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MiM curriculum

By providing an overview of key business principles, exploring leadership concepts in depth, and concluding with a real-world consulting project, the nine-month master’s in management program is the perfect complement to your undergraduate degree.

Management program format

Business Core - 21 Credits

Basics of Internal Measures of Success: Managerial Accounting
Basics of Financial Performance Reporting and Analysis
Basics of Leading People, Teams & Organizations: Organizational Theory
Basics of Understanding Facts: Statistics for Managers
Basics of Decisions, Market Structure and Games: Managerial Economics
Basics of Finance: The Art of Managing Resources to Create Value
Basics of Create and Deliver Customer Value: Marketing Management
Basics of Operations and Supply Management

Leadership - 10.5 Credits

Basics of Strategic Leadership
Business Communications
Project Management
Job Search Strategies
Basics of Ethical Issues for Managers
Basics of Mastering the Art of Influence and Negotiations

Capstone - 4.5 Credits

Applied Project: Consulting Project Lab

MiM course descriptions

Basics of Financial Performance Reporting and Analysis

Covers contemporary financial accounting and reporting systems; emphasizes the interpretation and evaluation of a company's external financial reports. Designed for students with limited business experience and without an undergraduate business degree.

Basics of Understanding Facts: Statistics for Managers

Provides conceptual introduction to the field of statistics and its many applications. Designed for students with limited business experience and without an undergraduate business degree.

Basics of Leading People, Teams & Organizations: Org Theory

Allows students to understand the human side of organizations through management theories and applications. Develops knowledge and skills for successful management of self and others. Designed for students with limited business experience and without an undergraduate business degree.

Basics of Strategic Leadership

Explores the general manager as organizational leader. Focuses on competitive advantage and how each functional area contributes to it. Designed for students with limited business experience and without an undergraduate business degree.

Basics of Internal Measures of Success: Managerial Accounting

Covers managerial accounting concepts and procedures for internal reporting applied to the decision-making activities of the professional managers. Designed for students with limited business experience and without an undergraduate business degree.

Basics of Decisions, Market Structure and Games: Managerial Economics

Applies microeconomic analysis to managerial decision making in areas of demand, production, cost and pricing. Evaluates competitive strategies. Designed for students with limited business experience and without an undergraduate business degree.

Basics of Create and Deliver Customer Value: Marketing Mgmt.

Manages the marketing function; market and environmental analysis; marketing planning, strategy and control concepts. Development and management of marketing programs. Designed for students with limited business experience and without an undergraduate business degree.

Job Search Strategies

Topical instruction, usually in compressed format, leading to academic credit. Often offered off campus to groups of professionals.

Basics of Finance: The Art of Managing Resources to Create Value

Develops analytical techniques and financial theories used to make optimal decisions in a corporate setting. Designed for students with limited business experience and without an undergraduate business degree.

Basics of Operations and Supply Management

This contemporary class explores basic operations and supply chain management topics, including process analysis, managing waiting lines, inventory, quality and general supply chain issues and concepts. Designed for students with limited business experience and without an undergraduate supply chain degree to set a foundation of understanding.

Project Management

Provides a comprehensive understanding of project management with particular focus on planning, scheduling and control of business processes. Emphasizes understanding team dynamics and risk analysis, as well as program management tools, governance and enabling of technology to drive supply chain processes.

Business Communications

A small class emphasizing discussion, presentations by students, and written research papers.

Basics of Ethical Issues for Managers

Studies ethical decisions, the role of business in society. Designed for students with limited business experience and without an undergraduate business degree.

Basics of Mastering the Art of Influence and Negotiations

Contemporary management issues, including environmental, project and supply chain management; new product development; quality control; TQM. Designed for students with limited business experience and without an undergraduate business degree.

Applied Project: Consulting Project Lab

Preparation of a supervised applied project that is a graduation requirement in some professional majors.