Master of Science in Management
Upcoming start dates:
April 11, 2019 – Quincy
April 10, 2019 – Bristol Community College Fall River
With Eastern Nazarene’s Master’s of Science in Management, you’ll not only gain tools to become a more effective leader, but you’ll also gain a better understanding of complex business challenges and how to develop successful solutions.
This program will help you take your leadership skills to a deeper and more powerful level. Students will develop their skills in critical decision making, formulating multi-step strategies for problem-solving, and collecting and analyzing data.
Heading back to school might seem overwhelming, but with Eastern Nazarene’s Master’s in Management program, you’ll be able earn the credential and degree you want without putting life on hold. We’ve designed this program specifically for busy, working adults so you don’t have change your schedule to earn your degree.
- One night a week
- 16 months to completion
- Cohort model of instruction
- 36 credits for completion
- $610 per credit
Eastern Nazarene’s Master’s in Management degree will help you better understand communication practices, collaboration within multicultural communities, and organizational and individual behaviors. You’ll be prepared to guide, lead, and understand organizations on multiple levels. From corporate settings to individuals, you’ll have the tools to help your team reach its goals.
Set yourself a part with a credential that not only shows knowledge and skill, but ethics as well. Earning your degree with Eastern Nazarene means you’ll have the opportunity to learn from a diverse community of students and faculty, with faith at the center.
The business world is in need of strong, ethical leaders, earn the degree and credential you need today to lead your team tomorrow.
Organizational Theory, Behavior and Change (3 credits)
Introduction to Integrated Thesis: Research Methodology, Design & Statistics (3 credits)
Foundations of Leadership Theory (3 credits)
Financial Issues for Managers (3 credits)
Human Resource Management Seminar (3 credits)
Thesis Checkpoint (1 credit)
Economic Issues for Managers (3 credits)
Ethical Leadership (3 credits)
Management Information and Decision Design (3 credits)
Leadership in the Global Marketplace (3 credits)
Marketing Communications (3 credits)
Applied Leadership and Strategy and Policy (3 credits)
Thesis Seminar (2 credits)