- Forensic Accounting
- General Management
- Healthcare Management
- Human Resource Management
- International Business Finance
Prerequisite course requirements exist for students who have completed their baccalaureate studies in a non-business discipline, or who lack one or more of the prerequisite courses. Prerequisite courses may be taken at either the undergraduate or graduate level at an accredited academic institution. Touro Graduate School of Business offers these courses during summer sessions as well as during the regular academic year. Prerequisite course requirements may also be satisfied by successfully completing GBP 600 Graduate Business Preparatory Course. View information about GBP 600 Graduate Business Preparatory Course.
Program OverviewsMaster of Business Administration
Today's service-oriented economy presents opportunities and challenges to the business environment. Business managers need to navigate through a formidable array of new products, emerging markets, international partnerships and mergers, and developing technologies. The Master of Business Administration program provides a broad view of the functional areas needed by business managers. These include corporate finance, economics, strategic planning, marketing, and accounting.Master of Science in International Business Finance
The global business environment has become an increasingly powerful force in the strategic decision-making of business executives. Students approach international business in a comprehensive fashion, developing expertise in various business disciplines, understanding multicultural influences in international enterprises, and developing awareness of ethical issues in a global economy.Master of Science in Human Resource Management
The Master of Science Program in Human Resource Management prepares students to build and manage human resource management functions in global organizations. This practitioner-oriented degree provides knowledge, competencies, and skills needed to help develop human capital. The interdisciplinary curriculum integrates key concepts, themes, and best practices drawn from psychology, sociology, and anthropology in positioning the human resource professional as a key organizational enabler. The degree prepares students to help promote organizational growth, profitability, and sustainability.Master of Science in Accounting
New government regulations, greater scrutiny of corporate finances, and business growth have fueled the need for accounting professionals with deep knowledge of the important role accounting information plays in corporate decision-making. The Master of Science in Accounting program provides a knowledge base for the essential functional areas needed by accountants. These include budget planning and control, audit and evaluation of controls, financial measurement, documentation, and reporting. This program prepares candidates to satisfy the 150-credit educational requirement for taking the uniform CPA examination.Advanced Certificate in Human Resource Management
This 15-credit, 5-course Certificate program helps prepare participants to obtain HRM-related positions within organizations, become independent HRM consultant, and/or HRM educators. Students who enroll in the MBA program with specialization in human resource management may be able to apply up to twelve credits earned in this program towards MBA course requirements.