Management, M.S.

College of Business

The Master of Science in Management (M.S.) develops your expertise in using qualitative tools in decision making and problem solving. You’ll explore the change management principles and cultural issues that affect the success of business ventures. The program gives you the opportunity to develop practical skills that are essential for effective management.

The M.S. in Management coursework covers topics such as:

  • Interpersonal, group and leadership processes
  • Workforce diversity, motivation and empowerment
  • Organizational culture and design
  • Total quality and change management

Dual Degree Option

Students in the M.S. in Management program also have an option to pursue a dual MBA/M.S. The option is ideal if you want to develop the leadership skills in M.S. in Management curriculum along with the solid business analysis and quantitative skills offered within the MBA program’s management concentration.

Wide Open Career Path

The M.S. in Management prepares students to successfully meet the challenges encountered by entry-level, middle, and senior managers; leaders of staff departments; and consultants. It can lead to success in a wide variety of industries and professions including those in the private, public, and non-profit sectors.

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