The Nistler College of Business & Public Administration offers 16 undergraduate programs, four graduate programs, and six certificate programs.
Use our interactive program finder to explore what UND has to offer. Or select a Nistler CoBPA program below to get started.
- Master of Accountancy (M.Acc.) Professional Track for Accounting Majors
- Master of Accountancy (M.Acc.) Fundamentals for Non-Accounting Majors
- Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.)
- Master of Public Administration (M.P.A.)
- Master of Science in Applied Economics & Predictive Analytics (MSAEPA)
Combined or Accelerated Programs
Political Science & Public Administration Certificates
The Department of Political Science & Public Administration offers four certificate programs from courses offered in the Master of Public Administration (M.P.A.) Program.
The Department of Economics & Finance offers a graduate Certificate in Applied Economics. The program consists of 12 credits from the Master of Science in Applied Economics & Predictive Analytics Program.
The School of Entrepreneurship & Management offers a Certificate in Entrepreneurship to undergraduate students. The program consists of three three-credit courses, and is open to non-business students only.
Human Resource Management Certificate
The School of Entrepreneurship & Management offers an undergraduate certificate in Human Resource Management.
Our Graduate Degrees
The UND M.B.A. Program holds AACSB accreditation and features coursework in executive management, business analytics, financial & economics analysis, and strategy.
UND’s M.P.A. Program is accredited by NASPAA and will prepare you to address the strategic challenges facing government and non-profit organizations.
The M.S. in Applied Economics & Predictive Analytics degree is ideal for those seeking careers in economics research, consulting, and forecasting.
UND’s M.Acc. Program is offered online or on campus and is designed to qualify and prepare students for the CPA exam. Tracks exist for both accounting and non-accounting majors.