Graduate Degrees and Program Options
The College of Business prides itself on being a leader in providing graduate programs that deliver outstanding quality, a highly relevant curriculum, instructional excellence, and extraordinary convenience at an exceptional value. Students may start their MBA in the fall, spring, or summer semester. All students will take Foundations of Business, a four-credit hour graduate course sequence covering material designed to prepare all students to succeed in the more discipline specific graduate courses regardless of their undergraduate major or the age of their undergraduate degree.
- MBA Degree
MBA. Concentrations are available in accounting, family studies, finance, health care management, human resources management, information systems, global business, project management, ERP Systems Using SAP, and sales and new business development.
Executive MBA. The EMBA is designed for rising managers, entrepreneurs, and mid-career professionals. The curriculum focuses on topics relevant to mid-management success. The Executive MBA is delivered online and at our campus in Florence, AL, and a different curriculum is delivered in hybrid format.
- MAcc Degree. The Master of Accountancy (MAcc) is designed for those desiring more thorough knowledge of accounting theory and practice.
- Joint Curriculum Two Degrees Program. The Joint Curriculum Two Degrees Program allows students to earn a Master of Business Administration degree and a Master of Science in Family Studies degree simultaneously. Students must be eligible to be admitted to both programs and must meet the degree requirements outlined in the joint curriculum.