Master in Management
Program Director: Dr. Gary Adams, Ph.D.
Master in Management website
Master in Management, Plan B Non-Thesis option only.
The Master in Management (MGMT-MiM) degree is a 30-credit program offered fully online. The program is designed to develop leadership skills related to the management and development of human capital, organizational development and change management practices that generate positive organizational results. Its curriculum reflects a forward‐looking view of human capital as equal to financial and physical capital in enhancing the competitiveness of any organization. The master in management program is accredited by the Association for the Advancement of Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB-International) and reflects the high standards and expectations of that accreditation.
Prerequisite for Admission
Applicants to leadership studies must hold a baccalaureate degree, or its academic equivalent, from an accredited college or university. The undergraduate background must be appropriate to the chosen course of study. Generally, applicants should have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.750 (on a scale of 4.000) in their undergraduate course work. Minimally two years of work experience is preferred.
Note: Students may apply for Regular Degree, Non-Degree or Temporary non-degree status. Non-degree applicants and temporary non-degree applicants must submit all required application materials, except the GMAT/GRE scores. Non-degree and temporary non-degree status are not available to international students. International applicants must apply for regular degree admission status.
Students are encouraged to complete all application materials and apply for degree status. Non-degree status and temporary non-degree status are valid for a limited number of term(s) as approved by the program director. Students with non-degree or temporary non-degree status are not eligible to continue taking GSM classes beyond the time frame of the approved term(s)without degree admission. Typically, non-degree admission is not recommended in the M.i.M. program.