The M.S. in Business Research provides training in business theory and methods, combined with core courses in the department’s program of study. It is available only to students enrolled in the Ph.D. Program in Business Administration at the time of application.
Requirements: (1) Successful completion of all coursework required for the student’s concentration area, with the exception of 15 credits of GRAD 6950, at least 37 credit hours, (2) a cumulative GPA of 3.3 or higher, and (3) approval for the M.S. in Business Research by the student’s Plan of Study Committee.
Credits used to fulfill the M.S. in Business Research degree cannot be used toward Ph.D. degree requirements in business. The Ph.D. general examination requirements need not be satisfied for the award of M.S. in Business Research. This degree is non-thesis track. Application for the degree can occur during the student’s final semester enrolled in the Ph.D. program, subject to final GPA evaluation.
The program is offered by the School of Business.