Master of Science in Management
The program requires a minimum of 31 credit hours of coursework and may be taken either full-time or part-time.
Management Core (10 credit hours)
The following four courses provide a solid understanding of research and practice in management.
- GEB 6445–Social, Ethical, Legal Systems (2 credit hours)
- MAN 6055–Organizational Behavior and Leadership (2 credit hours)
- MAN 6140-Decision Making & Problem Solving (3 credit hours)
- MAN 6289-Organizational Change and Development (3 credit hours)
Capstone Course (3 credit hours)
- MAN 6950–Capstone Experience in Leading Organizations (3 credit hours)
This course integrates the topics covered in the four core courses. Students will conduct an applied analysis of an organization, identifying areas needing improvement, and defining recommendations. The four core courses are prerequisites for MAN 6950.
Electives (18 credit hours)
Elective courses are chosen from courses in the management field. Course offerings include: Negotiating Agreements, Politics and Control in Organizations, Ethics Law and Sustainable Business Practices, Environmental Laws and Issues, Managing International Cultural Differences, Designing Sustainable Enterprises, Global Entrepreneurship, Management through Constructive Persuasion, Seminar in Improvisation, and Lean Six Sigma.
With prior approval, students may take up to 6 credits in another field (within the College of Business or outside of the College of Business). In order to seek approval, students must provide the Advisor with a written rationale of how these courses outside the discipline complement the student's course of study. Once permission has been granted, it is the student's responsibility to attain permits for courses outside the College of Business.