

This interactive online MBA program prepares you to strategically engage in modern issues where business and society intersect, including the ethics of business administration, globalization challenges and fast-moving changes in technology. Our University of Southern Indiana online MBA coursework gives you a solid foundation in the functional fields of business, taught by faculty with a focus on new ideas and collaborative problem solving.

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Online Courses

To complete this MBA program, the student must complete 30 hours: 21 hours of core coursework and 9 hours of concentration coursework (Data-Driven Decision Making and any 2 other course from the MBA curriculum).

Course Listing:

MNGT 611 Leadership Skills and Organizational Behavior

A highly interactive and experiential class focusing on the development of management and leadership skills. The class focuses on organizational behavior issues and on developing a student's professionalism in the following areas: oral, written, and interpersonal communication, group dynamics, team building, creative problem solving, information and communication technology, change management skills, and the roles of leaders in a dynamic work environment.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
ACCT 601 Seminar in Management Accounting

A study of management accounting and its use to aid in planning, controlling, and evaluating operations.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
BLAW 618 Legal and Social Environment of Business

A study of the interaction of business with legal institutions, emphasizing both positive law and ethical concerns. The course focuses on those contemporary legal and social issues facing today's business decision makers.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
CIS 601 Information Systems and Technology

This course explores alternative approaches to managing the resources (computers, networks, software, data and people) that organizations utilize in applying information technology (IT). It focuses on the role of the user-manager in identifying opportunities (and avoiding pitfalls), developing applications, and creatively using IT to improve personal and organizational performance.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
DSCI 601 Quantitative Methods for Business Decisions

The course focuses on the concepts and techniques used to manage resources required to produce the goods and services of an organization, including the design, operation, control and updating of operational systems. The course also addresses concepts used to solve business problems and facilitate sound managerial decisions, including linear programming and extensions, network modeling, project management and multi-criteria analysis.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
ECON 601 Business Economics and Forecasting

A study of economic concepts and tools useful to managers of business firms. Topics include optimization, demand, production and costs, market structure, pricing behavior, risk analysis, benefit cost analysis, estimation of economic relationships, and business cycles and forecasting.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
FIN 601 Financial Management and Markets

A comprehensive coverage of financial theories and their application to provide the MBA student with a basic understanding and appreciation of corporate finance.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
MKTG 601 Marketing Strategies

Analysis and control of the key marketing variables to develop successful strategic marketing plans. Emphasis on the major components of marketing strategy; establishment of overall corporate objectives; analysis of strategic business units; identification of creative alternatives; and examination of company, target market and competitors. Views strategy formulation from the global and managerial perspectives. Examines significant marketing strategies and applies them to practical analysis of established marketing cases dealing with new and established product management, pricing, channels and promotional aspects.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
MNGT 601 Human Resource Management

A study of human resource management activities such as selection, performance management, compensation and reward systems, career development, diversity management and employment law. Particular emphasis will be placed on strategic implications of human resource management. Format will involve extensive discussion and experiential learning.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
MNGT 681 Strategic and International Management

Includes the development of an executive managerial perspective. The primary purposes of the course are to develop the ability to analyze complex corporate problems from a global perspective, and an awareness of the impact of changing business conditions and government policies on global organizations. Examines the globalization of industries and firm competitiveness. The format of the class involves the use of cases to assist students in the application of theory.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3


Now is the time to earn your MBA online and take the fast track to a successful career. USI provides you the convenience of a fast application-to-start calendar.

Upcoming Start Dates:

Start date: March 13, 2017

Apply by: February 13, 2017

Pay by: March 6, 2017

Tuition & Financial Aid

Application Fee

Application fee: $40

Tuition Breakdown:


Total program cost, including fees


Per credit hour


Per 3-credit hour course

Financial Aid

The first step in applying for financial aid is to file your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). USI’s Federal School Code is 001808.


Applicants to USI’s online MBA degree program must meet the following admission requirements:

Undergraduate Degree

A completed bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution


Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5


GMAT or GRE required. Waiver available if you meet criteria.