Consider Wake Forest University, whose one-year master’s of arts in management has grown from 13 students when it began five years ago to 96 this year. The program, which requires no previous work experience and aims to help students apply their liberal arts and sciences “passion” to business while teaching the technical knowledge that’s needed to do so, gives students a foot in the door while arming them with teamwork skills and cultural competence, to boot. Mastering Business, Quickly
This is just an A.S. Degree disguising itself as a Master's because a Master's degree sounds sexier.