Project Management: Examine project management fundamentals, strategies and advanced concepts, in addition to theory and techniques for effectively leading across complex projects.
Sustainability Management: Explore green business strategies consistent with environmental law and principles that contribute to sustainable business and development practices at the local, regional and global levels.
Finance: Study corporate finance, from venture capital, investment management, derivatives and mergers and acquisitions to advanced corporate financial instruments and processes such as futures, options, recapitalization and private equity valuation.
Financial Analytics: Develop expertise to succeed in business' increasingly data- and technology-driven environment. This concentration focuses on data analysis skills, such as R and Python programming, database management and data visualization, and applies them to real-world financial analysis problems.
Financial Engineering: Attain advanced mathematical knowledge to evaluate the complexities of modern financial markets and produce actionable insights related to portfolio selection, financial risk management and asset pricing.
Information Systems: Train to deploy and manage Information Technology (IT) tools that drive digital innovation, improve processes, management and service, and make businesses more effective by integrating new technologies.
Network & Communication Management & Services: Acquire foundational and advanced skills for data and voice networking through Local Area Networks (LANs) and review emerging cloud computing and networking technologies. Study how to build and manage business information networks consistent with U.S. telecommunications law and regulations.