Masters Degree Programs
A master of science program develops expertise in a specific business discipline and positions you well to succeed at leading companies and other organizations. Students learn from faculty who have a deep knowledge in their respective fields and a firm grasp of best practices and emerging challenges.
We offer nine master of science programs to help students meet the demands of today’s employers in fields related to technology and analytics as well as accounting and financial management.
Technology and Analytics
An educational fusion of data and business, giving you the tools needed to master information, integrate it into successful business practice, and communicate the results like never before.
Bentley’s newest analytics program meets the increased need for analytics professionals in the auditing and accounting field. Customize your degree with one of three optional tracks in accounting analytics, database analytics and forensic analytics. The MSAA prepares you for such careers as public accounting, internal auditing, big data analytics, fraud detection or risk assessment and management.
Continues Bentley’s long tradition of training analytics professionals at the graduate level, providing the valuable skills needed to succeed in this emerging field.
Equips graduates to thrive in the changing marketplace for technology products, instilling a keen sense of how to improve product usability and the user experience.
Provides in-depth, working knowledge of theory and best practices, as students learn to design, develop and deploy innovative business applications.
Delivers the critical quantitative and analytical skills that professionals need for strategic decision-making in today’s multifaceted marketing environment.
Accounting and Financial Management
Bentley’s history is firmly rooted in accounting, and our Accounting and Financial Management degrees carry on that tradition, preparing the next generation of financial experts and leaders.
Subjects of Masters Study: Courses held in: Accountancy, Finance, Financial Reporting, Taxation, IT, Human Factors in Information Design, Business Analytics, Marketing Analytics, Audit AnalyticsLength of Courses: 10 - 16 course programs
Starting Dates: August (Fall), January (Spring)
Application Deadlines: Dec. 1, Jan. 20, March 15, May 1st
Admission requirements: Bachelor's degree
Prior educational background: any background
Tests required and level: GMAT or GRE 500 minimum
Specific Languages tests: TOEFL 100 minimum or IELTS 7 minimum
Languages fluency: English required
Years of work experience: 0 years for most; at least 2 for HFID
The following items are required: (individual requirements may differ based on program and status)