Prepare yourself to meet the evolving needs of industry with a specialized business and management program focusing on the latest competencies, technologies, and insights. Undergraduate or graduate, the degree and certificate programs in business and management at MET connect you to an engaged community and rigorous, relevant academics. Students gain first-hand business acumen from faculty with extensive industry and research experience, and make vital connections with peers from around the world. Through programs in applied business analytics, enterprise risk management, project management, supply chain management, among many more, MET provides an education that is practical, insightful, and geared toward adaptability in today’s rapidly evolving industry, conferring you with knowledge that can be applied on the job immediately.
#9, Best Online Master's in Business Programs (Excluding MBA)
MET’s online master’s degrees in management are ranked #9 in the nation by U.S. News & World Report for 2023.
Acquire an understanding of the concepts, theories, and applications of management and liberal arts, and develop critical thinking skills and analytical capabilities in this self-paced or accelerated major.
Enhance your ability to analyze the challenges of business and society through modern quantitative methods and training in economic theory and institutions, opening the door to government, legal, business, and teaching professions.
MS in Administrative Studies, Innovation & Technology Concentration
This MSAS concentration in Innovation & Technology focuses on developing innovation and technology strategies inorder to transform a business model and provide new revenue and value-producing opportunities.
Gain hands-on experience with a variety of analytical models and decision-support tools that you can apply to interlinked data-inputs and large data sets in the areas of marketing, operations, product and technology innovations, financial services, and others.
Master the essential tools and theories needed to lead change, think strategically in complex business situations, and provide analytical and technological solutions that mitigate risk across entire enterprises—knowledge you can immediately apply in an exciting, data-driven industry.
Prepare for the highly competitive global financial services environment by developing career-building skills in corporate finance, financial management, investment analysis, and multinational finance.
MS in Financial Management, International Finance Concentration
The MSFM concentration in International Finance examines prepares you to excel at credit risk evaluation, quantitative security selection, risk measurement and mitigation, cash management, and understanding the impact of foreign exchange rates on cost of capital and budgeting.
MS in Financial Management, Investment Analysis Concentration
The MSFM concentration in Investment Analysis examines investment strategies, asset valuation, and investment management, preparing you for a variety of careers in finance involving analysis and valuation of financial assets, as well as risk management.
Enhance your understanding of international business, economics, market research, and culture while developing skills in ecommerce, digital marketing, market research and data analysis, finance, project management, and product and service development.
Complement your insurance expertise with an understanding of general management principles in accounting, finance, operations, and leadership—part of a curriculum designed specifically for professionals who have acquired the Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter (CPCU) Credential.
Learn to manage complex projects, facilitate communication between the project team and clients, and balance competing demands among scope, time, cost, and quality. Accredited by the PMI® Global Accreditation Center for Project Management Education Programs (GAC).
Examine the design, optimization, and operation of a global supply chain and learn to analyze and improve business process flows and become a confident decision-maker. Optional concentrations include Analytics, Logistics Management, and Risk Management.
MS in Supply Chain Management, Analytics Concentration
The MSSCM concentration in Analytics develops expertise in operations-related analytics, including supply chain strategies, analysis and mitigation of supply chain risks, management of performance, quality control, and inventory and capacity management.
MS in Supply Chain Management, Global Business Concentration
The MSSCM concentration in Global Business provides an understanding of the issues that arise when managing global business structures, including decision-making competency in the areas of international trade, logistics, and multinational finance.
MS in Supply Chain Management, Logistics Management Concentration
The MSSCM concentration in Logistics Management emphasizes decision-making in the areas of transportation management, warehouse and distribution center operations, and logistics network design—including an understanding of key tradeoffs and the effect of variance in a logistics system.
MS in Supply Chain Management, Risk Management Concentration
The MSSCM concentration in Risk Management examines business continuity planning and crisis management, including the skills needed to identify emergent threats and develop strategic responses that adhere to proven enterprise risk management principles.
Acquire the foundational knowledge and tools needed for corporate financial analysis and capital budgeting, while developing your analytical skills through hands-on coursework and real-world case studies.
Gain expertise in the proactive aspects of enterprise risk management, examine a range of technical and logistical issues, and learn to formulate and execute plans, frameworks, and processes for business continuity and disaster recovery.
Study financial theory, acquire technical skills for developing analytical approaches, and improve your critical thinking abilities through hands-on coursework and real-world case studies that qualify you for positions in cash management, capital budgeting, and risk management.
Learn internet-based marketing skills such as ecommerce principles, web design, Search Engine Optimization (SEO), and Search Engine Marketing (SEM), and develop an understanding of social media and platform business models in today’s highly competitive and international environment.
Learn the key managerial competencies required to facilitate the development of commercialized innovations and bring new products and solutions to a pre-commercial stage relevant to rapidly changing technological, economic, and cultural environments.
Specialize in the highly desired area of international finance and develop the knowledge to address corporate questions pertaining to foreign exchange risk, transaction and translation exposure, and corporate strategy and foreign direct investment.
Develop in-depth knowledge of investment strategies, asset valuation, and investment management that can be applied to a variety of careers in finance involving analysis and valuation of financial assets as well as risk management.
Conduct project simulations, examine detailed case studies, and gain both theoretical and practical expertise in project management tools and techniques, with an emphasis on communications, risk analysis, cost estimation and budgeting, and quality control.
PMI Global Accreditation Center for Project Management
BU MET’s MS in Project Management and MS in Computer Information Systems concentration in IT Project Management are accredited by the Project Management Institute Global Accreditation Center for Project Management Education Programs (GAC).