MBA | Master of Business Administration

CalSouthern’s Online MBA Courses

Below please find a listing of the online MBA courses that comprise CalSouthern’s MBA degree program. You can focus your course of study by taking 15 elective semester credits in a particular business field, earning an MBA with a concentration in management, finance, human resources, international business, or project management.

Required Core Courses

PM 86903 Project Management Integration

Credits : 3

This course is based on the project management concept of integration. The Learner is exposed to the integration concepts that include the characteristics of unification, consolidation, articulation, and integrative actions that are crucial to project completion, successfully meeting the customer and other stakeholder requirements and managing expectations. The Learner also reviews the different methodologies for applying the various project management knowledge areas, skills, and processes in different orders and degrees of rigor to achieve desired project performance. Also discussed are the integrative protocols that every project manager and their project team must address for every process and the level of implementation required for each of these processes to accomplish the project objectives.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Discuss the seven integrative management processes.
  • Categorize the inputs, tools & techniques, and outputs associated with each of the seven integrative management processes.
  • Evaluate and assess issues concerning project management through formal case study analysis.
  • Recommend how to implement proper planning and scope management for a project.
  • Discuss the five Project Scope Management processes.
  • Analyze the areas that can be stressful for a project manager during the course of managing a project and its team members.
  • Chart the six Project Time Management processes that are discussed in the PMBOK.
  • Examine the events impacting cost overruns and out-of-control project spending.
  • Explain the areas that affect international project costs and cost control measures.
  • Appraise the three Project Cost Management processes that are discussed in the PMBOK.
  • Apply the various concepts and terms associated with quality and quality management.
  • Discuss the three Project Quality Management process and the importance of each.
  • Assess making decisions under certainty, risk, and uncertainty.
  • Explain the Monte Carlo process and importance of “lessons learned.”
  • Evaluate the basic types of project contracts.
  • Explain what is procurement and the various cycles associated with this concept.
  • Compare the concepts of pricing and estimating for project management.
  • Exhibit how pricing and estimating impacts contracts.
  • Incorporate and expand a student's knowledge on their area of interest discussed during the course.
  • Introduce self and explain course expectations.
  • Integrate the course concepts through interaction with other Learners and your Mentor.
  • Access information efficiently and effectively.
  • Evaluate information critically and competently.
  • Practices ethical behavior in regard to information and information technology.
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Business Elective Courses

Management Electives

PM 86903 Project Management Integration

Credits : 3

This course is based on the project management concept of integration. The Learner is exposed to the integration concepts that include the characteristics of unification, consolidation, articulation, and integrative actions that are crucial to project completion, successfully meeting the customer and other stakeholder requirements and managing expectations. The Learner also reviews the different methodologies for applying the various project management knowledge areas, skills, and processes in different orders and degrees of rigor to achieve desired project performance. Also discussed are the integrative protocols that every project manager and their project team must address for every process and the level of implementation required for each of these processes to accomplish the project objectives.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Discuss the seven integrative management processes.
  • Categorize the inputs, tools & techniques, and outputs associated with each of the seven integrative management processes.
  • Evaluate and assess issues concerning project management through formal case study analysis.
  • Recommend how to implement proper planning and scope management for a project.
  • Discuss the five Project Scope Management processes.
  • Analyze the areas that can be stressful for a project manager during the course of managing a project and its team members.
  • Chart the six Project Time Management processes that are discussed in the PMBOK.
  • Examine the events impacting cost overruns and out-of-control project spending.
  • Explain the areas that affect international project costs and cost control measures.
  • Appraise the three Project Cost Management processes that are discussed in the PMBOK.
  • Apply the various concepts and terms associated with quality and quality management.
  • Discuss the three Project Quality Management process and the importance of each.
  • Assess making decisions under certainty, risk, and uncertainty.
  • Explain the Monte Carlo process and importance of “lessons learned.”
  • Evaluate the basic types of project contracts.
  • Explain what is procurement and the various cycles associated with this concept.
  • Compare the concepts of pricing and estimating for project management.
  • Exhibit how pricing and estimating impacts contracts.
  • Incorporate and expand a student's knowledge on their area of interest discussed during the course.
  • Introduce self and explain course expectations.
  • Integrate the course concepts through interaction with other Learners and your Mentor.
  • Access information efficiently and effectively.
  • Evaluate information critically and competently.
  • Practices ethical behavior in regard to information and information technology.
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Financial Management Electives

PM 86903 Project Management Integration

Credits : 3

This course is based on the project management concept of integration. The Learner is exposed to the integration concepts that include the characteristics of unification, consolidation, articulation, and integrative actions that are crucial to project completion, successfully meeting the customer and other stakeholder requirements and managing expectations. The Learner also reviews the different methodologies for applying the various project management knowledge areas, skills, and processes in different orders and degrees of rigor to achieve desired project performance. Also discussed are the integrative protocols that every project manager and their project team must address for every process and the level of implementation required for each of these processes to accomplish the project objectives.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Discuss the seven integrative management processes.
  • Categorize the inputs, tools & techniques, and outputs associated with each of the seven integrative management processes.
  • Evaluate and assess issues concerning project management through formal case study analysis.
  • Recommend how to implement proper planning and scope management for a project.
  • Discuss the five Project Scope Management processes.
  • Analyze the areas that can be stressful for a project manager during the course of managing a project and its team members.
  • Chart the six Project Time Management processes that are discussed in the PMBOK.
  • Examine the events impacting cost overruns and out-of-control project spending.
  • Explain the areas that affect international project costs and cost control measures.
  • Appraise the three Project Cost Management processes that are discussed in the PMBOK.
  • Apply the various concepts and terms associated with quality and quality management.
  • Discuss the three Project Quality Management process and the importance of each.
  • Assess making decisions under certainty, risk, and uncertainty.
  • Explain the Monte Carlo process and importance of “lessons learned.”
  • Evaluate the basic types of project contracts.
  • Explain what is procurement and the various cycles associated with this concept.
  • Compare the concepts of pricing and estimating for project management.
  • Exhibit how pricing and estimating impacts contracts.
  • Incorporate and expand a student's knowledge on their area of interest discussed during the course.
  • Introduce self and explain course expectations.
  • Integrate the course concepts through interaction with other Learners and your Mentor.
  • Access information efficiently and effectively.
  • Evaluate information critically and competently.
  • Practices ethical behavior in regard to information and information technology.
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Human Resource Management Electives

PM 86903 Project Management Integration

Credits : 3

This course is based on the project management concept of integration. The Learner is exposed to the integration concepts that include the characteristics of unification, consolidation, articulation, and integrative actions that are crucial to project completion, successfully meeting the customer and other stakeholder requirements and managing expectations. The Learner also reviews the different methodologies for applying the various project management knowledge areas, skills, and processes in different orders and degrees of rigor to achieve desired project performance. Also discussed are the integrative protocols that every project manager and their project team must address for every process and the level of implementation required for each of these processes to accomplish the project objectives.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Discuss the seven integrative management processes.
  • Categorize the inputs, tools & techniques, and outputs associated with each of the seven integrative management processes.
  • Evaluate and assess issues concerning project management through formal case study analysis.
  • Recommend how to implement proper planning and scope management for a project.
  • Discuss the five Project Scope Management processes.
  • Analyze the areas that can be stressful for a project manager during the course of managing a project and its team members.
  • Chart the six Project Time Management processes that are discussed in the PMBOK.
  • Examine the events impacting cost overruns and out-of-control project spending.
  • Explain the areas that affect international project costs and cost control measures.
  • Appraise the three Project Cost Management processes that are discussed in the PMBOK.
  • Apply the various concepts and terms associated with quality and quality management.
  • Discuss the three Project Quality Management process and the importance of each.
  • Assess making decisions under certainty, risk, and uncertainty.
  • Explain the Monte Carlo process and importance of “lessons learned.”
  • Evaluate the basic types of project contracts.
  • Explain what is procurement and the various cycles associated with this concept.
  • Compare the concepts of pricing and estimating for project management.
  • Exhibit how pricing and estimating impacts contracts.
  • Incorporate and expand a student's knowledge on their area of interest discussed during the course.
  • Introduce self and explain course expectations.
  • Integrate the course concepts through interaction with other Learners and your Mentor.
  • Access information efficiently and effectively.
  • Evaluate information critically and competently.
  • Practices ethical behavior in regard to information and information technology.
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International Business Electives

PM 86903 Project Management Integration

Credits : 3

This course is based on the project management concept of integration. The Learner is exposed to the integration concepts that include the characteristics of unification, consolidation, articulation, and integrative actions that are crucial to project completion, successfully meeting the customer and other stakeholder requirements and managing expectations. The Learner also reviews the different methodologies for applying the various project management knowledge areas, skills, and processes in different orders and degrees of rigor to achieve desired project performance. Also discussed are the integrative protocols that every project manager and their project team must address for every process and the level of implementation required for each of these processes to accomplish the project objectives.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Discuss the seven integrative management processes.
  • Categorize the inputs, tools & techniques, and outputs associated with each of the seven integrative management processes.
  • Evaluate and assess issues concerning project management through formal case study analysis.
  • Recommend how to implement proper planning and scope management for a project.
  • Discuss the five Project Scope Management processes.
  • Analyze the areas that can be stressful for a project manager during the course of managing a project and its team members.
  • Chart the six Project Time Management processes that are discussed in the PMBOK.
  • Examine the events impacting cost overruns and out-of-control project spending.
  • Explain the areas that affect international project costs and cost control measures.
  • Appraise the three Project Cost Management processes that are discussed in the PMBOK.
  • Apply the various concepts and terms associated with quality and quality management.
  • Discuss the three Project Quality Management process and the importance of each.
  • Assess making decisions under certainty, risk, and uncertainty.
  • Explain the Monte Carlo process and importance of “lessons learned.”
  • Evaluate the basic types of project contracts.
  • Explain what is procurement and the various cycles associated with this concept.
  • Compare the concepts of pricing and estimating for project management.
  • Exhibit how pricing and estimating impacts contracts.
  • Incorporate and expand a student's knowledge on their area of interest discussed during the course.
  • Introduce self and explain course expectations.
  • Integrate the course concepts through interaction with other Learners and your Mentor.
  • Access information efficiently and effectively.
  • Evaluate information critically and competently.
  • Practices ethical behavior in regard to information and information technology.
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Project Management Electives

PM 86903 Project Management Integration

Credits : 3

This course is based on the project management concept of integration. The Learner is exposed to the integration concepts that include the characteristics of unification, consolidation, articulation, and integrative actions that are crucial to project completion, successfully meeting the customer and other stakeholder requirements and managing expectations. The Learner also reviews the different methodologies for applying the various project management knowledge areas, skills, and processes in different orders and degrees of rigor to achieve desired project performance. Also discussed are the integrative protocols that every project manager and their project team must address for every process and the level of implementation required for each of these processes to accomplish the project objectives.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Discuss the seven integrative management processes.
  • Categorize the inputs, tools & techniques, and outputs associated with each of the seven integrative management processes.
  • Evaluate and assess issues concerning project management through formal case study analysis.
  • Recommend how to implement proper planning and scope management for a project.
  • Discuss the five Project Scope Management processes.
  • Analyze the areas that can be stressful for a project manager during the course of managing a project and its team members.
  • Chart the six Project Time Management processes that are discussed in the PMBOK.
  • Examine the events impacting cost overruns and out-of-control project spending.
  • Explain the areas that affect international project costs and cost control measures.
  • Appraise the three Project Cost Management processes that are discussed in the PMBOK.
  • Apply the various concepts and terms associated with quality and quality management.
  • Discuss the three Project Quality Management process and the importance of each.
  • Assess making decisions under certainty, risk, and uncertainty.
  • Explain the Monte Carlo process and importance of “lessons learned.”
  • Evaluate the basic types of project contracts.
  • Explain what is procurement and the various cycles associated with this concept.
  • Compare the concepts of pricing and estimating for project management.
  • Exhibit how pricing and estimating impacts contracts.
  • Incorporate and expand a student's knowledge on their area of interest discussed during the course.
  • Introduce self and explain course expectations.
  • Integrate the course concepts through interaction with other Learners and your Mentor.
  • Access information efficiently and effectively.
  • Evaluate information critically and competently.
  • Practices ethical behavior in regard to information and information technology.
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Healthcare Administration Electives

PM 86903 Project Management Integration

Credits : 3

This course is based on the project management concept of integration. The Learner is exposed to the integration concepts that include the characteristics of unification, consolidation, articulation, and integrative actions that are crucial to project completion, successfully meeting the customer and other stakeholder requirements and managing expectations. The Learner also reviews the different methodologies for applying the various project management knowledge areas, skills, and processes in different orders and degrees of rigor to achieve desired project performance. Also discussed are the integrative protocols that every project manager and their project team must address for every process and the level of implementation required for each of these processes to accomplish the project objectives.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Discuss the seven integrative management processes.
  • Categorize the inputs, tools & techniques, and outputs associated with each of the seven integrative management processes.
  • Evaluate and assess issues concerning project management through formal case study analysis.
  • Recommend how to implement proper planning and scope management for a project.
  • Discuss the five Project Scope Management processes.
  • Analyze the areas that can be stressful for a project manager during the course of managing a project and its team members.
  • Chart the six Project Time Management processes that are discussed in the PMBOK.
  • Examine the events impacting cost overruns and out-of-control project spending.
  • Explain the areas that affect international project costs and cost control measures.
  • Appraise the three Project Cost Management processes that are discussed in the PMBOK.
  • Apply the various concepts and terms associated with quality and quality management.
  • Discuss the three Project Quality Management process and the importance of each.
  • Assess making decisions under certainty, risk, and uncertainty.
  • Explain the Monte Carlo process and importance of “lessons learned.”
  • Evaluate the basic types of project contracts.
  • Explain what is procurement and the various cycles associated with this concept.
  • Compare the concepts of pricing and estimating for project management.
  • Exhibit how pricing and estimating impacts contracts.
  • Incorporate and expand a student's knowledge on their area of interest discussed during the course.
  • Introduce self and explain course expectations.
  • Integrate the course concepts through interaction with other Learners and your Mentor.
  • Access information efficiently and effectively.
  • Evaluate information critically and competently.
  • Practices ethical behavior in regard to information and information technology.
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