MBA + MS in Digital Innovation (MBA + MSDi)

The MBA + MSDi is an 84-credit (minimum) program that awards both an MBA and a Master of Science in Digital Innovation. The program consists of a minimum of 55 credits of MBA courses (34 required credits and 21 elective credits) and 29 credits of MS courses (20 required credits and 9 elective credits).

MBA + MSDi Curriculum—84 cr

Fall—18 cr

  • AC 710 Financial Reporting and Analysis (3 cr)
  • ES 721 Teaming (0 cr)
  • ES 722 Executive Communication (0 cr)
  • ES 723 Career Management (0 cr)
  • FE 721 Finance 1 (3 cr)
  • MG 650 Ethical and Global Foundations (1 cr)
  • MK 723 Marketing Management (3 cr)
  • OM 725 Creating Value through Operations and Technology (3 cr)
  • PL 727 Organizations, Markets, and Society (3 cr)
  • QM 716 Business Analytics: Data Analysis and Risk (3 cr)

Spring—23 cr

  • Required January Intensive: IS 717 IT Applications in Management (3 cr)
  • ES 721 Teaming (0 cr)
  • ES 723 Career Management (0 cr)
  • IS 710 IT Strategies for a Networked Economy (3 cr)
  • OB 713 Leading Organizations and People (3 cr)
  • PL 700 Intro to Business Law (2 cr)
  • SI 750 Competition, Innovation & Strategy (3 cr)
  • IS 833 The Analytic Enterprise (3 cr)
  • Two 3-credit electives (6 cr)

Summer—8 cr (Integrated Summer Module)

  • IS 705 Digital Product Build (2 cr)
  • IS 754 Human-Centered Design (3 cr)
  • IS 889 Data Management (3 cr)

Fall—20 cr

  • ES 723 Career Management (0 cr)
  • ES 724 Professional Skills (1 cr)
  • IS 883 Designing Digital Solutions (3 cr)
  • MG 650 Ethical Leadership in a Global Economy (3 cr)
  • MSDi electives (6 cr)
  • MBA electives (6 cr)

Spring—15 cr

  • IS 890 Digital Practicum (3 cr)
  • MSDi elective (3 cr)
  • MBA electives (9 cr)

Please note: If a student drops from the MBA + MSDi program, all MSDi required courses will be counted toward the MBA, and the student may graduate when he or she has fulfilled the 64- credit degree requirement. Students who receive a “W,” “F,” or “I” grade in a Core class, excluding Executive Skills classes and PL 700, cannot continue to be cohorted in the following semester.