|Program Director:||Dr. Daniel Morrell
Business and Aerospace Building, N134
|Graduate Analyst:||Karissa Garrison
The department of Management and Marketing offers the Master of Science in Management program, with three concentrations: not-for-profit management, organizational leadership, and supply chain management. The Master of Science in Management will enhance students' planning, communication, and ethical decision-making skills, and expose them to real world experiences to help them mature as managers. The Management MS program will allow students to develop the skills to be promoted into higher levels of management at different types of organizations.
Graduates of this program may work in a variety of positions, including mid- to upper-level management positions in corporate offices, healthcare facilities, distribution or logistics centers, manufacturing facilities, not-for-profit organizations, state or local government, and service industries such as banking, insurance, and real-estate.
The Not-for-Profit Management concentration provides students with business and management skills that can be applied to not-for-profit managerial work. The concentration requires 12 hours of courses in not-for-profit management, promotional strategy, and leadership and motivation. Students will elect 6 hours of courses in a professional area that relates to their career interest, or they may select 6 hours of business electives that apply to not-for-profit work.
The Organizational Leadership concentration provides students with business and leadership skills that can be applied in a wide variety of leadership roles in business, government, and/or education. The concentration requires 12 hours of courses in behavioral aspects of leadership, including two required courses: organizational development and leadership and motivation. Leadership concentration electives are selected from among the following courses: negotiation, current issues in management, and international management. Students will also elect 6 hours of courses in a professional area that relates to their career interest.
Supply Chain Management
The Supply Chain Management concentration provides students with business and operations management skills that can be applied to work in logistics, transportation, and supply chain management careers. The concentration requires 12 hours of courses in supply chain management, including two required courses: international supply chain management and total quality management. The concentration electives are selected from among these courses: production/operations management strategy, distribution center management, marketing systems, and techniques in social media and internet marketing. Students will also elect 6 hours of courses in a professional area that relates to their career interest.
All concentrations also require the completion of an applied project course at the end of the program, as well as the following general management courses: strategic decision making, project management, human resources management, and ethics.
To be admitted to the Master of Science in Management program, a student must submit the following to the College of Graduate Studies:
Submit Application Materials to:
College of Graduate Studies
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