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Master of Science Degree

The Master of Science in Management (MSM) prepares you to manage people in the new economy where work takes place at multiple locations, with multi-tasking employees. Courses offer hands-on, diagnostics-rich learning activities that are focused on real workplace issues. The program is mentor rich, supported by reflection tools such as journaling and storytelling and promotes the awareness of self and others as leaders, managers and innovators.


  • Entrepreneurship
  • Executive Coaching
  • Human Resource Management
  • Marketing
  • Project Management

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Courses in the major include:

This course focuses on the management of self and others with an emphasis on administration and interpretation of diagnostic instruments which help clarify behaviors and skills which influence organizational and interpersonal outcomes. It covers the context of management in the organization, skills needed to effectively work with people in organizations, such as emotional intelligence and the roles people fill on the leader- manager-innovator continuum. All courses in the MSM Core require a Manager Reflection Journal to be kept by all students to focus on key learnings and applications throughout the program.
This course focuses on developing skills with which to engage others in an organization, including mentoring, coaching and communicating. Emphasis is placed on practice and mastery of behaviors that enhance organizational relationships such as facilitation, mediation, visioning and storytelling, teaching, decision-making and strategic planning.
This course focuses on the process of aligning resources within an organization to accomplish goals. Specific processes such as budgeting, resource allocation, incentives and benefits are covered along with practice in allocating resources in a collaborative manner.
This course focuses on skill-building the necessary leverage skills to be effective on the leader-manager-innovator continuum. Emphasis is placed on structuring organizational efforts, staffing with diverse resources, establishing partnerships and other collaborative efforts and maintaining a cohesive organization.
This course focuses on personal learning styles and methods to enhance learning. It examines the relationship between behavior, cognition and meta-cognition. It also focuses on organizational learning and the learning organization and how organizational effectiveness can be enhanced with learning.
This course focuses on quantitative and qualitative measurement and research practiced by those responsible for organizational leadership. There is specific emphasis on use of tools such as surveys and focus groups to gather data needed to make sound decisions about the organization and its resources.
This course focuses on collection and presentation of a cohesive representation of a personal portfolio accumulated during completion of the program. Prerequisites: MSM 500, MSM 510, MSM 520, MSM 610, MSM 620, MSM 630

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Your SHRM or HRCI® certification is valued at 6 credit hours (2 courses) toward the Master of Science in Human Resource Strategic Management.

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