Top Graduate Business Schools in Metro Detroit

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Lawrence Technological University
Lawrence Technological University in Southfield offers both undergraduate and graduate business-related programs.

BAKER CENTER FOR GRADUATE STUDIES
ALLEN PARK, AUBURN HILLS, CLINTON TOWNSHIP, FLINT, PORT HURON | Private
Graduate programs: Doctor of Business Administration and MBA degrees are offered 100 percent online or through an online/on-campus blend. On-campus courses are available at multiple Baker College campuses.
baker.edu; 800-469-3165

CLEARY UNIVERSITY
ANN ARBOR, FLINT, HOWELL | Private
Graduate programs: MBA degrees are offered both online and in an online/on-campus blend. Courses include data analytics, health care leadership, and global leadership. cleary.edu; 800-686-1883

CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY
ANN ARBOR | Private
Graduate programs: MBA concentrations in corporate communication, risk management, environmental studies, and more.
cuaa.edu; 734-995-7300

DEVRY UNIVERSITY
SOUTHFIELD | Private
Graduate programs: Seventeen different MBA concentrations including accounting, business intelligence, customer experience management, entrepreneurship, and more.
keller.edu; 248-213-1610

EASTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY
YPSILANTI
Graduate programs: MBA degrees in e-business, enterprise business intelligence, entrepreneurship, finance, human resource management, internal auditing, nonprofit management, and more.
Executive education: Several customized programs are available, specializing in human resource management and leadership development.
MBA: cob.emich.edu; 734-487-4444
PEC: ep.emich.edu/pec; 734-487-2259

LAWRENCE TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY
SOUTHFIELD | Private
Graduate programs: MBA with concentrations in finance, human resource and organizational development, marketing, and project management. MBAs and MSIS available both online and on-site.
ltu.edu; 248-204-3050

MADONNA UNIVERSITY
LIVONIA | Private
Graduate programs: MBA certifications offered in cost management, criminal justice leadership, information technology management, and more. MSBA courses offered in management studies and various leadership disciplines. Courses also available online.
madonna.edu; 734-432-5354

MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
EAST LANSING
Graduate programs: Full-time MBA programs in finance, marketing, human resource management, and supply chain management. Weekend MBAs are available, with two campus locations in Lansing and Troy.
Executive education: A wide range of non-degree, open-enrollment programs are available, specializing in business tools and techniques, finance, leadership, and more.
Full-time MBA: 517-355-7604
Weekend MBA: 517-355-7603
Executive education: execed.broad.msu.edu; 517-353-8711

NORTHWOOD UNIVERSITY
MIDLAND | Private
Graduate programs: A one-year daytime, two-year evening, weekend MBA program in business administration, and MS in organizational leadership are offered. northwood.edu/mi; 800-622-9000

OAKLAND UNIVERSITY
ROCHESTER
Graduate programs: Concentrated MBAs in accounting, business economics, entrepreneurship, finance, human resource management, international business, and more.
Executive education: Career-advancing educational opportunities available both online and at various on- and off-campus locations.
MBA: oakland.edu/sba; 248-370-3287
PACE: oakland.edu/pace; 248-370-3177

SOUTH UNIVERSITY
NOVI | Private
Graduate programs: Master’s degrees in business administration, health care administration, accounting, and more are available.
southuniversity.edu/novi; 877-693-2085

UNIVERSITY OF DETROIT MERCY
DETROIT | Private
Graduate programs: An MBA program geared toward working professionals is offered evenings and weekends, and may be completed in one year with a full-time class schedule. Concentrations include business administration and health services administration. Certificates in ethical leadership and business turnaround management are offered. Dual degree programs are also available.
business.udmercy.edu; 313-993-1245

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
ANN ARBOR
Graduate programs: In addition to a full-time MBA program, part-time evening and weekend programs are available in Ann Arbor. The school also offers master’s degrees in management, accounting, supply chain management, and entrepreneurship, as well as an MBA concentration in health care management.
Executive education: Choose from a wide range of customized and open-enrollment programs designed to develop individual specializations and strengthen organizations.
MBA: michiganross.umich.edu; 734-763-5796
Executive education: michiganross.umich.edu/programs/executive-education;
734-763-1000

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
DEARBORN
Graduate programs: Earn master’s degrees with courses available weekday evenings, online, or through a combination of the two. Concentrations are offered in accounting, international business, finance, accounting, management information systems, and supply chain management.
umdearborn.edu/cob/mba-program/; 313-593-5460

UNIVERSITY OF PHOENIX
DETROIT, SOUTHFIELD | Private
Graduate programs: MBA programs are offered at the Detroit and Southfield campuses and online. Concentrations are available in accounting and the following management programs: energy, global, health care, human resources, project management, and technology.
phoenix.edu; 313-324-3900

WALSH COLLEGE
TROY | Private
Graduate programs: Online and on-campus master’s programs offer four different MBA dual degree programs and MS degrees in accounting, finance, information technology, cybersecurity, and taxation.
Executive education: Custom training including professional development, test prep, and continuing education for business certifications.
walshcollege.edu; 800-WALSH-01

WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY
DETROIT
Graduate programs: Thirteen MBA concentrations are available online or on-site in accounting systems, business administration, and taxation. Ph.D.s also available.
business.wayne.edu; 313-577-4511

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Listings reflect programs offered by a college’s business school, where such business schools exist. This list does not include certificate programs or minors. All universities are public unless otherwise noted.

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