Once professionals begin to move up within an organization and assume increased responsibility, the basis for success shifts from technical expertise to human expertise, and managing the people side of the enterprise becomes top priority. Sullivan’s Master of Science in Management prepares professionals to become highly effective leaders through the in-depth study and application of critical management topics, including:
- Methods and conduct of organizational assessments
- Strategic management of human assets
- Strategic planning in domestic and international environments
- Managerial communication
- Ethical decision making
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.
To train managerial-level professionals to strategically and ethically direct organizational operations, with a focus on leadership development and effective workforce management.
- Our flexible class options can fit even the most demanding work schedules and the entire program can be completed in 18 months.
- We offer multiple, mutually exclusive admissions criteria tailored to gauge various abilities to succeed at the graduate level.
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.
|CMM 510||Interpersonal and Intergroup Conflict Analysis||4|
|CMM 515||Conflict Theories||4|
|CMM 540||Conflict and Culture||4|
|CMM 542||Conflict Coaching for Leaders||4|
|CMM 550||Negotiation in Conflict Management||4|
|MGT 510||Managerial Communication Skills||4|
|MGT 511||Managerial Ethics||4|
|MGT 521||Managing Organizational Conflict||4|
|MGT 545||Leadership and Team Development||4|
|MGT 580||Strategic Human Resource Management||4|
|MGT 695||Integrated Management Capstone||4|
|Graduate School Elective (4 Credit Hours)||12|
|One elective course from the following list is chosen by the student to complement the students personal or professional interests.|
|MGT 571||Competing in Domestic and International Markets||4|
|MGT596/MGT597/MGT696/MGT697||Graduate Management Expereintials 1-4||4|
|Total Credit Hours||48|