Whether or not you have an undergraduate background in business, a Miller College of Business graduate degree can help you take the next steps in a rewarding career.

There are plenty of choices. Take classes full-time or part-time, on-campus or via Internet-based distance learning, and get your graduate degree right after wrapping up your bachelor’s or after you’ve been out in the working world. It’s up to you.

  • Master of Business Administration (MBA)—This may be the traditional graduate business degree, but there’s nothing traditional about the way we deliver our MBA. You can get your MBA while still working and living the rest of your life, wherever you may be living. And Ball State is known for providing learning that is strong in practical experiences.
  • Master of Science in Accounting—What’s it take to become a certified public accountant (CPA)? For one thing, more study in accounting than a bachelor’s degree can provide. This degree is ideal preparation for the CPA exam, and it provides the added benefit of strengthening your academic credentials.
  • Master of Arts in Education (MAE) in Business Education—Want to build on your teaching experience at the middle school or high school level? Perhaps earn a vocational endorsement for teaching at secondary or postsecondary career/technical programs? This program will open the door.