Syracuse University’s Martin J. Whitman School of Management combines the resources of a large university with small class sizes and highly individualized attention to offer students the best possible learning experience. Students study under the leadership of exceptional faculty members, highly esteemed as world-class scholars and researchers. A diverse, collaborative community, both online and on-campus, Whitman provides students with an education that prepares them to become leaders in today’s global business environment.
For those interested in extending their education, Whitman provides full-time MS and MBA degree programs. Full-time MS students can select from the following degree focal areas: Professional Accounting, Business Analytics (STEM designated), Entrepreneurship and Emerging Enterprises, Finance (STEM designated), Marketing (STEM designated), and Supply Chain Management (STEM designated). In addition to full-time programs, Whitman provides top-ranked online programs.These programs, along with faculty, staff, over 4,000 students, and an alumni network comprising nearly 30,000 Whitman grads, are the foundation of the Whitman School.
At the Whitman School, students learn, intern, participate in community service and advance their careers through a full spectrum of field-focused and multidisciplinary departments in one of the nation’s oldest business schools. The Whitman School, formally the College of Business Administration, was established in 1919. In 1920, it was only the 16th collegiate business school in the nation to be accredited by the AACSB. In 1948, the school launched its MBA program and the doctoral program was created in 1965. The Whitman school has been a leader in education innovation and began offering a distance MBA in 1977.
The school was honored with a naming gift from Martin Whitman ’49, founder of Third Avenue Management, and Lois Whitman in 2003. Seeking to expand opportunities for students, the Whitman School opened its 160,000-square-foot state-of-the-art building in 2005. Today, Whitman programs serve as standards of excellence and achievement among the academic and business community.
Enhance your functional expertise and develop a specialized skillset in our challenging master’s degree programs. No matter which area best suits your professional interests and goals, a master's from Whitman will prepare you to enter your field as a very knowledgeable and marketable professional.
Visit the links listed below to learn more about our various MS program offerings:
MS in Professional Accounting: Prepare for a career in such fields as auditing, taxation, and consulting and fulfill the requirements for professional certification.
MS in Business Analytics: In today's marketplace, the demand for professionals who can use analytic tools to drive positive outcomes for businesses is rapidly increasing. Utilizing an action-orientated approach, this STEM designated program is designed to prepare students with the skills to become data-driven business leaders and decision makers.
MS in Finance: This STEM designated program covers essential knowledge in corporate finance, investments, and financial management, with applications in widely diverse areas. Equip yourself to face the challenges of the dynamic professional financial environment.
MS in Marketing: The STEM designated Master of Science in Marketing degree program focuses on rigorous development of these competencies to prepare current and aspiring marketing professionals to play leading roles in the field of marketing. The program consists of business foundation courses (nine credits), required marketing core courses (six credits), selective courses (six credits) and electives (nine credits), for a total of 30 credits.
MS in Supply Chain Management: In today's global economy, successfully managing the logistics of an organization, and between organizations, requires a solid knowledge base and honed strategic thinking skills.
MS in Professional Accounting 2016 Incoming Student Profile:
|GMAT Range (20th-80th percentile)||600-690|
|Average Undergraduate GPA||3.47|
|GPA Range (20th-80th percentile)||3.23-3.72|
|International to Domestic Student Ratio (in %age)||63 / 37|
MS in Entrepreneurship and Emerging Enterprises 2016 Incoming Student Profile:
|Average Undergraduate GPA||3.29|
|International to Domestic Student Ratio (in %age)||50 / 50|
MS in Finance 2016 Incoming Student Profile:
|GMAT Range (20th-80th percentile)||630-710|
|Average Undergraduate GPA||3.15|
|GPA Range (20th-80th percentile)||2.80-3.60|
|International to Domestic Student Ratio (in %age)||100 / 0|
MS in Supply Chain Management 2016 Incoming Student Profile:
|Average Undergraduate GPA||3.44|
|International to Domestic Student Ratio (in %age)||67 / 33|
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