The Accounting specialization involves principal subjects in the field: financial accounting, managerial accounting, taxation and auditing. Students not only acquire a diverse and detailed education in the subject matter, but also develop transferable skills and analytical acumen.
This specialization is valuable to almost any organization. The curriculum reflects the faculty’s focus on real world application and is designed to help students understand marketing strategy, the details of marketing tactics and the general principles of marketing in a rapidly evolving technological and diversified arena.
This integrative specialization emphasizes applying and synthesizing concepts and techniques from the various functional areas of accounting, finance, managerial economics, marketing, operations management, and organizational behavior in the context of strategy making.
Operations Management & Information Systems
The courses offered in the Operations Management and Information Systems (OMIS) specialization provide solid grounding in mathematical analysis and information technologies as well as applied knowledge of operations management and information systems. Students gain the ability to solve complex, real-world problems and take electives in information systems, supply chain and database management.
The Organization Studies (ORGS) specialization prepares students to work effectively with others in today’s challenging environment. Courses are designed to engage through case studies, research, and experiential exercises. Central issues in the ORGS curriculum include leadership; negotiation and conflict management; strategy implementation and change management; amongst others.