Graduate Programs

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Many of our Masters-level programs offer the flexibility of being completed entirely online. For more information about our online programs, visit our Online Programs page.

MBA Program

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The Masters of Business Administration degree prepares the graduate student for advanced management positions that demand analytic and strategic leadership solutions to an interrelated set of economic, ethical, and environmental issues. The program is 30-48 hours.

MBA Course Rotation

Degree Plan: MBA Program Degree Plan

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MBA with Minor

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NOTE: Prerequisites (ACCT 501, ECO 501, ECO 502, FIN 501, MGT 501 and MKT 501) cannot be considered an elective in any Graduate Program in Business. All MBA students are required to complete 6 hours of electives. If a minor is desired all elective hours should be taken in the minor area, outlined below.  Keep in mind NONE of the minors listed are guaranteed in an ONLINE format.  Many times the courses are offered in this venue, but we cannot ensure any particular minor can be completed totally ONLINE.

MBA Course Rotation

Degree Plan: MBA with Minor Degree Plan

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Master of Science in Accounting

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The MSA is designed for those who want to specialize in accounting at the graduate level. It is suitable for those who want to continue on from their undergraduate accounting major and for those who have a lesser, or no, accounting background. Students in the latter group are required to complete two prerequisites when entering the program. The MSA is an excellent preparation for students planning on a career in public accounting, industry or government.

Degree Plan: MS in Accounting Degree Plan

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Master of Science in Business Analytics

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The MS in Business Analytics program is designed to prepare students entering the workforce in the rapidly emerging field of business analytics, which involves collecting, organizing, analyzing, optimizing, and interpreting "Big Data" (huge datasets collected by modern companies) for the purposes of problem solving and decision making. The program is intended to help students identify opportunities hidden in big data and apply these findings to real-world business challenges. Data analysts provide organizations with ideas for smarter strategic management, improved financial performance and better operational efficiencies.  Students will prepare for specific jobs as computer systems analysts, management analysts (business analysts and process analysts), market research analysts, logisticians, and operations research analysts in a wide range of organizations and industries.

The Master of Science in Business Analytics program offers students from business and non-business backgrounds with an opportunity to develop expertise in the art and science of business analytics. Students complete 30-42 hours of graduate courses depending on their backgrounds.
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Degree Plan: MS in Business Analytics Degree Plan

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Master of Science in Marketing

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The Mission of the MS Marketing Program is to provide quality academic and practical learning experiences to equip students with the knowledge to apply the marketing concepts and theories of marketing management, business-to-business (B2B), marketing, international marketing, and marketing research in a variety of organizations (e.g., businesses and not-for-profit organizations). The MS Marketing program is designed to meet the needs of students in order to prepare them for higher level positions in marketing as well as for students who wish to pursue post-masters graduate programs.

The Master of Science in Marketing program offers students from business and non-business backgrounds with an opportunity to develop expertise in the art and science of business marketing. Students complete 30-39 hours of graduate courses depending on their backgrounds.
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Degree Plan: MS in Marketing Degree Plan

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Master of Science in Finance

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The Master of Science in Finance program covers a broad array of subjects that provide students with the skills and tools necessary for a wide array of financial professions in today's complex and global financial job market. We place an emphasis on solid understanding of finance theory as well as the practical applications of theory to real-world problems. We are committed to preparing our graduates for the financial, managerial and global economic challenges of the 21st century and beyond.

Degree Plan: MS in Finance Degree Plan

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Master of Science in Management

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The Mission of the MS Management Program is to provide graduate studies in Management for students interested in a management career in a variety of profit and not-for-profit organizations as well as for students who wish to pursue additional graduate programs. The MS in Management Program offers students from Business and non-Business backgrounds an opportunity to develop management and leadership skills appropriate for all kinds of organizations.

The Master of Science in Management Program offers students from business and non-business backgrounds an opportunity to develop management and leadership skills appropriate for all kinds of organizations. Students complete 30-39 hours of graduate coursework, depending on their backgrounds.
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Degree Plan: MS in Management Degree Plan

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Minors - Graduate

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The Management department offers several programs for the completion of a graduate interdisciplinary minor. The required semester hours (SH) for each minor program are included, along with a description of the nature and goals of the minor program.

  • Minor in Corporate Management (6 total courses required)
  • Entrepreneurship Minor(6 total courses required)

 

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