Master of Science Programs
Enhance Your Career
The UT Dallas Naveen Jindal School of Management offers ten innovative masters degree programs for individuals seeking to enhance their careers. Students can choose between the following Master of Science degrees:
- Finance and Managerial Economics
- Healthcare Management
- Innovation and Entrepreneurship
- Information Technology Management
- International Management Studies
- Management and Administrative Sciences
- Operations/Supply Chain Programs
- Systems Engineering Management
Students wanting a more general management master’s degree may opt for the MS in Management and Administrative Sciences (MAS) with a concentration in a specific functional area. Earning a master’s degree has a variety of career implications. First, master’s degree recipients generally earn more than bachelor’s degree holders. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, during a 40-year working period, people who have master’s degrees tend to earn $2.5 million, while those who have bachelor’s degrees make only $2.1 million during that time.
In addition, people who have master’s degrees earned about $1,102 each week, about $200 more, a week than those with bachelor’s degrees, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Second, earning a masters degree will broaden and deepen your knowledge about a specific content area, improving your overall value and career progression.
UT Dallas represents an outstanding educational value, offering a private school setting and class sizes at state university prices. Since most master’s students at UT Dallas already are fully employed, classes are offered in the evening to accommodate work schedules.