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Zicklin’s Master’s degree programs offer in-depth study across a range of areas. When you graduate with an MS, you will leave with specialized knowledge of the current practices, issues, and innovations in your field. The MS is a focused degree and usually requires between 30 and 42 credits. Many of the MS degree programs allow you to pursue your course of study full- or part-time and to adjust schedules as needed.
Our AACSB-accredited program qualifies you for New York State CPA licensure.
The Master of Science in Business Analytics
Provides you with the technical skills to become an expert data analyst who can transform digital information into a catalyst for business success.
The Master of Science in Finance
Equips you with the cutting-edge analytical tools needed to navigate today’s financial markets.
The Master of Science in Financial Risk Management
Offers comprehensive, foundational knowledge of risk management issues, methodologies, and challenges.
The Master of Science in Information Systems
Supplies you with the managerial and technological skills that companies need to gain an edge and operate efficiently.
The Master of Science in Marketing
Prepares you for a career in marketing, offering three concentrations to choose from: Marketing Analytics, Digital Marketing, and International Business.
The Master of Science in Quantitative Methods and Modeling
Designed to provide you with a broad spectrum of quantitative skills that enable quick and effective decision-making.
The Master of Science in Real Estate
Delivers core real estate business knowledge, management skills, and technical training, giving you the abilities for high-level real estate decision-making and positioning you to work with real estate development firms, appraisal firms, real estate investment trusts, and more.
The Master of Science in Statistics
Trains you in the design and application of quantitative models for decision-making in business and other industries.
The Master of Science in Taxation
Prepares you to work in tax-related positions at accounting firms, corporations, government entities, or at your own practice.