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 with a Minor
At least 12 advanced hours must be completed in an academic field to meet the requirements for a minor area (often called an emphasis, concentration or focus area). Presently, minors are available in: Accounting, Economics, Finance, International Business, Management Information Systems, Marketing, and Management of Technology.
NOTE: 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 outlined area.
MBA - British Studies
International studies at King's College in London during the summer are available through the Director of International Studies as a program option for MBA students. Up to six hours per summer may apply to the MBA program.
MS in Accounting
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.
MS in Finance
This Program provides an platform for the students to develop as financial economic experts who can spot opportunities, assess risks and ask critical financial questions.
MS in Marketing
The Master of Science in Marketing program offers students from business and non-business backgrounds an opportunity to develop expertise in the art and science of business marketing.
MS in Management
The Master of Science in Management is a specialized program of study ideally suited for individuals seeking an educational experience with course work concentrated in leadership dynamics and/or human resources management. Either the general option or an Information Technology option is also available for this program.