Businesses today operate in a global environment that is constantly evolving and changing. The key to success is the ability to adapt and respond quickly. Companies cannot rely solely on developing competitive advantages in new markets, technologies, and products without employing top quality managers who have the knowledge, skills, values, and attitude to succeed. Through team-based projects, lectures, assignments, case analyses and class discussions, the University of Michigan-Flint Graduate Business programs prepare our students to meet today’s challenges and shape tomorrow’s opportunities.
 

GRADUATE PROGRAMS IN BUSINESS

NetPlus! Master of Business Administration

By blending the personal interaction of traditional classroom activities with the anytime, anywhere convenience of modern online learning, the NetPlus! Master of Business Administration is designed to be accessible to busy professionals from a wide geographic area.

Traditional Master of Business Administration

Geared toward working professionals who prefer in-classroom learning environments, all Traditional Master of Business Administration courses meet face-to-face in the evening (7:00 - 9:45pm) , Monday through Thursday.

NetPlus! Master of Science in Accounting

The NetPlus! MSA program is designed to build on your undergraduate education to prepare you for high-level careers in accounting. The NetPlus! MSA also enables you to complete the 150 credit hours required to become a Certified Public Accountant (CPA).

Graduate Certificate in Business

This Certificate program prepares individuals with management and leadership potential to become leaders in their professional field. All courses taken for the Graduate Certificate in Business program also fulfill program requirements of either MBA program should you choose to continue your graduate education after completion of the certificate.

Dual Degree Programs

The University of Michigan-Flint allows students to pursue specific combinations of multiple graduate level (or higher) degrees simultaneously. The purpose of these dual degree programs is to allow students to undertake complementary programs of study simultaneously through streamlined curricular arrangements that allow double-counting of courses, which expedites the completion of each degree.