UD to launch two new business degrees this fall

The University of Dayton will begin offering two new graduate degrees this fall in the school of business administration.

UD will launch a master’s of professional accountancy and a master’s of finance, according to the school. Both degrees can be completed within one year.

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The degree in accountancy allows students to choose specialized accounting courses, such as tax or auditing, that align with their interests.

The finance program will give students a hands-on learning experience by learning at about investments at the Davis Center for Portfolio Management and the Hanley Trading Center, according to UD.

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“These new degrees meet the need for more advanced and specialized education in the areas of banking, brokerage, wealth management, private equity, corporate finance, international business and accounting,” said interim dean Jim Dunne.

The new degrees will be implemented just as UD begins to offer a fully online master’s in business administration this fall called MBA@Dayton.


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