To achieve success, you need more than just a good idea. You need entrepreneurial know-how to create new product lines and services from innovations, strong business models, go-to-market strategies, and business plans for investors.
Designed for busy working professionals like you, the Online MBA program places emphasis on digital analytics and expertise to build the business leaders of tomorrow.
A unique opportunity to earn a combined degree with our integrated online curriculum. Hone your financial expertise through future-focused business education offered through our Online MBA/MS in Finance.
- PTMBA Corporate Finance
- PTMBA Corporate Renewal
- PTMBA Entrepreneurship
- PTMBA Healthcare Management
- PTMBA International Business
- PTMBA Investments
- PTMBA Marketing
- PTMBA Mutual Fund Management
- PTMBA Supply Chain Management
- PTMBA Technological Entrepreneurship
Challenge your perspective. Move your future forward. Accelerate your career, on your schedule, with the Part-Time MBA at D’Amore-McKim.
Accelerate your career. Move your future forward. Build your core business skills and specialized financial expertise in the Part-Time MS in Finance/MBA.
Graduate level accounting knowledge is needed to accelerate your career in this fast-paced field. Position yourself to get ahead faster as you gain the additional credit hours required for CPA licensure with our PlusOne MS in Accounting for BSBA students.
- Undergraduate Accounting
- Undergraduate Entrepreneurship & Innovation
- Undergraduate Healthcare Management
- Undergraduate International Business
- Undergraduate Management
- Undergraduate Management & Information Systems
- Undergraduate Marketing
- Undergraduate Marketing Analytics
- Undergraduate Supply Chain Management
Financial knowledge is seen as essential to effective management. So why not get ahead faster with our PlusOne MS in Finance for BSBA students?
Our 3-credit, week-long residency showcases the intersection of government with business. You will meet with members of Congress, senior civil servants, business executives, lobbyists and other officials to learn first-hand how public policy affects the U.S. and global economies.