2019-2020 Academic Catalog 
    
    Oct 24, 2020  
2019-2020 Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Management, MSM


Overview


Graduate Program


The Masters of Science in Management degree provides students with management knowledge that can be applied as an emerging leader in any career, in any sector-private, public, or non-profit.

Students will augment educational or work experience with a solid foundation of graduate management education and a broad understanding of management’s applications. Regardless of their undergraduate background, students will learn how to work with diverse stakeholders in key areas of an organization:

  • Accounting
  • Marketing
  • Information technology
  • Human resources

Most importantly, the MSM will help develop the leadership and decision-making skills students need to effect community and organizational change.

 

Graduate Program Requirements


The M.S.M. is a 10 unit degree program that consists of a combination of seven-week course modules and full-semester, 14-week courses. Modular courses count as 1/2 unit each, while a full semester course counts as one unit.

 

All courses are worth one unit, unless otherwise specified.
 

Program Faculty


Program Faculty


Mary-Ellen Boyle, Ph.D.
Keith Coulter, Ph.D.
John Dobson, Ph.D.
Priscilla Elsass, Ph.D.
Donna Gallo, Ph.D.
Laura Graves, Ph.D.
Thomas Murphy, M.B.A.
Steve Ng, M.B.A.
Will O’Brien, J.D., M.B.A.
Sitikantha Parida, Ph.D.
Inshik Seol, Ph.D.
Richard Spurgin, Ph.D.
Zhenyang Tang, Ph.D.
Zhihong Wang, Ph.D.
Da Wu, Ph.D.
Jing Zhang, Ph.D.
 

Emeriti Faculty


Margarete Arndt, D.B.A.
Robert Bradbury, Ph.D.
Gary Chaison, Ph.D.
Harold T. Moody, Ph.D.
Edward J. Ottensmeyer, Ph.D.
Maurry Tamarkin, Ph.D.

 

For a full list of GSOM faculty, including visiting and adjunct faculty, please see the faculty page on GSOM’s website.