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Graduate Programs

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

The MBA program is accredited by the Accrediting Council of Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) and offers students eight core courses in four areas: Accounting, Management, Finance, and Marketing Management.  Each student also takes at least one course in each area beyond the core courses as well as three free electives for a total of 45 credit hours.  The program also provides the students with an opportunity to interact with faculty members in small group sessions and in an environment characterized by diversity, knowledge, and experience. The program is open to applicants of all academic backgrounds and work experience who meet the basic admission requirements. 

MS in Management Information Systems (MIS)

The MSMIS curriculum reflects a vast expansion of the technical base of IT education, and includes 40 courses distributed in three areas of focus or tracks:Information Systems Management, Digital Business and Knowledge Management, and Information Security Management. The curriculum, which is based on the recommendations of professional societies in the information systems field and feedback from potential employers, integrates the most relevant theoretical and practical concepts, which will enable you to understand the complex and dynamic environments in which information systems and information technology are used. It emphasizes the use of information systems and information technology to improve organizational efficiency and effectiveness.

Master of Public Administration (MPA)

The purpose of the Master of Public Administration (MPA) degree program is to prepare students to enter the public sector as managers and leaders. The program is designed to enhance the career goals of professionals in government, special interests, and lobbying groups, nonprofit and professional organizations.