College of Business Programs

Accountancy M.S.A.

The M.S.A. program is flexible for business and non-business undergraduates and is designed to meet the academic course work requirements for the Certified Professional Accounting (CPA) examination. Specialized areas of study also include financial accounting, auditing, managerial accounting, taxation and accounting information systems.

Business Administration M.B.A.

The M.B.A. program is tailored to prepare you with the knowledge you need to lead and manage a broad range of businesses. You may choose to earn a general M.B.A. degree, a concentration in sustainable business or build an emphasis in a particular area such as finance, management, marketing, decision sciences, international business, information systems or our newest areas in leadership and social innovation.

Business Administration (Executive M.B.A. Part-Time) M.B.A.

With a focus on refining innovative leadership competencies, management skills and entrepreneurship, this premier program properly equips working professionals to meet the demands of today’s global economy and advance to the executive level in their careers.

Business Administration (Sustainable)

This concentration provides students with an in-depth appreciation of the environmental and social dimensions of conducting business in a global market. Three aspects of sustainable business that improve a firm’s long-term performance will be emphasized: managing risks (regulatory, reputation, litigation, market, etc.), values-driven leadership, and recognizing market opportunities created by environmental and social challenges.

Quantitative Economics M.A.

The Master of Arts in Quantitative Economics is designed to provide students with a solid foundation in economic theory and quantitative techniques, necessary for doing applied work in economics or a related field (e.g., financial economics).