In today’s workplace, experienced managers are often active participants in strategy formulation and execution. They serve as key players in the continual repositioning necessary for an organization’s ongoing success.
Marymount’s Master of Science in Management is designed to help practicing managers develop their skill set in order to be more effective. Both the classroom and the workplace become laboratories, as faculty members strive to intersect theory and application on a consistent basis. The program’s curriculum enhances a student’s capabilities in leadership, innovation, communication, teamwork, and strategic thinking – all of which are essential to an organization’s success and a manager’s advancement.
Students in the M.S. in Management program have the option to choose from three tracks:
- Leadership – focusing on the development of individuals and teams as well as ethical and global challenges in organizations
- Organization Development and Change – focusing on the foundation, purpose, and methods of planned change in organizations
- Project Management – an increasingly recognized discipline focusing on the effective management of resources
Graduates of the Marymount’s program develop a personal leadership style that is consistent with their individual personality, character, and beliefs.
Marymount’s small class sizes and the high level of faculty/student interaction yield a network of professional relationships that are useful throughout one’s career.
The M.S. in Management is accredited by the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).
Students in the M.S. in Management program are practicing managers who seek to use their learning for career advancement and to improve the effectiveness of their organizations.
Graduates are able to demonstrate:
- analytical skills necessary to frame and solve complex business problems
- leadership capabilities to drive change and implement strategies
- fresh perspectives for managing sustainability and growth
As a result, they are often in line for promotion within their organization or are recruited for exciting new ventures.
- FIN 500 Finance for Nonfinancial Managers
- MBA 515 Organizational Behavior
- MGT 502 Managing Innovation
- MGT 507 Leadership
- MGT 560 Ethical Issues in Business and Society
- MGT 585 Global Business Management
- MGT 590 Organization Policy and Strategy
- MSC 545 Project Management
- OD 523 Executive Coaching
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Last updated January 25, 2018