University of Virginia - McIntire School of Commerce
As a liberal arts, science, or engineering major, you have acquired an array of marketable skills, like how to think critically, analyze problems, synthesize material, and write clearly. But to take full advantage of these talents in a dynamic business environment, you need something more. The one-year, 40-credit-hour M.S. in Commerce integrates foundational business skills, offers specialization in either Financial Services or Marketing & Management, and concludes with a month of global immersion in Europe, China, Latin America or Southeast Asia.
Alvarez 209 is the new space on atrium level between the Duke Family Performance Hall and the Center for Multicultural Affairs.