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Business graduate programs

Graduate Degree Programs

The Tim and Steph Busch School of Business and Economics offers five masters degree programs in Washington DC. Each one teaches career-oriented skills with an emphasis on respect for the dignity of the human person, and the positive role of business and economics as forces for good in communities, institutions and society. Part-time and evening options for working professionals are also available.

Master of Science in Business Analysis

The MSBA is a full time degree in business completed in one year for non-business majors. The program focuses on the skills, tools and processes needed for a successful career in business, government, or the not-for-profit sector. What's the the difference between an MBA and MSBA?

Master of Science in Management

The MSM is a part-time, evening degree designed to fit the busy schedules of working professionals. This on-campus 36 credit hour program is offered in partnership with the Metropolitan School of Professional Studies. The MSM focuses on the concepts, principles, and issues experienced by managers in all types of organizations.

Master of Arts in Integral Economic Development Management

The M.A.IEDM program is the first to create and implement the integrated perspective that development entities demand. It emphasizes innovative measures to evaluate the impact and effectiveness of development programs, while teaching applied management and economics skills.

Master of Arts in Integral Economic
Development Policy

The M.A.IEDP program innovatively teaches graduates the real-world skills so needed today in effective policy design and quantitative policy evaluation within an integral framework and perspective towards development.

Master of Science in Accounting

The M.S.A. is a one-year, 30-credit-hour program for students who have completed a B.S. in accounting or equivalent. Students who complete the M.S.A will be eligible and well prepared for the CPA examination.

Master of Science in Ecclesial Administration and Management

MEAM is a professional degree that prepares clergy for effective and effcient parish and diocesan leadership.



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