The Master of Business Administration (MBA) at the Henry W. Bloch School of Management is for college graduates or mid-career individuals who seek to enter or rise within the ranks of management. MBA classes are offered at night to accommodate the schedules of full-time professionals.
Intensive Full-Time Master of Business Administration
The Bloch Intensive Full-Time MBA is aimed at highly motivated professionals. By investing one year in this extraordinarily innovative and entrepreneurial MBA program, students can reach their goals more quickly. It's faster. Accelerated. Experienced at the rapid pace participants thrive on.
The M.S.A. program offers options for students both with and without undergraduate accounting backgrounds, and all of our M.S.A. courses are offered at night to accommodate the schedules of full-time professionals.
The Master of Science in Finance (M.S.F.) is for students and executives seeking specialized training in finance in preparation for financial certifications such as the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), and Certified Financial Planner (CFP), as well as for acquiring career advancement skills in a variety of financial fields.
The Lewis White Real Estate Center's Master of Science in Entrepreneurial Real Estate (M.S.E.R.E.) is designed for students interested in all aspects of real estate who have decided their career paths require an advanced level of knowledge.
The Bloch School's nationally and globally ranked programs make it a great choice to begin your career path. At the Bloch School, you not only get an excellent foundation in business education, but also an innovative and global mindset which is strongly infused throughout coursework in all disciplines. Bloch courses are offered either during the day or at night.
Accountants are always in demand in a variety of enterprises. The Henry W. Bloch School of Management offers excellence in accounting education through its accounting programs. Conveniently, B.S.A. students can go on to complete their Master of Science in Accounting in just 30 additional credit hours.