The Business Certificate degree track in the Master of Liberal Studies Program includes certification in business from an established and respected graduate school of business. The degree may be pursued on a part-time or full-time basis. The master’s program provides grounding in interdisciplinary research and a breadth of learning. Students can pursue their specific interests within a number of contexts. The business classes are fit into the degree as a practical focus for students who need to their business knowledge and their management skills.
Business classes are offered in eight-week "hybrid" sessions that combine online and in-person learning environments. Generally, the first four weeks of a course are offered online, followed by four weeks of classroom meetings in which the focus is on case studies, practical applications, and realistic problem-solving.
MLS seminars are fifteen-week courses that meet once per week in the evening and that focus on various social, historical, scientific, cultural, and philosophical themes from interdisciplinary perspectives.