Stony Brook's graduate programs in Business include several MBA programs, including our new fully online MBA program, starting in Fall 2021; as well as an MS in Accounting, MS in Finance, MS in Technology Management, and an Advanced Graduate Certificate in Finance.
Stony Brook University's College of Business MBA programs include a general MBA that can be completed fully online and has the option of a concentration in Innovation or Operations Analytics; an MBA in Finance, MBA in Marketing, MBA in Health Care Management, and MBA in Accounting.
The College of Business offers unique combined Master's degrees with several other programs on campus, so that students can earn two Master's degrees concurrently. These include Master of Public Health/MBA, Master of Arts in Public Policy/MBA, Medical Degree/MBA, Master of Science in Computer Science/MBA, Master of Art in Art History and Criticism/MBA, Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering/MBA, and Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering/MBA.
The MS in Accounting is a program suited for accounting professionals who seek to advance their accounting skills, as well as students with a background in business management and accounting, such as the Stony Brook College of Business Accounting Minor, or students who majoring in accounting at another institution. Students in this program strengthen their accounting education and through the additional credits, achieve eligibility to become a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) in New York State. Qualified students will take a prescribed 30 credits, all taught by leading College of Business accounting and management faculty.
The MS in Finance is a small, highly selective and focused program suited for finance professionals who seek to advance their finance skills, as well as students from other disciplines who seek to strengthen their finance expertise. Qualified students will take a prescribed 30 credits in the finance area, all taught by leading College of Business finance faculty. The program includes a capstone experience class which requires students to complete a finance industry based project with partner enterprises. Students who graduate with the MS in Finance degree from Stony Brook University will be well suited for careers in banking, hedge funds, corporate finance, and regulation.
The MS in Technology Management is is a joint program of SUNY (State University of New York at Stony Brook) and the Seoul School of Integrated Sciences and Technologies (aSSIST). Students complete 36 credits of required courses and are then granted aSSIST's MBA and Stony Brook University's MS in Technology Management degree simultaneously. Students must meet the degree requirements of both schools. The program takes place primarily in Seoul, South Korea with a 3-week program on the Stony Brook campus.
The 18-credit Advanced Graduate Certificate in Finance prepares students for careers in financial management, including financial analysis, portfolio management, investment banking and corporate financial associate positions. The curriculum places an emphasis on developing financial analytical skills. It offers in-depth knowledge of the principles and techniques of finance and accounting needed to understand how corporate financial objectives are developed, measured and reported, as well as the central issues in government regulation, taxation and financial reporting.