Beacom School of Business Graduate Programs
Fostering and developing executive leadership for business, industry and government.
This program emphasizes decision making, problem solving, understanding the role of business in society and developing leadership ability and social responsibility. Choose from five specializations:
Prepares students for a career in public accounting and meets the 150-hour educational requirement for the CPA exam (state dependent).
Prepares students to build and grow successful and rewarding careers in the increasingly data-driven economy.
Designed to strengthen your understanding of management, quality, finance, strategic management and culture so that you're better positioned to achieve higher levels of quality within your organization.
Prepares students to strengthen the decision-making processes through data analysis to solve key business problems in the areas of operations manufacturing, customer relationship management, and supply chain management.
Designed to teach marketing talents from the in-depth study of consumer behavior, new product development, branding, and other topics relevant in today’s dynamic market environment.
Offers students an in-depth study of supply chain management, lean management, quality control, and other topics relevant in today’s rapidly evolving global market.
Business majors meeting requirements for entry into the M.B.A. program may opt to complete both the B.B.A and M.B.A. concurrently. Students who pursue this fast-track option will be awarded their undergraduate and graduate degrees simultaneously, upon completion of the two programs.
Accounting majors meeting requirements for entry into the M.P.A. program may opt to complete both the Accounting B.B.A and M.P.A. concurrently. Students who pursue this fast-track option will be awarded their undergraduate and graduate degrees simultaneously, upon completion of the two programs.
Application requirements can be found at Graduate School Admission Requirements and include:
Fall Semester: June 1
Spring Semester: October 1
Summer Semester: March 1