University of North Carolina Greensboro

Introduction
AACSB Accredited

Why the Bryan School?

The Bryan School of Business and Economics at UNC Greensboro is one of the largest business schools in North Carolina, offering six undergraduate programs, five graduate programs, and three PhD programs. Only 1% of business schools in the world share the Bryan School’s dual AACSB accreditation in business and accounting.

The Bryan School produces the principled leaders and exceptional problem solvers that communities and organizations need. Students in the Bryan School learn through courses taught by experienced professors, hands-on projects, global experiences, and outreach to the community.

With a highly diverse student body, UNC Greensboro provides students of business a financially-practical opportunity to prepare for the global workplace. We challenge students to develop an innovative mindset, a broad understanding of sustainability, and a commitment to improve the organizations in which they work and the communities in which they live.

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Programs

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MSc

MS Accounting

Campus Full time Part time 30 hours August 2017 USA Greensboro + 1 more

The MS in Accounting is a 30-hour program designed to provide students with the necessary technical knowledge, communication skills, and critical thinking abilities for successful careers in public accounting, industry, government, and not-for-profit organizations. The program also satisfies the 150-hour educational requirement adopted by a number of states, including North Carolina, for certification and licensure as a CPA. The program admits students with diverse backgrounds. While a majority of MS in Accounting students have undergraduate degree in accounting or business, a number of students have a bachelor's or master's degree in areas other than business. The flexible nature of this program allows both full-time and part-time students to obtain the degree. Applications are accepted throughout the year and students are admitted in Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters. The length of the program will vary depending on the accounting and business administration background the student possesses. The program has close ties with accounting firms and private industry in the Triad and has an excellent placement record. [+]

The MS in Accounting is a 30-hour program designed to provide students with the necessary technical knowledge, communication skills, and critical thinking abilities for successful careers in public accounting, industry, government, and not-for-profit organizations. The program also satisfies the 150-hour educational requirement adopted by a number of states, including North Carolina, for certification and licensure as a CPA. Diversity The Bryan School admits students with diverse backgrounds. While a majority of MS in Accounting students have undergraduate degree in accounting or business, a number of students have a bachelor's or master's degree in areas other than business. Flexibility The flexible nature of this MSA program allows both full-time and part-time students to obtain the degree. Applications are accepted throughout the year and students are admitted in Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters. The length of the program will vary depending on the accounting and business administration background the student possesses. Connections The Bryan School has close ties with accounting firms and private industry in the Triad and has an excellent placement record. This school offers programs in: English [-]

MS Consumer, Apparel, and Retail Studies

Campus or Online Full time Part time 30 hours August 2017 USA Greensboro + 1 more

The CARS graduate program creates leaders for the apparel industry and business professionals who are in demand. If your vision is to apply your interest in fashion to a career that will challenge and reward you, CARS will provide the academic, experiential and networking preparation you’ll need to reach your goal. Our graduates currently work as merchandisers, marketers, buyers, and product developers for organizations large and small across North Carolina and the globe. In addition, our program has a large international enrollment, particularly at the doctoral level. Students come from Taiwan, Thailand, Korea, India, South America, and Canada. Their world perspective becomes part of classroom learning and discussion and is just one way we foster your global outlook on the industry. Courses focus on consumer, apparel and retail issues with emphasis on consumer behavior, marketing and product development. You’ll also have the opportunity to select supporting coursework in related disciplines such as business, sociology, anthropology, and statistics. Our graduate-level programs are competitive and in high demand, but our faculty create an environment that is both challenging and supportive. We encourage you to apply to be a part of our close-knit community of learners. [+]

The CARS graduate program creates leaders for the apparel industry and business professionals who are in demand. If your vision is to apply your interest in fashion to a career that will challenge and reward you, CARS will provide the academic, experiential and networking preparation you’ll need to reach your goal. Our graduates currently work as merchandisers, marketers, buyers, and product developers for organizations large and small across North Carolina and the globe. In addition, our program has a large international enrollment, particularly at the doctoral level. Students come from Taiwan, Thailand, Korea, India, South America, and Canada. Their world perspective becomes part of classroom learning and discussion and is just one way we foster your global outlook on the industry. Courses focus on consumer, apparel and retail issues with emphasis on consumer behavior, marketing and product development. You’ll also have the opportunity to select supporting coursework in related disciplines such as business, sociology, anthropology, and statistics. Our graduate-level programs are competitive and in high demand, but our faculty create an environment that is both challenging and supportive. We encourage you to apply to be a part of our close-knit community of learners. [-]

MS in Information Technology and Management

Campus or Online Full time Part time August 2017 USA Greensboro

The MS in IT Management program prepares students to deal effectively with a variety of complex issues related to the application of IT within organizations. Our curriculum provides state-of-the art exposure to both IT and management practices. In addition to technology and business studies, all students will be required to demonstrate communication and presentation skills, interpersonal skills, teamwork skills, and problem-solving capabilities. The MSITM program is open to students with diverse undergraduate backgrounds. The length of the program varies based on the number of hours a student takes per semester. Our flexible and dynamic curriculum helps students achieve their individual career objectives. The MSITM program is available in two distinct modes: face-to-face and online. Please note: Applicants requiring F1 visa can only apply to the Face-to-Face Program [+]

The MS in IT Management program prepares students to deal effectively with a variety of complex issues related to the application of IT within organizations. Our curriculum provides state-of-the-art exposure to both IT and management practices. In addition to technology and business studies, all students will be required to demonstrate communication and presentation skills, interpersonal skills, teamwork skills, and problem-solving capabilities. The MSITM program is open to students with diverse undergraduate backgrounds. The length of the program varies based on the number of hours a student takes per semester. Our flexible and dynamic curriculum helps students achieve their individual career objectives. The MSITM program is available in two distinct modes: face-to-face and online. The online MSITM program was ranked 12th out of 38 online graduate Computer Information Technology programs by U.S. News & World Report’s 2015 list of Best Online Programs. Please note: Applicants requiring F1 visa can only apply to the face-to-face program This school offers programs in: English [-]

MA

MA in Applied Economics

Campus Full time 3 semesters August 2017 USA Greensboro

The MA in Applied Economics program at UNCG remains one of the best investments a student can make. It is a professional degree, designed to jump-start your career as a professional economist. The integrated curriculum blends applied micreconomic theory with training in policy analysis and data analytics to prepare students to solve real-world problems for the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, the Bank of America, RTI International, United Guaranty, the US Environmental Protection Agency, Fidelity Investments, and dozens of other employers who rely on data-based decision making. This is the best economics graduate program for students who want to begin or continue their studies of economic theory and economic problems without limiting their careers to academia. You can enter the MA in Applied Economics program even if you did not major in economics as an undergraduate. Promising candidates who have majored in other subjects have excelled in our program after taking the prerequisite courses. Alumni from our program who earned their undergraduate degrees in chemistry, engineering, English, political science, psychology, and music are now working as professional economists. [+]

MA in Applied Economics University of North Carolina Greensboro The MA in Applied Economics program at UNCG remains one of the best investments a student can make. It is a professional degree, designed to jump-start your career as a professional economist. The integrated curriculum blends applied micreconomic theory with training in policy analysis and data analytics to prepare students to solve real-world problems for the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, the Bank of America, RTI International, United Guaranty, the US Environmental Protection Agency, Fidelity Investments, and dozens of other employers who rely on data-based decision making. This is the best economics graduate program for students who want to begin or continue their studies of economic theory and economic problems without limiting their careers to academia. MA Admission Admission to the MA in Applied Economics program requires the following coursework: Intermediate Microeconomic Theory (3 hours) Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory (3 hours) Business Statistics or Mathematical Statistics (3 hours) Econometrics (3 hours) Calculus (3 hours) Mathematical Economics or Calculus II (3 hours) The admission decision is based on an evaluation of three main criteria: GRE scores (the score on the quantitative reasoning section should fall in the 70th percentile or higher), 3 letters of recommendation, and a GPA of 3.0 or higher. Extra weight is placed on grades earned in economics, statistics, and quantitative courses when a student does not have a 3.0 GPA. A below-average performance in one area may be offset by an above-average performance in another area. You can enter the MA in Applied Economics program even if you did not major in economics as an undergraduate. Promising candidates who have majored in other subjects have excelled in our program after taking the prerequisite courses. Alumni from our program who earned their undergraduate degrees in chemistry, engineering, English, political science, psychology, and music are now working as professional economists. This school offers programs in: English [-]

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1400 Spring Garden Street
Greensboro, North Carolina, 27412 US