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Complete your degree in 18 months
Now accepting applications - courses run continuously every 6 weeks
- Classes meet in Beverly and Boston
- Choose from 14 specializations
- 14 courses (42 credits), 10 core and 4 specialization courses
- Cohort based program
- Six week, accelerated courses meet one night a week
- Optional week-long, international business course in Greece or Mexico
- GMAT not required
Program of Study
||Accounting from a Manager’s Perspective
||Managerial Finance and Decision Making
||Managing in the Evolving Workplace
||Operations and Logistics Management
||Marketing and Customer Value Management
||Managing Information Systems
||Human Resources in Transition
||Business Policy and Strategy
|Total degree requirements
||Homeland Security Studies
To complete a specialization in the following areas, students must complete four three-credit courses (for a total of 12 credits) in the area of specialization.
Specialization requirements for those currently offered are as follows:
ACCT 521 Financial Reporting & Analysis 3 cr.
ACCT 550 Taxation 3 cr.
ACCT 560 Managerial Cost Accounting 3 cr.
ACCT 570 Intermediate Accounting 3 cr.
ENTP 503 Family Business 3 cr.
ENTP 513 Entrepreneurial Enterprise 3 cr.
ENTP 526 Entrepreneurial Marketing 3 cr.
ENTP 530 Entrepreneurial Venture Finance 3 cr.
FNCE 521 Financial Reporting & Analysis 3 cr.
FNCE 560 Evaluating Capital Investments 3 cr.
FNCE 570 Financial Markets & Institutions
FNCE 580 Investments Analysis & Portfolio
Management 3 cr.
MGMT 507 Leadership Principles 3 cr.
MGMT 509 Business Ethics 3 cr.
MGMT 527 Creativity and Innovation 3 cr.
MGMT 547 Managing Innovation and Organizational
Change 3 cr.
HCMT 550 American Health Policy 3 cr.
HCMT 560 Healthcare Finance 3 cr.
HCMT 570 Healthcare Informatics & IT Systems 3 cr.
HCMT 580 Regulation & Strategic Planning 3 cr.
HLS 505: Introduction to Homeland Security 3 cr.
HLS 510: Asymmetric Threats to the American
Homeland 3 cr.
HLS 542: Emergency Management in Homeland
Security 3 cr.
HLS 577: Special Topics in Homeland Security 3 cr.
HMT 550 Hotel Facility Design 3 cr.
HMT 560 Hotel Risk Management 3 cr.
HMT 570 Marketing Quality Service in Hospitality 3 cr.
HMT 580 Hotel Revenue Management 3 cr.
|Human Resources Management
HRMT 505 Compensation and Benefits 3 cr.
HRMT 511 Human Resource Laws and Compliance 3 cr.
HRMT 517 Organizational and Individual Development 3 cr.
HRMT 522 Recruitment and Selection 3 cr.
INBS 550 International Marketing 3 cr.
INBS 560 International Business Negotiations 3 cr.
INBS 570 International Business Law 3 cr.
INBS 580 Business & Management in BRIC Countries 3 cr.
MKTG 518 Customer Relationship Management 3 cr.
MKTG 524 Marketing and Product Management 3 cr.
MKTG 531 Sales Force Management 3 cr.
MKTG 553 Digital Marketing 3 cr.
NPPA 550 Managing the Non-Profit 3 cr.
NPPA 560 Marketing & Fundraising in Non-Profits 3 cr.
NPPA 570 Non-Profit Leadership 3 cr.
NPPA 580 Providing Direction for Non-Profits 3 cr.
OPMT 550 High Performance Service Management 3 cr.
OPMT 560 Lean Thinking and 6 Sigma 3 cr.
OPMT 570 Global Logistics 3 cr.
OPMT 580 Global Supply Chain Management 3 cr.
MAR 550 Ocean Sciences
MAR 560 Maritime Regulatory Environment
MAR 570 Port and Shipping Operations
MAR 580 Waterfront Planning
| Project Management
PMGT 512 Business Analysis Techniques
used in Project and Program Management 3 cr.
PMGT 523 Negotiation and Conflict 3 cr.
PMGT 525 Program Management 3 cr.
PMGT 528 Scheduling Tools and Techniques 3 cr.
1. Application and $50 non-refundable application fee.
2. 250-500 word essay explaining your professional goals and reason for pursuing the degree.
4. Two letters of recommendation.
5. Official transcripts of undergraduate and graduate coursework.
6. Personal interview.
- Demonstrate the analytical and problem solving skills needed to solve complex challenges in business.
- Understand and be able to use team building, collaborative behaviors and project management in the accomplishment of group tasks.
- Effectively communicate in writing and through oral communication within the conventions of business
- Demonstrate the critical inquiry and analysis skills needed to engage constructively in intellectual discourse within business.
- Design, execute, and present a personal project, which synthesizes and applies selected knowledge, skills and experiences appropriate to the students’ personal and professional goals and/or their chosen area of specialization.