The Collins College of Business is proud to offer the following graduate programs:
Full-Time MBA: Partnering with Business
The Collins College of Business full-time MBA will assist you in developing critical thinking skills by immersing you in real-world situations that teach you new ways to think about and solve problems. The three-semester cohort program includes a project course in the last semester in which students work as teams of business advisers on real consulting projects within local businesses and organizations. Our rigorous curriculum combined with experiential learning in an extremely personal environment will set you apart from the competition and prepare you to lead an organization through future business challenges.
MBA for Working Professionals
The Collins College of Business MBA for Working Professionals program is an evening program designed for those with full-time employment who wish to sharpen their business skills and enhance their career advancement opportunities. During the regular semesters, each course meets one night per week. Classes are small, resulting in an extremely personal environment. Real-world cases and current events are incorporated into classes, which will assist you in developing critical thinking skills and teach you new ways to think about and solve problems. Completion of the MBA will set you apart in the workplace and prepare you to take a leadership role in business.
MBA in Health Care Delivery Sciences
The MBA in Health Care Delivery Sciences (MBA-HCDS) emphasizes population health, social determinants of health, communication skills and community disparities, providing the knowledge and skills necessary to successfully lead and manage a health care organization in a changing and competitive environment. The program provides a true balance of emphasis on core business knowledge with a strong background in issues related to health policy and community health.
MS in Business Analytics
The Collins College of Business MS in Business Analytics targets the education of students in the analysis, interpretation and prediction capabilities of large sets of data. This program will help students master the technical tools necessary to perform analysis of a variety of data but will also allow them to specialize in a discipline-specific area. Furthermore, coursework will develop the communication skills of students, a key component to employment and success in the field.
MS in Finance (MSF)
The MSF delivers in-depth study of the sophisticated analytical techniques and marker transactions that drive financial innovation. Students choose to focus in corporate finance, investments and portfolio management or risk management. Students participate in controlled financial scenarios using electronic stock ticker boards, computers, Bloomberg terminals and financial data-bases. This program requires 36 hours of study. Foundation courses may also be required.
MS in Quantitative Finance (MSQF)
The MS in Quantitative Finance is a STEM-certified program designed for individuals with a business or quantitative background and experience or educational training in the natural sciences (primarily mathematics or physics), in engineering, or in applied sciences. This program helps students develop the skills necessary to analyze and implement quantitative techniques as applied to financial decisions, including the areas of asset pricing, risk management, financial forecasting, and financial engineering. This program requires 36 hours of study. Foundation courses may also be required.
Master of Accountancy (MAcc)
The Collins College of Business MAcc prepares students to apply discipline-specific knowledge and skills to provide the foundation for a successful career in accounting. The program allows students to develop critical thinking skills, as well as foster an understanding of the strategic role of accounting in business organizations and society. The 30 hour MAcc degree program can be completed in as little as 12 months, satisfying requirements for CPA exam eligibility for many students. Students without an undergraduate degree in accounting can become CPA compliant with additional courses.
Master of Energy Business
The online Master of Energy Business is a professional graduate program designed for working professionals with backgrounds in engineering, geosciences, law, business, and related disciplines who seek to advance their careers in the energy industry. The degree blends sound business principles and skills with contemporary energy issues and perspectives to create an extraordinarily focused educational experience. The primary objective is to train individuals to become strong managers, problem solvers and idea generators so they can add value to their companies and the industry.
MS in Global Energy
The MS in Global Energy is specifically focused on the international energy community and seeks to attract students who have the potential to excel on the world stage. The program focuses on educating students from diverse cultures who are passionate about energy and its impact on global business, society, and the environment. Furthermore, the MS in Global Energy provides students with a strong business foundation and knowledge about the broader international energy arena, enriching each student’s career prospects.
Joint Degree Programs
The Collins College of Business offers several joint degree programs. Joint degree programs allow students to earn two independent degrees that share credit hours, reducing overall program length. Students in a joint degree program may be enrolled in the College of Business and another department at TU simultaneously while earning their degree. Available joint degree programs include an MBA/MS in Finance, an MS in Finance/MS in Applied Mathematics, an MBA/MS in Computer Science and a 3+3 BSBA/JD.
Joint Juris Doctor (JD) Programs
The Collins College of Business Graduate Programs and the College of Law jointly offer two joint Juris Doctor and Graduate Business programs. Students in our JD/MBA and JD/MSF programs are enrolled in both the College of Law and the Collins College of Business. Graduates earn two independent degrees in a joint program that combines credit hours reducing program length.