Business Degree Types

Master of Accountancy

Advanced study in accounting theory and practice is available through the Master in accounting programs. Financial analysis, compliance, taxation, and forensic accounting are just a few of the disciplines available. Depending on the program type and attendance rate, students should complete these 30-36-credit courses in 12-18 months.

Master of Science in Finance

A master’s degree in finance provides students with the specific knowledge they need to work in high-level positions in investment banking, private wealth management, corporate finance, or entrepreneurial finance.

Graduate degrees also assist students in obtaining the 150 semester hours of post-secondary education required to operate as a licensed CPA. Traditional Master’s programs typically take two years to finish. Candidates can also participate in a one-year intensive program to expedite their graduation.

Master in Management

Ethical decision-making, business law, global business, workplace security, corporate crime, business culture, entrepreneurship, human resource management, employee motivation, and marketing are all covered in MIM degree programs.

Students must typically complete 36 credits in strategic management, communication, managerial accounting, and other critical areas in today’s Master of Business Administration programs.

Bachelor of Science in International Business

It is a 120-credit curriculum that allows students to study the implications of business’s increasingly global character. Marketing and information technology are two specialization opportunities in this bachelor’s degree. Several four-year institutions’ curricula either allow for or necessitate study abroad.

Associate’s Degree of International Business

International business studies look at how different cultures interact and how it affects business on a global scale. Business strategies, industry research, and technologies employed in the field are all covered in class.

The program’s objectives are to understand international corporate practices, commercial problems, and country environmental variances, such as those in economics and demographics.