The M.S. in Management is a one-year, cohort-based program consisting of 10, three-credit-hour courses. The program requires a total of 30 credit hours and is delivered during the daytime.
The program begins with Second Summer session (July), which includes courses taking place five days per week, with required professional development sessions once per week.
Students will be exposed to the major functional areas of business including accounting, finance, marketing and management. They will develop an understanding of individual and group dynamics that affect and shape organizations and understand the role and effect that management decisions have on an organization.
Click "Course Descriptions" for an overview of courses offered in the M.S. in Management program.
Students are not required to complete a thesis, dissertation or comprehensive exams in order to be awarded the M.S. in Management degree.