Master of Science in Management
Henry Roth, Program Director, (650) 508-3721, email@example.com
The Master of Science in Management (MSM) curriculum provides students with a broad understanding of the role and use of managerial technology in the various functional areas of modern organizations. In this program, students concentrate on research issues in management of technology within organizations and in the development and use of information in decision making and control. To become an organizational agent of change, students work on their problem solving skills necessary to translate business needs into system specifications and propose solutions that address the bottom-line value returned to a business.
The MSM offers an articulated agreement with NDNU’s undergraduate Business Administration students. Qualified undergraduate students are able to apply in advance of their last semester to enroll in up to six units of selected graduate courses that fulfill undergraduate major requirements while also counting towards the master's degree.
Students in the MSM program are required to have a foundational knowledge that will facilitate learning advanced concepts. Foundation course(s) may have been taken in an undergraduate degree program, or subsequent to the completion of the Bachelor‘s degree. Foundation course(s) must be completed with a grade of C or better. If the course(s) have not been completed prior to admission, students can still be admitted conditionally but must complete the undergraduate equivalent of these requirement(s) early in their program of study.
MSM CORE COURSES
These courses are designed to prepare students in the functional areas for managing technology and programs. Students must complete all of the Core Courses.
|BUS4000||Organizational and Management Theory||3|
|BUS4200||Enterprise Information Management Systems||3|
|BUS4216||Enterprise Performance Management||3|
|BUS4308||Business Systems Modeling||3|
|BUS4316||Sustainability: Local and Global Management||3|
|BUS4332||Decision Support: Forecasting and Optimization||3|
|BUS4982||Project Systems Analysis (Capstone)||3|
AREA OF STUDY
In addition to Core courses, all MSM students are required to take an additional twele (12) graduate units to complete their degree program. This allows students the opportunity to choose electives among several specialty areas or specific field of study in order to distinguish themselves academically. As a result MSM students will have maximum flexibility in choosing courses which make the most sense for enhancing professional development.
General Elective (12 units required)
|Any 12 units of electives approved by the graduate program advisor||12|