1. Master of Business Administration (MBA) offers professional preparation for management positions. The MBA is a broad, management-oriented degree that provides concentration in seven options: Accounting, Business Economics, Finance, Information Systems, International Business, Management and Marketing.
2. Master of Science Degree in Accountancy prepares students for a wide range of employment opportunities in public accounting, industry and finance, government and non-profit organizations, and taxation. The program offers options in four areas: Business Taxation, Financial Accounting, Information Systems, and Management Accounting.
3. Master of Arts Degree in Economics provides advanced study of economic theory and research that prepares students for careers as teachers and economists. The option is intended for persons in industry, government, and education who need to develop an understanding of contemporary economic analysis. The analytic-quantitative option is intended for individuals seeking an emphasis in applied quantitative analysis or planning to enter a doctoral program.
4. Master of Science Degree in Information System (MS in IS) is designed to provide persons employed in the information technology field with the technical and managerial skills necessary to fulfill the responsibilities of senior professional and project management positions in information systems. It offers IS professionals the background knowledge needed to move into senior planning, consulting and project management positions.
5. Master of Science Degree in Health Care Management (MS in HCM) assists people who are presently, or were previously, employed in health care settings to develop the necessary managerial skills and awareness of the most recent innovations in health care delivery systems to meet the demands of management positions in the industry. The program has a unique interdisciplinary character that permits students to take courses in many disciplines including psychology, nursing administration, computer information systems, finance and labor relations.