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Charlton Graduate Programs

Advance your career options with one of Charlton's graduate degree and certificate programs.

Accredited by the AACSB, Charlton’s business programs are today’s business programs—preparing you for a successful business career as well as rewarding careers in government, not-for-profits, and entrepreneurial ventures.


Master of Business Administration

30 Credit MBA
Complete your MBA (master’s in business administration) at your own pace: one course at a time, or as many as four per semester.
Concentrate on the topics that relate to your career goals—from accounting and finance to sustainability, healthcare, and international business.

4+1 Bachelor's MBA
Combine your UMass Dartmouth bachelor’s degree with a final year of graduate study at Charlton. This program is designed for non-business majors. Charlton undergraduates: you already have the opportunity to earn your bachelor's and MBA in five years.

JD/MBA
Integrate advanced business education with your studies at UMass School of Law—and maximize your career options with the Master of Business Administration/Juris Doctor Joint Degree program.

Master of Science in Accounting
Enhance your accounting degrees and advance in your field. The MS in Accounting program also offers opportunities to non-accounting graduates to transition to more rewarding accounting and related careers.

Master of Science in Healthcare Management
Prepare to lead your organization by acquiring the technical and human relations skills needed to put administrative policies and plans into practice with the MS in Healthcare Management.

Master of Science in Technology Management
Lead your organization—respond rapidly and innovatively to the challenges in the dynamic, technology-driven, and competitive global business environment with a MS in Technology Management.

Graduate Certificate Program
Enhance your professional options by pursuing one of Charlton’s graduate certificate programs—then consider the next step: continuing on to your MBA.

 

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