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Students are not required to have completed the MBA foundation courses below prior to beginning the MBA-RD program. However, students who have taken undergraduate business courses may be eligible to have up to five of the MBA foundation courses waived, depending on their undergraduate coursework and academic performance in selected courses. Foundation courses required for degree programs may be waived if students have successfully completed equivalent course work at another accredited institution as part of their previous studies. In order to be eligible for waivers, students must have achieved a grade of B or better in an equivalent three-credit course. Waivers for GSB 611 Economics for Managers and GSB 612 Financial Accounting each require completion of two courses (six credits) of appropriate undergraduate course work with a grade of B or better in each course.
Original transcripts are required for consideration of waivers. Transcripts will be reviewed for waivers at the time of admission, but final approval of waivers may be withheld for students accepted provisionally until full acceptance is granted. In addition to course waivers, students who have successfully completed relevant course work at another accredited graduate program may request to have two courses (maximum of six credits) transferred and applied toward degree requirements.
|Foundation Courses for MBA|
|GSB 611||Economics for Managers|
|GSB 612||Financial Accounting|
|GSB 614||Organizational Behavior|
|GSB 615||Financial Management|
|Sequence of Courses if all foundation courses are successfully completed.
Business courses are all offered in evening/weekend hours.
All courses count for 3 credit hours.
|Fall I (Sept-Dec)|
|GSB 621||Economics of the Firm|
|GSB 624||Organizational Analysis and Design|
|NUTR 501||Community Nutrition Supervised Practice|
|NUTR 502||Community Nutrition Seminar|
|Spring I (Jan-May)|
|GSB 622||Management of Information Systems|
|NUTR 503||Clinical Nutrition Supervised Practice|
|NUTR 504||Clinical Nutrition Seminar|
|Summer I (May-July)|
|GSB 623||Corporate Social Responsibility|
|GSB 741||Health Care Administration or another Elective|
|Summer II (July-Sept)|
|GSB 723||Operations Management|
|GSB 701||Cost Accounting|
|Fall II (Sept-Dec)|
|GSB 625||Financial Decision Making|
|GSB 734||Financial Management in the Health Care Sector or another Elective|
|NUTR 505||Management Supervised Practice|
|NUTR 506||Nutrition Management Seminar|
|Spring II (Jan-May)|
|GSB 791||Strategic Management|
|NUTR 507||Supervised Practice of Special Interest|
|NUTR 508||Graduate Nutrition Seminar|
|GSB 743||Health Care Issues or another Elective|
The Didactic Program for the Nutrition and Dietetics curriculum at Dominican University is currently granted by the Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND) of the Academy and Nutrition and Dietetics. The address is:
Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics
120 Riverside Plaza, Suite 2000
Chicago, IL 60606-6995
Phone: (312)-899-0040, ext 5400
The program follows Dominican University academic calendar and course schedule for graduate students.