The Master of Science in Management (MSM) program is designed for professionals who, as they assume increasing responsibility within their organizations, find that the basis for success has shifted from technical expertise to the knowledge and skills necessary to manage the human side of the enterprise. Important topics covered in the management core courses include methods and conduct of organizational assessments, strategic management of human assets, strategic planning in domestic and international environments, managerial communication, leadership, and ethical decision making. Throughout the curriculum, major emphasis is placed on the effects of rapid, disruptive change on organizations and administrative processes and the consequent ethical and moral responsibilities of managers to society at large.
[[REQUIREMENTS]] - 48 Credit Hours
- Length: 18 months Time length for program completion will vary depending upon the number of courses taken per term, developmental courses when required, transfer credit accepted, lack of continuous enrollment, etc
[[The Graduate School]] Sullivan University’s graduate school provides the graduate with additional opportunities for career advancement and enhanced job security in today’s highly competitive and ever-changing work environment. This is a natural extension of the University’s distinguished history of preparing graduates for careers. Students in these graduate programs follow a curriculum designed to develop skills in leadership, team building, communications, decision-making, critical thinking and analysis and research techniques. Graduate students are expected to assume responsibility and exercise great initiative in their education. Each student actively participates in the processes of learning, developing managerial skills and improving the ability to communicate. A personal commitment to discipline and scholarly standards is an integral feature of this graduate study. The faculty consists of a distinguished full-time faculty with advanced degrees at the doctoral level and supplemented by adjunct faculty from specialized fields of business, industry, government, and conflict management.
All applicants to Sullivan University’s graduate programs must be either in their final two quarters of classes in a bachelor’s degree program at Sullivan University or have an earned bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution. Candidates for admission to the graduate school must demonstrate proficiency in verbal, written, quantitative and critical reasoning skills.
Recipient: Sullivan University
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