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  Sep 19, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Academic Catalog

Management, M.M.


The Master of Management program is designed to provide graduate students with a comprehensive understanding of critical management processes within organizations. Students enrolled in this innovative program will develop skills in strategic areas such as leadership, human resource management and organizational change. This program is designed to prepare serious students for success in today’s challenging and ever-changing business environment.

Program Goals:

Upon successful completion of the Master of Management degree, students will:

  • demonstrate an understanding of the concepts, terminology, and approaches in the major areas of management and related decision-making technologies.
  • develop knowledge of the terminology and concepts used in marketing and to apply these concepts effectively in understanding the complexities of decision-making in today’s competitive marketing environment.
  • exhibit advanced mastery of the concept of management and how it pertains to organizational performance.
  • demonstrate knowledge and skills required to obtain employment in their field.
  • develop the skills necessary to continued success in their fields including leadership abilities and a heightened sense of social responsibility and ethics.

Curriculum


The M.M. Program consists of:

M.M. Analytical Courses (6 Credits)


[Choose two of the following]

* Students with an undergraduate degree in accounting should take ACC 645 .

Management Elective Courses (6 Credits)


Choose two courses from the many management electives, including MGT 609 Service Firm Management, MGT 663 Training and Development, MGT 700 Business Ethics and Social Responsibility, MGT 703 Group Dynamics & Social Processes, MGT 705 Global Issues, MGT 708 Creative Problem Solving in Business, MGT 712 Project Management and MGT 706 Team Dynamics.

General Electives / Master's Thesis (6 Credits)


Two additional elective courses, or enrollment in 6 credit Thesis Project.

Total: 36 Credits