Degree Programs

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MS in Accounting & Information Technology

The master of science in accounting and information technology (MSAIT) degree develops interdisciplinary competencies needed to respond to the evolving demands being placed on accountants and information technology professionals in modern organizations.


Master of Accountancy

The overall objective of the Master of Accountancy (MAcy) program is to produce accounting students broadly educated in business fundamentals, research methodology, accounting concepts and accounting practices. Students explore the social and environmental effects of accounting information on those who rely on it for decision making. A unique aspect of the program is its emphasis on the ethical implications of accounting, auditing, and financial reporting.

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Master of Business Administration

The McCoy Master of Business Administration (MBA) programs emphasize the knowledge and skills needed for professional success and are designed for individuals who expect to pursue careers in the management of organizations in either the public or private sector. The MBA program is offered in two formats: A Full-Time Cohort MBA for students who would like to complete the program in fairly rapid, more structured format; and a customizable Flex MBA program designed for working professionals and those individuals who desire a self-paced program with more latitude for specialization.

MS in Data Analytics & Information Systems

The mission of the Master of Science in Data Analytics and Information Systems (MSDAIS) program is to produce graduates with the skills required to be proficient in data analytics and information systems. The MSDAIS program is designed to prepare students to use information systems and quantitative skills to conduct data analysis. Graduates of this program will be capable of transforming organizational data into actionable information using data analytics and information systems skills.

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MS in Human Resource Management

The Master of Science in Human Resource Management (MSHRM) program is a flexible, part-time program designed to prepare students for successful careers in human resource management. Compared to the MBA program, which offers a broad-based business education, the MSHRM is a specialized program focusing exclusively on the major aspects of human resource management.

NOTE: The Master of Science in Human Resource Management (MSHRM) program is no longer accepting applications (as of January 2022). Prospective applicants are encouraged to instead consider the Master of Business Administration (MBA) program with a concentration in HR Management which provides students with both specialized HR courses along with a broad MBA curriculum.

MS in Marketing Research & Analysis

The Master of Science in Marketing Research and Analysis (MSMRA) program is a flexible, part-time program designed to provide students with the skills to conduct marketing research and use marketing analytics, but most importantly, to make the connection to marketing practice. Compared to the MBA program, which offers a broad-based business education, the MSMRA is a specialized program focusing exclusively on the major aspects of marketing research and data analysis.

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MS in Quantitative Finance & Economics

The Master of Science in Quantitative Finance and Economics (MSQFE) equips students to succeed in an increasingly technical and data-driven job market by developing complementary skills in economic theory, financial analysis, quantitative methods, and the application of all three to business solutions. The program combines the strengths of each field; the theoretical and quantitative skills of economics are crucial in their practical application to financial analysis of firms and markets.