Master of Science in Management

Coursework

Management Core (11 credit hours)

The following four courses provide a solid understanding of state-of-the-art research and practice covering the primary areas in the domain of Management.

• MAN 6055 Organizational Behavior and Leadership (2 cr)
• MAN 6930 People Analytics (3 cr)
• MAN 6289 Organizational Change and Development (3 cr)
• ISM 6316 Project Management (3 cr)


Capstone Course (3 credit hours)

• MAN 6950 Capstone Experience in Leading Organizations (3 cr)
This course integrates the topics covered in the four core courses. It should be taken during one of the last two semesters.


Electives (16 credit hours)

Students will need to take 16 credits of electives. Electives offer the option to earn a concentration in Project Management and the opportunity to earn credits through a Practicum. 

To earn a concentration in Project Management students will take 12 credits of their 16 credits of electives from the following list:

• MAN 6448 Negotiating Agreements (3 cr)
• MAN 6607 Managing International Cultural Differences (3 cr)
• MAN 6930 Principles of Collaboration (3 cr)
• ACG 6026 Accounting Concepts for Managers (3 cr)


General Elective List

• MAN 6147 Leadership Concepts (2 cr)
• MAR 6216 Logistics/Physical Distribution Management (3 cr)
• MAN 6256 Politics and Control in Organization (3 cr)
• MAN 6448 Negotiating Agreement and Resolving Conflict (3 cr)
• MAN 6607 Managing International Cultural Differences (3 cr)
• MAN 6726 Strategic Business Analysis (2 cr)
• MAN 6905 Independent Study (1-3 cr)
• MAN 6930 Principles of Collaboration (3 cr)
• ISM 6156 ERP & Business Process Management (3 cr)
• ISM 6328 Information Security and Risk Management (3 cr)
• ISM 6436 Operations and Supply Chain Management (3 cr)
• ACG 6026 Accounting Concepts for Managers (3 cr)
• MAR 6936 Logistics Systems & Analytics (3 cr)
• GEB 6445 Social, Ethical, Legal Systems (2 cr)
• GEB 6457 Ethics, Law, & Sustainable Business Practices (3 cr)


Practicum Option: 1 to 3 hours. The practicum option requires students to work on an applied project related to management / project management. Typically this can occur at the student's place of employment and is jointly supervised by a faculty member and a manager in the company. One credit of ISM 6905 would be taken for each semester to a maximum of three credits over three semesters. The practicum would count for 1-3 hours of electives.