Master of Science in Business Administration
The Master of Science in Business Administration is a 40 graduate hours master's program best suited for those with a strong technical expertise in one of the concentrations offered within the Ph.D. program. The focus is on preparation for advanced study in the doctoral program or for a research-oriented position. The coursework can usually be completed in four semesters. A major must be specified from one of six areas offered within the Department of Business Administration: organizational behavior/theory, strategic management, marketing, decision sciences and information systems, and process management/management science. At least two courses should be chosen from another area within the Department of Business Administration or a related area outside the department or college.
The program also admits a cohort of professional students focusing on International Business. The cohort requires 12 hours of coursework in International Business, normally completed in three semesters. Students have the option of pursuing an internship during their third (summer) semester.
Grad Other Degree Requirements
|Other requirements may overlap
|Minimum 500-level Hours Required Overall: