Our MAcc program was recently ranked as a top-20 program in national Certified Public Accounting (CPA) exam pass rates. Compared to CPAs without a master's degree, graduates of our program consistently excel in placement prior to graduation, pass rates on the CPA exam, and the rate of advancement within their professional careers.
Our recently redesigned MBA program blends quality, flexibility, and value as it primes mid-level professionals to advance their careers. Most classes are held weekday evenings at Barry Hall, in the heart of the downtown business community (with some options for remote/synchronous and/or online/asynchronous courses). Students can concentrate in a variety of areas such as business analytics, digital marketing and innovation, and leadership and managerial skills.
Tailor made for current and future leaders in agribusiness, the Ag MBA combines the strengths of NDSU's College of Business with the Department of Agribusiness and Applied Economics. Designed for both full- and part-time students, including working professionals, the curriculum focuses on the intersection of business and agriculture.
This program is designed to advance graduates' understanding of business analytics and the role data play in decision-making. Enterprise systems and the rise of "big data" are creating unprecedented opportunities and challenges for today's modern organizations. The ability to apply cutting-edge data analytics tools and methodologies will be crucial to success in the competitive world of business.
This fully online degree program focuses on areas such as integrated supply chain management, sourcing, procurement, financial planning, global supply chain, data analytics, spreadsheet modeling, technology enablers, change management, and leadership, training graduates to become leaders in the next generation of the digital enterprise. These skills are widely applicable to industries like manufacturing, agriculture, energy, health care, etc.
This program takes an interdisciplinary approach to transportation and supply chain and attracts students with backgrounds in supply chain management, transportation, agribusiness, applied economics, civil engineering, construction management, emergency management, finance, geosciences, and industrial/manufacturing engineering.