Graduate Programs in the College of Business

The Gary W. Rollins College of Business is committed to meeting the evolving needs of the 21st century corporate world with innovative online business graduate programs. Our variety of quality graduate educational programs and master's programs in business provide you with the knowledge, business skills and professional training to prepare you for managerial, professional, or entrepreneurial opportunities.

We offer innovative on-campus and online graduate programs. We engage in research that serves the needs  and interests of business and management within our community. And we support research to enhance the education process here at UTC. Through the sharing of knowledge, experience, and insight in all of our initiatives, the Rollins College of Business strives to foster progressive innovation and an entrepreneurial spirit. We offer the area's only AACSB accredited business graduate degree programs.

 

Build a brighter future with one of our master's degrees in business:

MBA online graduate programs

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Our MBA programs offer you an experiential learning environment that links theoretical knowledge with practical business application. We offer both a 100% Online program and a Flexible MBA to better meet your learning preferences and your scheduling needs.

Master of Accountancy MAcc

Master of Accountancy (MAcc)

The MAcc degree explores current and emerging issues in the accounting profession and helps prepare you for the CPA Exam. Our undergraduate MAcc 4+1 allows qualified UTC undergraduate accounting students to earn a B.S. and a graduate degree in accounting in as little as five years.

Graduate Certificate in Business Analytics Graduate degree program

Graduate Certificate in Business Analytics

One of UTC's more innovative business graduate programs, this Business Analytics Graduate Certificate program, cosponsored by SAS, meets the rising demand for data savvy professionals. It can help you learn to analyze business data through the use of modeling and other techniques.

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