Managers and future managers need highly developed skills and the confidence to lead, to launch and sustain successful careers. The Master of Arts in Management program e
Master of Arts in Management
Managers and future managers need highly developed skills and the confidence to lead, to launch and sustain successful careers. The Master of Arts in Management program emphasizes the leadership and communication skills required of effective managers.
This 16-month program is especially valuable for professionals who have been promoted from a technical or tactical position and need to learn how to develop, inspire and lead with authority, as well as for experienced managers who wish to deepen their knowledge of the human side of management. Students examine and develop their managerial and leadership skills through coursework and a self-directed learning plan. They select an organization (usually their workplace) in which to apply their new knowledge throughout their study and receive continuous feedback from University of Redlands faculty and their peers. This continuous, supportive environment is a great way to grow as a professional and the collective feedback from multiple perspectives enhances the experience of what it is really like to be part of a business enterprise....
Peter F. Drucker and Masatoshi Ito Graduate School of Management, Claremont Graduate University
Address the needs of non-profit managers; executives in a state, local, and national government; and business professionals wishing to update their knowledge and skills.
The Drucker School's strengths in strategy and leadership are prominently featured in the components of the Master of Arts in Management. This degree program is designed for professionals who wish to specialize in the management implications of these areas. It addresses the needs of non-profit managers; executives in a state, local, and national government; and business professionals wishing to update their knowledge and skills.The Master of Arts in Management requires 32 units of coursework for completion. The core requirements are drawn from those of the EMBA, consisting of 16 units of courses in Quantitative Methods, Financial Accounting, Financial Management, and Management and Information Systems. The remaining 16 units consist of 8 units of Leadership courses and 8 units of Strategy courses. Classes taken for one (or more) of our Executive Certificates directly apply to the Master of Arts in Management....