MS in Management Joint Degree
A combined 72 credits for these two degrees (30 credits for the M.S. in Management and 42 credits for the MBA) is reduced to 58.5 credits through credit-sharing.
How to Apply
Students must apply and be accepted to both programs of study. The GMAT or GRE is required for application (unless waived).
- Students may begin their studies in either program.
- Students who successfully complete all requirements will receive two degrees and two diplomas. The degrees must be conferred simultaneously.
While the student is enrolled in both the MS in Management and the MBA programs, the Professional MBA tuition rate will apply for all terms except any term during which a student is enrolled exclusively in MSM courses. During those terms, the MSM program will take priority.
Students will earn credits toward the MS in Management for MGMT-620 Business Strategy (3 credits), MGMT-625 Project Management (3 credits), and MGMT-608 The Executive Environment (3 credits) by taking MGMT-540 Strategy and Implementation (3 credits), MGMT-548 Capstone Project (3 credits), and MGMT-545 Executive Insights (3 credits), respectively.
Students will earn credits toward the MBA for BLAW-529 Business Legal Environment (1.5 credits), MGMT-513 Managing People (1.5 credits) and MGMT-523 Applied Business Ethics (1.5 credits) by taking MGMT-604 The Legal Environment (3 credits), MGMT-605 Behavior in Organizations (3 credits) and MGMT-600 Ethics and Stakeholder Management (3 credits), respectively.
Based on prior coursework, students may also be eligible for advanced standing credits for ACCT-501 Accounting Fundamentals, ECON-501 Economics Fundamentals, FINC-501 Finance Fundamentals, and STAT-501 Statistics Fundamentals, each 1.5 credits for a maximum total of 6 credits.
|MS in Management|
|Ethics and Stakeholder Management||3|
|The Entrepreneurial Manager||3|
|The Legal Environment||3|
|Behavior in Organizations||3|
|Human Resource Management||3|
|Enterprise Risk Management||3|
|MBA - Master of Business Administration|
|Applied Managerial Decision Tools||1.5|
|Accounting for Decision Makers||3|
|Supply Chain/Operations Management||1.5|
|Strategic Sustainable and Models||1.5|
|Strategy and Implementation||3|
*These courses may be awarded as advanced standing credit based on previous coursework.