The Master of Science (MS) in Management is designed for professionals who are assuming greater management responsibilities within their organizations. The program emphasizes the leading-edge management skills and technical expertise that are the basis for success in modern organizations. Important topics covered in the required courses include methods and conduct of organizational assessments, the organization/environment relationship, strategic planning, organizational communication, budgeting and resource allocation, leadership, and organizational decision making. Throughout the curriculum, major emphasis is placed on the effects of rapid technological change on organizations and administrative processes and the consequent ethical and moral responsibilities of managers to society at large. In each segment of this degree program, theory and concepts are presented so the student may develop and evaluate management skills. In each course, faculty members combine theoretical concepts with the practical application of usable skills. This degree program requires 36 credits and consists of six core courses and six specialization courses.
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