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MBA 696. Capstone Project

Credits: 3
Department: Herberger Business School
Description: Strategic management theory and processes in action with real businesses and not-for-profit organizations. Open to graduating MBA students only.
Semester Offered:
  • Fall
  • Spring
Grading Method: ABCDF
Lab: Lab

Student Learning Outcomes

1. Synthesize strategic management theory, strategic management processes, core course content, and skills from the MBA program to assess a real-world situation and formulate/refine the key issue using knowledge, skills, and values (know, do, be) developed in the MBA program.
2. Evaluate competing alternatives considering multiple viewpoints including multi-disciplinary, ethical, and global perspectives.
3. Determine a strategically-sound and ethically-defensible resolution to the issue.
4. Create, compare, present, and defend an ethical, strategic business plan for a real-world enterprise assignment.
5. Self-assess personal communication, decision-making, and leadership.

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