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The application fee and GMAT exam will be waived for incoming students through July 31, 2023.

The Master of Science in Management program is designed to provide students who have completed a bachelor's degree with the knowledge, values, and skills necessary to perform leadership roles in the management of people, resources, and technology.

The 12-month M.S. in Management program pairs nicely with an undergraduate degree in a non-business field, enabling you to earn a Master's degree to increase your marketability in the workforce.

Once admitted to the program, students can earn the M.S. in Management degree by completing 30 credit hours of coursework. This should include 21 credit hours of Management Core courses and 9 credit hours in one of the two tracks.

Curriculum

All classes are 3 credit hours unless otherwise noted.

Management Core Courses (21 credit hours required)
Complete all 7 courses.

  • BUSE-A 500* - Speaking the Language of Business (Only required for students with no business background)
  • BUSE-A 508 - Organizational Behavior and Leadership
  • BUSE-B 510 - Managerial Ethics
  • BUSE-B 511 - Business Communications/Managerial Communications
  • BUSE-E 548 - Organizations and Organizational Change Management
  • BUSE-E 552 - Negotiations
  • BUSE-Z 506 - Managing Teams

*For those students not required to take BUSE-A 500, recommended electives would include:

  • BUSE-B 516 - Legal & Ethical Environment of Business
  • BUSE-C 521 - Marketing Management
  • BUSE-E 588 - Project Management

Tracks (9 credit hours)

Choose a track in either Human Resources or General/Personalized Management.

Human Resources Track

Complete all 3 courses for a total of 9 credit hours.

  • BUSE-E 549 - Industrial Labor Relations
  • BUSE-E 554 - Human Resource Management
  • BUSE-E 558 (Z 441) - Wage and Salary Administration

General / Personalized Management Track

Complete 3 of the following for a total of 9 credit hours.

  • BUSE-A 507 - Modeling and Simulation
  • BUSE-E 549 - Industrial Labor Relations
  • BUSE-E 551 (E 371) - Managerial Forecasting (Econometrics)
  • BUSE-E 553 (M 405) - Consumer Behavior
  • BUSE-E 554 - Human Resource Management
  • BUSE-E 590 (M 435) - Digital Marketing
  • BUSE-E 578 (E 338) - Business and Economics Applications of Geographical Information Systems
  • BUSE-E 590 (K 350) - Data Analytics and Visualization
  • BUSE-E 590 (M 380) - Market Analytics
  • BUSE-E 590 (M 426) - Sales Management

 

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