UIC Liautaud

UIC Liautaud prepares students for a business world marked by continuous change, with academic programs that focus on innovation, entrepreneurship and a multidisciplinary approach.

  • MBA – Master of Business Administration
    • Full-time, two-year program
    • Part-time, three-to-five-year option
    • Weekend, two-year Saturday-only program
    • Accelerated, one-year cohort program

Or specialized, in-depth functional programs, offered both full-time and part-time:

  • Master of Science in Accounting
  • Master of Science in Management Information Systems
  • Master of Science in Finance

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Masters of Business Administration

In a competitive business landscape, an MBA from UIC Liautaud is the ticket you need to ascend the ranks.  With concentrations in Accounting, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Information Science, International Business, Management, Marketing and Real Estate, you’ll have access to a global business hub and a vast alumni network in downtown Chicago.  If you’re looking to earn your way to the top, this is a great place to start.

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Masters of Science in Accounting

If you're a numbers person, an MSA from the UIC Liautaud Graduate School of Business is something you can count on. The UIC Liautaud Master of Science in Accounting program leads public universities in Illinois in preparing students to successfully pass the CPA exam, while also developing professionals who are ready for the complexities of a global economy.

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Masters of Science in Information Systems

Information is the key to doing business. If you can control information, you can control business. An MS in MIS from the UIC Liautaud Graduate School of Business is an advanced degree in the application of information technology to solve business problems. Some of the specialized tracks the program offers are Business Intelligence and Analytics, Corporate IT Management, Healthcare IT, IS Consulting, and Auditing and Compliance.

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Masters of Science in Finance

Develop the quantitative and analytic skills demanded by today’s financial markets to prepare for a professional career in finance in settings such as security analysis, trading, risk management, corporate financial management, venture capital, investment banking, commercial banking, governmental and nonprofit finance.

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