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Graduate Degree Concentrations

Our students may further customize their graduate program by adding a concentration. Fulfill your elective requirements for your program with classes from your concentration of choice, and you’ll only need an additional six to 12 credit hours to complete the concentration.

Concentrations are available in the following programs:

     

Accounting (18 credit hours)

May supplement the MBA, Management, Nonprofit Management or Supply Chain Management programs.
Financial Accounting & Reporting I
Financial Accounting & Reporting II
Financial Accounting & Reporting III
Federal Income Tax for Individuals
Auditing
Advanced Topics in Management Cost Accounting

Finance (15 credit hours) 

May supplement the MBA, Management, Nonprofit Management or Supply Chain Management programs.
Credit Management (Prerequisite: Financial Management)
Investments (Prerequisite: Financial Management)
Commercial Banking (Prerequisite: Financial Management)
Advanced Financial Management (Prerequisites: Financial Management AND Financial Accounting)
Case Study Finance (Prerequisites: Financial Management AND Financial Accounting)

Management (15 credit hours) 

May supplement the MBA, Nonprofit Management or Supply Chain Management programs.
Fundamentals of Executive Management
Organizational Culture and Communication
Budgeting and Accounting for Managers
Organizational Behavior and HR Management
The Social and Legal Environment of Business

Marketing (15 credit hours) 

May supplement the MBA, Management, Nonprofit Management or Supply Chain Management programs.
Advertising Principles
Principles of Selling
Consumer Behavior
Marketing Research
Seminar in Marketing Management

Nonprofit Management (18 credit hours)

May supplement the MBA, Management or Supply Chain Management programs.
Marketing and Communications for Nonprofits
Resource Development for Nonprofits
Revenue Streams for Nonprofits
Government, Leadership and Management for Nonprofits
Nonprofit Operations

Supply Chain Management (15 credit hours)  

May supplement the MBA, Management or Nonprofit Management programs.
Supply Chain Management
Materials Management
Logistics in the Supply Chain
Lean Principles in the Supply Chain
Finance & Negotiation in Supply Chain (Prerequisite: Macroeconomics)