Boston University’s online Graduate Programs in Management are an integrated suite of six specialized master’s degrees and four graduate certificates that actively redefine professional management education. Designed by internationally respected faculty, these advanced management programs offer an interdisciplinary curriculum that prepares accomplished professionals to become forward-thinking leaders. It’s an educational experience unlike any other and an uncommon opportunity to learn the skills that will be needed in the next decade—and beyond.
BU proudly offers these Graduate Programs in Management as some of the most acclaimed academic platforms in the world. Explore this site and discover all the reasons why. Of all the differentiators, you’ll learn that what truly sets us apart is how we come together.
Applicable to every industry, BU’s Graduate Programs in Management develop advanced critical reasoning skills, leadership from a global perspective, and practical tools for actionable growth in a changing business landscape.
Fueling the Global Markets
In a somewhat turbulent financial landscape, it is crucial for banking and finance professionals to have a fundamental understanding of the financial markets and their institutions, as well as a clear comprehension of the financial instruments at their disposal. Students not only gain this foundational knowledge in the Master of Science in Banking & Financial Services Management online program, but they also learn to analyze data to build well thought out projections, forecasts and financial models.
The MSBFSM prepares students to develop financial strategies within the financial services industry or any company’s finance department, while balancing the ethical considerations of their decisions. The program’s distinguished instructors bring a wealth of professional and academic experience into the classroom, giving students access to real-world practice through case studies and scenarios.
Boston University is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Commission on Institutions of Higher Education