The Master of Arts in Management gives students in professional and mid-management careers the opportunity to obtain decision-making skills through a sequence of core courses in basic management and business subjects.
This program is designed primarily for students who have undergraduate degrees in fields other than business, desire a flexible program, and are seeking graduate work in management.
Upon successful completion of this program, students will be able to:
Â· Demonstrate effectiveness in work situations requiring managerial skills
Â· Influence others to contribute productively
Â· Distinguish ethical aspects of managerial decisions
Â· Utilize information gathering, storage, and distribution to improve decision making
Â· Discern the more effective marketing principles in both internal and external situations
Â· Explain the relationship of problems to achievement of organizational objectives
Â· Identify and secure resources necessary to solve business problems
Â· Monitor and assess results of performance
MA Management Transition Program
National University students who completed a transition program as part of their undergraduate degree and who satisfy MA transition program requirements described in the catalog description of the Bachelor of Arts in Management undergraduate program must complete a minimum of 45 quarter units for their MA in Management degree. The number of units required for the MA in Management program is dependent on the coursework completed in the Bachelors transition program and the grades earned.
Degree Program Locations
- This degree is offered online
- La Mesa Campus
- Mission Valley Campus
- Naval Amphibious Base Learning Center
- Sacramento Campus
- South Bay Campus
- Spectrum Business Park Campus
- Kearny Mesa Campus