NDSU’s College of Business is AACSB-accredited and offers high-quality, flexible and affordable graduate education opportunities for local professionals to advance their careers. Our graduate business programs are led by a team of faculty and staff who are dedicated to the success of our students, from the time they first inquire to the moment they receive their graduate diploma and beyond.
MAcc (Master of Accountancy)
Emphasizing technical competency, critical thinking and analytical skills, this program is for students wishing to begin and/or accelerate their careers in public accounting, private industry, fraud investigation and cost management.
MBA (Master of Business Administration)
Ranked in the Top 100 part-time MBA programs in the nation by U.S. News & World Report, we offer a solid business core with an incredible variety of elective course options, customized for your interests, career goals and scheduling needs.
MBA in Agribusiness
Situated at the intersection of business and agriculture, this program is tailor-made for current and future leaders in agribusiness, with a focus on commodity marketing, logistics, trading and risk management.
MSBA (Master of Science in Business Analytics)
Data-driven decision-making is at the core of any successful organization. This program provides the skills, tools and methodologies to transform data into results.
MSCM (Master of Supply Chain Management)
This fully online degree program targets industry professionals, military personnel and anyone who is looking to tackle the supply chain challenges of the 21st century.
Graduate Certificates offer yet another, more succinct way for business professionals to advance in their chosen careers. Each of these graduate certificates consists of a total of only three or four courses, and each can be used toward master’s degree requirements, should you decide to take that next step.
- Business Analytics
- Digital Marketing and Innovation
- Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
- Leadership and Managerial Skills
- Supply Chain Management
NDSU College of Business
Richard H. Barry Hall, 811 2nd Ave N
Fargo ND 58102