Choose from 10 Concentrations
The business landscape is changing and so are the expectations of employers and shareholders. Adding a concentration will help you develop the broad and functional skills needed to thrive in today’s robust business environment.
Concentrations include at least 9 credit hours. Students must complete courses from at least two academic departments within the concentration.
Learn the basic programming skills needed to work with data, statistics to understand the results, and modeling skills to determine what it means for a business.
Gain the technical and managerial acumen required for management and leadership functions in electronic applications for businesses and industries of today and the future.
Know the theory and techniques necessary for understanding collaboration in any environment. Courses highlight the power of synergy in teamwork and how to fully harness these benefits.
Advance practical expertise in managing diverse healthcare processes necessary for individual and corporate growth and development.
Prepare to manage human resource functions, including employee recruitment, selection, retention, development, and compensation.
The global business environment is complex and constantly changing; be prepared to manage successfully in that environment.
Acquire the advanced management and analytical skills needed to launch a successful career in the financial services industry. Courses provide current theories, practices, and strategies for investment management and analysis.
Enhance any career track by gaining an understanding of how to identify and manage various types of risk.
Customize your program in order to enhance professional and personal success through developing critical skills in quality management, process improvement, and sustainability.
Obtain multi-disciplinary knowledge and critical skills needed to effectively manage a business in a manner that is environmentally and socially responsible as well as profitable.
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