A premier master's in management program
As a talented liberal arts, science, or engineering major, you have acquired an array of transferable skills. The M.S. in Commerce Program at the University of Virginia's McIntire School of Commerce will transform your talents into tangible, career-enhancing assets.
McIntire's innovative Integrated Core Experience (ICE) forms the foundation of the 40-credit-hour master's degree. This carefully crafted set of courses provides an enterprise-wide view of business while helping you develop the analytic, strategic, and executive communication skills needed to tackle complex real-world business problems.
One of the distinguishing benefits of the M.S. in Commerce Program is the opportunity to augment your master's in management with a track in Business Analytics, Finance, or Marketing & Management. Tracks offer 15 credit hours of specialization that provide you with a competitive and focused advantage in the marketplace.
The McIntire School of Commerce understands that business is global. Through the M.S. in Commerce Program you will develop a deeper understanding of how business is conducted within a global context. The program culminates with the Global Immersion Experience (GIE), through which you will explore of the economic, social, and cultural dynamics impacting global organizations within a particular region of the world.
Gain a 360-degree view of business via course content, integrative projects, and case studies that develop an understand of real-world business problems
Learn the skills, technologies, and practices necessary to design, create, and analyze datasets as well as report meaningful insights to diverse audiences
Develop a comprehensive understanding of global financial markets and systems, along with the financial, analytical, and decision-making tools needed for success
Acquire in-depth knowledge of the principles and practices of modern marketing while cultivating essential professional and managerial skills
Explore firsthand the challenges of global business and learn the dynamics of the business environment of one major region of the world