A master’s degree from Lerner is more than just a degree. It means that you’ve studied, worked and researched with some of the brightest minds in one of the country’s most vibrant business cultures. Your opportunity to define what comes next in your career starts with a graduate degree from Lerner.
The M.S. in accounting prepares you for a career in public accounting, information systems consulting, industry or government. Experience advanced study in each major area of accounting and gain a foundation for further study at the Ph.D. level.
Accounting Practice (MAP)
The master of accounting practice (MAP) is designed for students who did not major in accounting as undergraduates but now want to pursue the professional practice of accountancy and prepare to sit for the Uniform CPA Examination.
The M.A. in economics offers a rigorous curriculum with an applied approach to economics. As you prepare for a public or private sector career, you can complete courses in econometrics as well as microeconomic and macroeconomic theory.
Economics and Applied Econometrics (M.S.)
The M.S. in economics and applied econometrics is ideal for students who have majored in economics as undergraduates and want more specialized training. In addition to econometrics courses, you’ll choose from a wide range of economic electives.
Economics and Entrepreneurship for Educators (M.A.)
Strengthen the economic, entrepreneurial and financial literacy instruction in elementary and secondary schools. The MAEEE equips you as an instructor of teachers in effective methods of teaching economics and entrepreneurship.
Entrepreneurship and Design (M.S.)
Gain the skills you need to lead a startup, drive innovation or launch a social venture with the M.S. in entrepreneurship and design. Learn by doing in courses focused on creativity, design thinking, rapid prototyping and new product development.
Be an innovative finance professional with an M.S. in finance. Focus on the theory and practice of finance as you explore the role of technology in the finance industry and learn the latest strategies for maximizing shareholder value and managing risk.
Hospitality Business Management (M.S.)
Get real-world experience with the M.S. in hospitality business management. Our two learning labs - the Marriott Center for Tourism and Hospitality and the gourmet restaurant Vita Nova - provide the hands-on learning experiences you need for your future career.
Information Systems and Technology Management (M.S.)
The M.S. in information systems technology combines the management and technical skills you need as you prepare to tackle the complex challenges of today’s global business environment.
International Business (M.S.)
The M.S. in international business prepares you for the global business world by emphasizing strategic approaches to cultural differences in the workplace. Join students from all over the world in the study of international business.
Graduate Certificate in Entrepreneurship & Technology Innovation
The graduate certificate in entrepreneurship and technology innovation is a part-time program for current students already in a graduate degree program at UD. You’ll gain the skills you need to initiate or foster innovation in any industry.