Master of Science - Management

Master of Science - Management

The Master of Science in Management (MSM) program is a generalist graduate business program designed specifically for individuals with non-business academic backgrounds/degrees. You do not need any professional work experience to be admitted to this 30-credit program. Grounded in the fields of management, economics, applied psychology, and quantitative methods, the unique 10-course curriculum encompasses the primary business disciplines to help you round out your undergraduate training and experience. You will learn how economics, technology, social science and quantitative methods can be used to solve today’s complex and managerial challenges.        

In today’s competitive global workplace, having the right technical skills is extremely important, but it is often not enough. Businesses need people who can enter the workplace with the ability to transform technical expertise into business solutions. Through the MSM coursework and other learning experiences, you’ll be guided in developing a core set of critical thinking, collaboration, communication and innovation skills that are keys to success at the intersection business and technology. Our MSM courses will help you master business fundamentals and enrich your capacity to communicate effectively across business and technical domains.

The MSM program is well-suited to new, high-caliber graduates with little or no previous professional experience. Those individuals who seek additional business skills to complement their undergraduate training before entering the job market will emerge with strong management skills.

GMAT or GRE Required for International Applicants

 

Curriculum

MSM Core:

  • Project Management Fundamentals
  • FInancial Decision Making
  • Marketing Management
  • Economics for Managers
  • Operations Management
  • Discovering & Exploiting Entrepreneurial Opportunities
  • Organizational Behavior & Design
  • Strategic Management
 

MSM Elective Options

Choose two additional electives from an array of courses in such areas as project management, information systems, telecommunications management, business intelligence and analytics, marketing, finance, innovation and leadership. You may also consider options from offerings throughout the Institute from ethics to systems engineering.

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