Personalize your graduate experience at Michigan State University’s top-ranked Eli Broad College of Business.
Every graduate program at Michigan State University’s Eli Broad College of Business takes off from the same gate: empowering students with the knowledge and experience they need to reach their personal goals. But where you land? That’s entirely up to you.
At Broad, you’ll find not only the academic flexibility, but also the individualized coaching and support you need to custom fit a degree program to your professional path. Study full time or on the weekends to earn your MBA. Or choose among seven specialized MS degrees – including the supply chain management program U.S. News and World Report has ranked #2 for more than a decade and one of the most respected hospitality business programs in the nation.
Concentrations in finance, marketing, supply chain and human resource management. Action-based experiential learning.
The rigor of a full-time MBA program with the integrative management curriculum and weekend schedule of an executive program.
MS in Accounting
Specializations in taxation, information systems, and public and corporate accounting. Prepares you completely to sit for the CPA.
MS in Business Analytics
Experiential program that focuses on three core areas: business strategy, applied statistics and data mining. Corporate projects every semester.
MS in Finance
Designed for working professionals and recent college graduates seeking expertise in financial analysis, valuation, corporate governance and restructuring, asset management, investment research, sales and trading, insurance and risk.
Online MS in Management, Strategy, and Leadership
Offered exclusively online, designed for working professionals looking to earn a degree and advance their careers around their busy schedules.
MS in Marketing Research
Progressive curriculum creates innovative, client-centric thinkers who generate insights to drive business impact.
MS in Supply Chain Management
Designed for professionals who are working full time. Provides specific deeper knowledge of supply chain practices and technologies.
The School of Hospitality Business MS programs
Encourages the design of individualized programs which meet the specific professional needs.