MASTER OF ARTS IN MANAGEMENT (M.A.M.)

The Master of Arts in Management is designed for individuals who are currently in management positions and prepares students for the challenges of management in the 21st Century. The degree focuses on developing leadership, communications, and interpersonal skills, and the freedom to accomplish tasks, set goals, and develop relationships necessary for professional development. The program offers two areas of specialization: Human Resource Management, and Organization Management. The degree is a 39-credit hour program. The admission standards and requirements are consistent with those outlined under the admissions tab.

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Core Courses - 24 hours

BUAD 5300 - Foundations of Management Theory and Practice*
BUAD 5304 - Ethics
MGMT 5306 - Dynamics of Leadership
MGMT 5309 - Human Resource Management
MGMT 5320 - Research Methods
MGMT 5325 - Organizational Development and Behavior
MGMT 5312 - Strategic Management
MISM 5306 - Management of Information Systems

*A student having undergraduate courses in management, marketing, and management information systems could be award credit for BUAD 5300.

Human Resource Management Specialization - 15 hours
MGMT 5305 - Organizational Theory
MGMT 5313 - Diversity Management
MGMT 5315 - Business Legal Environment
MGMT 5316 - Selected Topics in Management
MGMT 5326 - International Management
MGMT 5330 - Negotiations in Management
MGMT 5339 - Stress Management
MGMT 5343 - Compensation, Benefit and Performance
MGMT 5344 - Career Development and Management
MGMT 5345 - Employee Recruitment and Selection

Organization Management Specialization - 15 hours
MGMT 5305 - Organizational Theory
MGMT 5315 - Business Legal Environment
MGMT 5316 - Selected Topics in Management
MGMT 5318 - Production and Operations Management
MGMT 5326 - International Management
MGMT 5330 - Negotiations in Management
MGMT 5339 - Stress Management