Executive Presence & Communication

Why Executive Presence & Communication?

Build expertise in verbal and non-verbal forms of communication and prepare to communicate effectively to groups inside and outside of businesses and organizations with a Concentration in Executive Presence and Communication.

Learn from our experienced faculty and examine principles and strategies of effective communication while mastering techniques and skills for overcoming communication barriers. Designed to give students a broad communication background critical to leadership success, this concentration emphasizes practical application of theory through a variety of skill-building exercises.

Required Courses
BUS 5201 In-Residence: Leading in the 21st Century
MGT 5311 Leading with Integrity
QBA 5330 Business Analytics for Decision-Making
ECO 5315 Microeconomic Theory and Business Decisions
MGT 5136 Global Human Capital Leadership
ACC 5305 Financial Accounting
FIN 5260 Financial Decision Making
BL 5201 Business Law: Application & Strategy
FIN 5263 Managing for Value Creation
ACC 5320 Managerial Accounting
MGT 5320 Manufacturing and Service Operations
MKT 5310 Seminar in Marketing Strategy
MGT 5406 Global Strategy: Building and Sustaining Competitive Advantage
BUS 5302 In Residence: Government, Business, and Societal Impact
Credit Hours: 38
MGT 5340 Negotiation and Conflict Resolution
BUS 5V98 Leading a Culture of Innovation
BUS 5460 Communicating with Data*
BUS 5490 Strategic Communication*
Optional Experiential Learning**
MGT 5307 In Residence: Global Strategy: Building and Sustaining Competitive Advantage
Credit Hours: 12
Total Credit Hours: 50

*Taken online

**Additional Fees Apply

Master of Business Administration

Hankamer School of Business

Baylor MBA programs combine rigorous, customized classroom learning and real-world experience in equipping today's business professionals to lead with excellence, integrity, and ingenuity in the global marketplace.

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