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University of Washington Bothell
School of Business
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Leadership and Strategic Innovation Option
Marketing Option and Concentration
Supply Chain Management Option
Management Information Systems (MIS) Concentration
Retail Management Concentration
Technology and Innovation Management (TIM) Concentration
How to Apply
Writing competency or assessment
Minor in Actuarial Science
Minor in Business Administration
Minor in Economics
Minor in Retail Management
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Special Courses for Business
Bothell Program Outline
Bellevue Program Outline
Master of Business Administration
MBA Open House
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Tuition & Financial Aid
Master of Science in Accounting
Tuition & financial aid
Sample course schedule
MS Accounting Faculty
MS Accounting Advisory Board
Certificate in Accounting
Resources & opportunities
Becoming a Mentor
Becoming a Mentee
Independent Study Projects
Ron Tilden Accounting Scholarship
Don Whitney Scholarship for Graduate Students
Donor Excellence Scholarship
Winter 2022 Scholars
Fall 2022 Scholars
Internships and Student Jobs
Why Hire an Intern
MBA Association (MBAA)
Beta Gamma Sigma
Complaint and Grievance Procedure
Accounting Ethics Conference 2022
Dean's Distinguished Speaker Series
Undergraduate Business Administration Learning Goals
Critical Thinking and Analysis
Students will develop a critical and analytical approach to formulating sound business decisions.
Students will develop the ability to employ ethical reasoning when engaging in business decision-making.
Written and Oral Communication
Students will develop the necessary skills to be effective communicators, both in writing and orally.
Students will develop the knowledge and skills that are necessary for success in a business career.
Apply principles of financial analysis to assess a firm’s performance, financing options, investment choices, and risk and return of investments.
Apply principles of economic analysis to model and solve management problems.
Use quantitative methods to model management problems.
Apply behavioral theories to understand the management of individuals and organizations.
Apply social theories to understand the management of individuals and organizations.
Understand the management and measurement of value creation processes within the organization and allocation of the created value across owners, other investors, and stakeholders.