MBA/MS-NCR Dual Degree Program

The Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree offered through the Heider College of Business paired with the Master of Science in Negotiation and Conflict Resolution (MS-NCR) degree offered through the Graduate School is designed for mid-career professionals seeking to add interdisciplinary skills. By combining business administration with conflict resolution, you will be equipped with the skills you need to pursue a career in human resources, law, project management, education, or business.

Individuals wishing to obtain MBA/MS-NCR dual degrees must complete 48 credit hours across the two programs. The 33 hour MBA degree may be obtained by combining eight hours of NCR courses with an additional 25 hours of MBA course work. The 33 hour MS-NCR can be obtained by combining ten hours of MBA courses with an additional 23 hours of NCR work.

MBA/MS-NCR Dual Degree Requirements (48 credits)

MBA Core (12 credits)
MBA 771Leadership and Organizational Behavior3
MBA 775Business Policy And Managerial Action3
MBA 776Business, Ethics and Society3
BIA 762Survey of Business Intelligence and Analytics3
MBA Functional Core (12 credits)
MBA 701Financial Reporting for MBAs3
MBA 711Managerial Finance3
MBA 741Economic Analysis for Managers3
MBA 761Marketing Management3
Foundational and Process Courses
NCR 620Introduction to Conflict Engagement3
NCR 624Dynamics of Conflict Resolution and Engagement3
NCR 625Systems Thinking in Conflict3
NCR 626Culture, Gender and Power Differences in Conflict3
NCR 635Facilitative Conflict Engagement3
NCR 733Practicum3
NCR Electives
Choose 6 credits from the following: 6
Structural Injustice: Engaging Constructively with Demographic Change
Online Dispute Resolution
Organizational Collaborative Practice and Conflict Engagement
Health Care Collaboration and Conflict Engagement
International Negotiation and Conflict Engagement
Mediation Process
Seminar: Special Topics in Conflict Resolution
Total Credits48