MBA Online Textbooks

 2016 SESSION #3 (6/27/2016 - 9/18/2016)  


Core and elective courses:

  1. FIN 504- Corporation Finance-Valuation Approach
    Prof. B. Yi

    Investment Valuation (University Edition): Tools and Techniques for Determining the Value of Any Asset, 3rd Edition, by Aswath Damodaran, published by John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 2012 (Paperback Version’s ISBN: 9781118130735; Electronic Version’s ISBN: 9781118206591)

  2. HRM 521 - Compensation and Benefits
    Prof. T. Norman

    Compensation, 10th Edition, by Milkovich, Newman and Gerhart, McGraw-Hill/Irwin; 10 edition (January 5, 2010).  ISBN: 978-0073530499​

  3. MKT 500 - Advanced Topics in Marketing
    Prof. S. Silvanto

    Title: Marketing Management, 13/E
    Authors: Philip Kotler, Northwestern University and Kevin Keller, Dartmouth College
    Publisher: Prentice Hall2009
    ISBN-10: 0136009980, ISBN-13: 9780136009986

  4. MKT 560 - Brand Management
    Prof. M. St. James

    Strategic Brand Management: Building, Measuring, and Managing Brand Equity, 4th ed., (2013) by Kevin Keller, New Jersey, Prentice-Hall ISBN-10: 0132664259 | ISBN-13: 9780132664257

  5. OMG 502- Operations Management
    Prof. H. Pourmohammadi 

    Heizer, Jay and Barry Render. Operations Management, 9th edition, Plus MyOM Lab. Prentice Hall, Inc. 2014. ISBN: 9780133443585​

Bridge Courses:

  1. BUS 495.42 - Accounting/Finance
    Prof. A. Arakelian

    Required Textbooks:
    ISBN:1259731014 / 9781259731013 With access codes to Connect.

  2. BUS 495.43 - Marketing/Economics
    Prof. J. Hu

    Economics text: Essentials of Economics, N. Gregory Mankiw, 7th ed. Cengage
    ISBN-10: 1285165950, or ISBN-13: 9781285165950

    Marketing text: Marketing, An Introduction 11e, Armstrong & Kotler Pearson
    ISBN: 10: 0132744031 or ISBN-13: 9780132744034

2016 SESSION #4 (9/19/2016 - 12/11/2016)  

Core and Elective Courses:

  1. ACC 502 - Advanced Topics in Accounting
    Prof. M. Manahan

  2. CIS 530 - Enterprise Resource Planning
    Prof. TBA

  3. CIS 595 - Mobile Applications for Business: From Concept, Design to Market
    Prof. C. Chen

  4. FIN 503 - Multinational Finance
    Prof. T. Shabbir

    Title: Multinational Business Finance, 14/E, 2016
    Authors: Eiteman, Stonehill, Moffett
    ISBN-13 978-0133879872

  5. HRM 525 - Strategic Human Resouce Management
    Prof. T. Norman

    Available for free from the library. 

    Key Concepts in Human Resource Management John Martin, 2010 Sage:

    Print ISBN: 9781847873316 Online ISBN: 9781446251355 

    Note: Use this book as needed to learn the material.  Ideally students will have completed HRM 520 and HRM 521 and will have those textbooks also as a reference.  However, this textbook and the library provide plenty of material on human resource theories and practices to complete this course successfully.

  6. MGT 500 - Human Behavior in Organizations
    Prof. W. Brice

    Robbins, S. and T. Judge, Organizational Behavior, 17th ed. Pearson, ISBN 978-0-13-410398-3.  
    A required Case Pack is available through the university bookstore.

  7. MGT 590 - Strategic Management
    Prof. D. Isaac

    Thompson, Petergraf, Gamble, Strickland, "Crafting & Executing Strategy, the quest for competitive advantage - Concepts & cases", 20 edition, McGraw Hill, ISBN: 978-0-07-772059-9
    Note: Be sure to get the texts with Concepts & Cases.

  8. MKT 501 - Marketing Information Systems
    Prof. J. Hu

  9. OMG 580 - Global Logistics Management
    Prof. J. Ke

Bridge Courses:

  1. BUS 495.41 - Management/Business Law
    Prof. M. Riojas

    1) Montana, Patrick J., & Charnov, Bruce H. 2008. Management, 4th edition. ISBN 9780764139314

    2) Emerson, Robert W., & Hardwicke, John W. 2009. Business Law, 5th edition. ISBN 9780764142406

  2. BUS 495.44 - Operations Statistics
    Prof. H. Pourmohammadi

  3. BUS 495.45 - Information Systems
    Prof. J. Kawibowo

MBA On-Campus Textbooks

Please check the on-campus textbooks information from the bookstore below:




FIN 502 - Advanced Topics in International Business
Prof. C. Teeter

The electronic version of the textbook (e-book) in PDF format can be accessed below: