Iona College Launches New Graduate Business Programs

New masters programs to cover information systems, accounting, technology, and more

New York's Iona College has announced the launch of four new graduate-level courses in business. The new programs include the following:

A Master of Science in Information Systems program, which will help students develop business skills in systems analysis, auditing, development, project management, and other skills necessary in today's information-centric world.

Iona will also launch a Master of Science in Accounting and Information Systems program, which will address the intersection between accounting and information systems. 

Additionally, Iona's new graduate programs include a Master of Science in Technology, Media and Telecommunications in Sports and Entertainment Business program, which expands upon an existing certificate offered as part of Iona's MBA program. This program will cover finance, digital marketing and analytics, sales, talent representation, facility and event operations and more.

And finally, Iona College will also launch an Advanced Certificate in Health Care Analytics program, which will help participants adopt quantitative decision-making in the healthcare field.

All four programs will launch this fall.

For more information, please see Iona's news release announcing the launch of the new graduate programs in business.

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