The MA in Organizational Management curriculum is designed to support your professional development, starting on your first day as a graduate student. You learn to change your mindset, your behavior, and to view your job and organization with fresh insight. You become more effective, a key contributor who can work with others to accomplish great things.
You will also learn the basics of business, leadership, and management. You’ll have a graduate degree that will prepare you to advance in any work setting, including the fields of business management, training and development, and social entrepreneurship
Classes are offered on week nights and Saturdays. The class size is small and the format is highly interactive. Your instructors will know you. You will meet regularly with a faculty advisor who will help you think about your career as well as your education. You won’t get lost in a crowd.
You’ll have 20 units of electives. If you wish you can choose an Area of Professional Focus and elect courses and workshops for a personalized specialization. You can also choose to do an internship, an independent study, or other non-classroom projects.
You can go through the program at your own pace, starting in any 10-week quarter (July, October, January, April), and taking courses in the sequence that works for you. If you apply now, you could be starting your graduate education in a matter of weeks.
You’ll spend most of your lifetime working. The MA in Organizational Management degree will help you make the most of your working years, and of yourself.