In September, the seventh cohort of senior civilian leaders working for the U.S. Army, primarily at the TACOM Life Cycle Management Command headquartered in Warren. started an intensive, 10-month master’s degree program in Global Leadership and Management at Lawrence Technological University.
Oakland University this week announced a one-year, half-online master’s degree program in Information Technology Management and Business Analytics.
On May 9, 12 Chinese students were the first to graduate from Wayne State University’s 3+2 program – a partnership with several Chinese universities.
Michigan State University announced a new master’s degree program in business analytics to help prepare students for the jobs of the future. IBM is assisting the program with its analytics software and support for experiential projects where students will apply analytics to real-world business problems.
Lawrence Technological University is attracting students from Taiwan with its “3+2” dual-degree programs. Students take three years of courses at another college or university and then study two years at Lawrence Tech to complete a bachelor’s degree from the first institution and a master’s degree from Lawrence Tech.
Michigan State University said its Broad College of Business will begin offering two online master certificate programs aimed at working executives and managers.
A new Master of Health Informatics program at the University of Michigan has been established to develop leaders and solutions in the growing industry.
Applications are now being accepted for the inaugural class of a unique master’s degree program in entrepreneurship offered jointly between the University of Michigan’s top-ranked College of Engineering and its Stephen M. Ross School of Business.
Aileen Huang-Saad of the College of Engineering and Bill Lovejoy of the Ross School of Business have been named co-directors of the University of Michigan’s new master’s degree in entrepreneurship.
Michigan Technological University’s School of Technology is undergoing a transformation. Established in 1972, at the outset it offered training certificates; then two-year associate’s degrees; then bachelor’s degrees. Now comes its first graduate program — a master’s degree in integrated geospatial technology.