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Master of Science in Management

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Programs designed for working adults

  • Get started in September or January
  • Part time graduate students attend one evening class per week from 6 to 9:15 PM
  • Accelerated 7 week online and campus hybrid courses
  • The MSM degree consists of 36 total credits (12, 3-credit courses)

 

Gain business management and leadership skills with our core curriculum.

(All courses follow the hybrid model, combining online with on-campus study, unless noted)

BA 501 – Management Theory and Organizations
BA 506 – Marketing Strategy and Management
BA 526 – Graduate Seminar: Research Methods
BA 530 – Human Resource Management
BA 606 – Financial Management for Decision Analysis
BA 650 – Strategic Planning, Policy Development and Management
Learn more about our core curriculum

 

Choose from five specialized concentrations

GENERAL MANAGEMENT

HEALTHCARE MANAGEMENT

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE

LEADERSHIP IN SPORT

 

Engage with faculty that have real world experience

  • Microsoft
  • Morgan Stanley
  • Brigham and Women’s Hospital
  • Blue Cross/Blue Shield
  • Teradyne

Learn more about our graduate faculty

 

Have questions about the program? We are here to help!

 

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Schedule an appointment

Meet with a graduate admissions team member by emailing your preferred Monday through Friday time and date to graduate@mountida.edu

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