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A Master of Arts (MA) degree gives the holder general knowledge in a specific area of professional study, interdisciplinary sphere, or targeted discipline. Students further their coursework in a precise domain, focusing on both theoretical and practical considerations. You may ask yourself, what is an MA in General Management? This program will give you business skills and practical management tra… Read more

A Master of Arts (MA) degree gives the holder general knowledge in a specific area of professional study, interdisciplinary sphere, or targeted discipline. Students further their coursework in a precise domain, focusing on both theoretical and practical considerations.

You may ask yourself, what is an MA in General Management? This program will give you business skills and practical management training in order to prepare you for effective leadership and administration. You’ll learn the basic tools required to direct, motivate, and manage teams and groups. Depending on your interest, you could focus on a specific field such as retail and commerce, managing heritage sites, or business management. Coursework varies depending on the focus, but will center on theories related to administration as well as the practical considerations involved.  

Degree holders with an MA in General Management will feel confident and prepared to go out into the job market and secure positions in leading teams and directing projects. Skills acquired will translate to a variety of careers in a diverse group of industries.

The fees involved in a degree of this type will depend on the specific school, course length, and program. Once you have found a university and curriculum you’re interested in, contact the institution directly in order to find out the relevant information.

There are a number of careers a Masters in General Management will prepare you for, depending on your specific coursework. If you studied business, you could helm a large corporation, non-profit or international firm. Studying retail management would allow you to do sales management, marketing and entrepreneurship as middle or top management in any retail and commerce company. An MA focusing on heritage management would train you to effectively plan and manage an archaeological site.

If you are interested in applying for an MA in General Management, take a look at the array of choices available. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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SRH University Heidelberg
Heidelberg, Germany

With this intensive interactive program, using our unique CORE teaching modular system, you’ll gain a solid foundation in all core management disciplines. The degree is design ... +

With this intensive interactive program, using our unique CORE teaching modular system, you’ll gain a solid foundation in all core management disciplines. The degree is designed for students with minimal or no previous management skills from which you will acquire a skill set that will maximize your career opportunities. -
MA
Full-time
2 years
English
Campus
 
State University of New York Buffalo College of Arts and Sciences
Buffalo, USA

Arts managers matter because they are the ultimate mediators between the arts and its best audience. Arts leaders must negotiate the increasingly complex cultural, socioeconom ... +

Arts managers matter because they are the ultimate mediators between the arts and its best audience. Arts leaders must negotiate the increasingly complex cultural, socioeconomic, legal, and political systems that challenge sustainable arts environments. The University at Buffalo's MA in Arts Management prepares you to face these challenges. Through its unique blend of critical inquiry, analysis, and experiential learning, the program builds your capacity to identify and solve the problems inherent in the areas of arts management, production, and cultural policymaking. -
MA
English
Campus