The University of New Haven has been a regional leader in providing career-oriented, contemporary business education since 1920.
The College of Business is committed to providing graduate students with skills they can use in a competitive, international marketplace. We integrate experiential learning, communication skills, and technology in all our of graduate programs and certificates.
Students benefit from individualized attention from our expert business faculty, who enjoy international reputations in their fields. Small classes allow for close interaction between students and faculty, who often act as mentors long after students leave the program. The graduate programs in business are designed for both working adults and traditional full-time students and are offered in different formats to be the most compatible with our students' unique lifestyles, allowing them to complete their master's degrees without sacrificing quality.
If you already know what program you're interested in, choose it from the list at left. If you're not sure which type of program is right for you, the comparison chart below will help steer you in the right direction.
|M.B.A. Programs||M.S. Programs||Graduate Certificates|
|"The M.B.A., especially as we offer it, is designed to prepare students from across any number of undergraduate degrees and experiences to be a manager. Our emphasis is on managerial skills, both in the traditional academic fields as well as the soft skills." - Dr. Armando Rodriguez
Not sure which M.B.A. program is right for you? Click here to see a comparison chart.
|"A Master's Degree in a professional field such as Taxation or Health Care Administration places a heavy emphasis on that field. Those seeking Master's degrees are typically already in those or closely related fields, and come to us to enhance their technical skills and their knowledge of that particular field." - Dr. Armando Rodriguez
Click here to view all of our M.S. program options.
Designed as options for persons having a bachelor's or master's degree who want to enroll in a part-time, short, coherent course of study at the graduate level. Persons who may not be ready to commit to a full-length graduate program, as well as those who already hold a graduate degree but want to pursue additional work in the same or another field, may find that a certificate provides the perfect alternative.