The Engineering Management MS degree offered at McNeese is specifically designed to provide practical learning experience to graduate students who wish to have a business perspective on their engineering background, but are shying away from an MBA. The program is well-structured and balanced to meet work life demands of graduate students. The course subjects delve well into the business territory and provide practical learning outcomes for students to achieve.
The Entrepreneurship subject is offered as a minor in Bachelor of Science and can be taken as part of a Business concentration or a concentration in any other field. This minor consists of 18 credit hours that can be accomplished from a variety of diverse courses to choose from. The program has been designed to meet the present needs of entrepreneurial skills among the fresh graduate in the corporate world. Blending this minor with any concentration will certainly add value, and diversity to the degree.
The Bachelor degree in Accounting gives students the opportunity to learn in one of the country’s leading departments. They will gain an understanding professional accountancy with practical experience while taking the Accountancy course. Students will study the core elements of Economics as well as the key areas in Accounting and Finance, such as analysis and the preparation of information for reporting requirements. They will learn modules including an Introduction to Accounting and Finance, the Principles of Financial Accounting; Accounting Information Systems, and Auditing and the Principles of Finance.