What types of Business Graduate Programs are there? Business Masters Programs and PhD Programs
Continue to refine your search by selecting your program level, which is based largely on what education level you are currently at. Are you an undergraduate looking for Business Masters Programs or MBA Programs, or are you ready to review PhD in Economics programs? Are you a working professional with an undergraduate degree in another field than business looking into a Graduate Certificate in Business to fine-tune your business and management skills? Are you already in business and want to learn new skills such as Human Resource Management; Graduate certificate degrees in Business are also available in a broad array of subjects.
Business Masters Programs include administration, accounting, finance and a host of other career-oriented topics. Different types of master's degrees in business include the Master of Business Administration (MBA), Master of Accountancy (MAcc) and Master of Science (MS) in Finance. You might also find Master of Public Policy: Human Rights Advocacy Concentration or MS in Organizational Leadership. Being specific about your career goals will be useful as you consider masters programs.
If you are looking into a PhD or Doctor of Business Administration degree, you are likely at the level where you know exactly what you want to cultivate the next level of expertise in. Whether you are looking for a PhD in Human Development, a DBA, or a Doctor of Health Administration, our ‘subject selection’ and the ability to request information directly from the business graduate school will assist you in making your choice.
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MBA graduates learn valuable skills such as how to evaluate a company’s competitive strengths and strategies; or how to identify changes that will help improve performance and profit. Often, a graduate degree in business is required for advanced positions, or to set you apart from the competition in the workplace. So, take a deep breath and look forward to your next academic step!
sources: BLS 2016