MBA-730 MBA Capstone
Candidates for completion of the Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree will complete an independent project demonstrating their conceptual, analytical, research, and practical management skills achieved through the courses in the program. The project, called a Capstone because it represents a crowning achievement much as a capstone does in architecture, is a 3-credit, one-term requirement that is completed at the end of the program. It is a closely supervised experience resulting in a paper that demonstrates the student's ability to synthesize and utilize the skills and knowledge gained throughout the MBA program.
Prerequisites: This course requires completion of ORR-710: Organizational Research. Students may not take ORR-710 and the Management Capstone during the same term.
Note: This is the last course taken to complete the degree program. Prior to registering for this course students are required to schedule an academic advising appointment for approval. Instructions on how to schedule an appointment are located on our website https://www.tesu.edu/current-students/make-advising-appointment.
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