M.S. Management is an action learning program designed to help students identify and develop the skills necessary to manage contemporary organizations. M.S. Management integrates theory and practice in a way that helps you manage and serve in a dynamically changing workplace.
A wide variety of master's level business programs exist, and one of your most difficult choices is deciding which program fits your needs. Greenville's M.S. Management is ideal for students who want to develop practical management skills. The program emphasizes highly relevant, workplace-based situations by requiring students to produce an Action Learning Project. It utilizes a practical approach that benefits working professionals because it allows the immediate integration of actionable knowledge and critical thinking skills in their working environment.
Students will participate in hands-on learning methods, which will allow them to reflect on practices encountered in the workplace along with decision-making skills that can impact workplace situations. More importantly, action learning allows a student to take on a project with the purpose of solving an identified problem and generating new, actionable knowledge for the workplace.
Students are fully engaged with their organization throughout the master's program. This approach allows meaningful and positive changes to be implemented along with critical reflection.
The 2013-14 tuition for M.S. Management is $418 per credit for the 33 credit hour program. Tuition is subject to change each fall. Anticipated tuition and fees for the 20 month program are approximately $13,909, which includes a graduation application fee of $115. Students are responsible for the cost of textbooks and are encouraged to rent or use e-books if they prefer.
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Courses are offered entirely online.
M.S. Management is formatted to meet the needs of working adults. Students will use Greenville's online learning platform to submit assignments, discuss organizational issues, and stay connected with professors and peers.
Greenville College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
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