The choice is truly yours.

After completing Fisher’s core course work, MBAs select a major. Majors give you a chance to learn from top business minds in their preferred discipline—like finance professor René Stulz, who was named one of the "100 Most Influential People in Finance" by Treasury and Risk Management magazine.

Completing an MBA requires 57 credit hours of coursework, which students choose from lists tailored to their discipline. Students are open to take 30 credit hours of elective coursework to double major, or simply explore courses of personal interest.


This major helps students develop a sound mix of analytical and management skills related to finance, both of which greatly facilitate the financial decisions corporations and their leaders make on a daily basis.

Financial Reporting and Analysis

The objective of this major is to produce graduates who can understand and analyze financial statements and related disclosures, allowing them to make the right decisions in their future positions as business leaders and decision makers.

International Business

This major provides students with a good understanding of international business principles, as well as the languages and cultures of other countries. The major is designed to enhance the competitiveness of all business firms in today’s global economy.

Leadership and Organizational Behavior

The Leadership major is for those students who want to develop expertise in leadership - learning to manage oneself, manage others, manage teams and relationships with others, and lead organizational change.

Make Your Own Major

Would you like to tailor your degree with a combination of career tracks and electives? One of the major advantages of a smaller MBA program is that we are able to work with individual students and allow for a truly customized degree.


Course work in marketing management major provides practical, contemporary tools if you aim to pursue a career in marketing and sales management, brand management, marketing research, or a variety of challenging careers in retailing.

Operations and Logistics

Our program is widely recognized as one of the best in the United States, and includes coursework in operations, logistics, and supply chain management.


The strategic management curriculum develops a student’s ability to think constructively about the pursuit of sustainable competitive advantage through the systematic identification, evaluation and creation of attractive business and corporate opportunities.

More Information

  • Many MBAs explore courses in several different areas before settling on a major.

    It is not uncommon for students to discover a new field of interest, as a result of having the opportunity to take electives.