Information on our masters programs is below. For more information on any of our programs, contact an advisor or call the Graduate Programs Office at 313-577-4511.
Course requirements vary by degree. An academic advisor can guide you through the process and help you create a plan of work for your degree.
Please use the menu on the left to learn more about any of our masters programs.
Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.)
Our M.B.A. program has been helping business professionals build their skills and get ahead for more than 50 years. It provides knowledge across multiple business disciplines, preparing students to succeed in many professional settings.
Students can tailor their program to meet their specific needs through optional concentrations or focused elective courses.
The entire program consists of 36 credit hours, although some students will complete more than that, depending on their academic backgrounds.
Master of Science in Accounting (M.S.A.)
Our M.S.A. program is highly selective and is intended for students with undergraduate degrees in business or accounting.
The program prepares students for a professional career in public accounting and provides the opportunity to meet the 150-hour education requirement for licensure as a Certified Public Accountant in Michigan.
The M.S.A. program requires a total of 30 credit hours, although some students will complete more than that, depending on their academic backgrounds.
Master of Science in Taxation (M.S.T.)
The M.S.T. program prepares students for entry into professional tax practice in both the public and private sectors.
Our program uses an interdisciplinary approach in which students learn the accounting, legal and public policy aspects of taxation. This helps students build a well-rounded knowledge base.
The M.S.T. program requires a total of 30 credit hours, although some students will complete more than that, depending on their academic backgrounds.
The Joint J.D./M.B.A. program is for students interested in developing both business and legal acumen.
Students can earn both degrees within five or six years, depending on whether they attend part-time or full-time.