MASTER OF SCIENCE IN MANAGEMENT
Master of Science in Management
The Master of Science in Management (M.S.M.) degree at Warner University is a practical-based graduate program designed to integrate current business and management topics in today’s society. The M.S.M. program is a 36-credit-hour graduate degree program (12 courses of study) designed for working professionals seeking additional knowledge beyond the bachelor’s level of study.
The M.S.M. degree places emphasis on managerial skills in order to prepare students for managerial and leadership roles in today’s workforce. The program can be completed in 24 months of consecutive study and is offered entirely online. Each course is eight weeks in length.
Students with various educational and professional backgrounds will find the M.S.M. program both intriguing and challenging. The M.S.M. will require students to study at a level beyond their undergraduate curriculum to extend their knowledge, intellectual, and professional maturity. Students will be required to analyze, explore, question, reconsider, and synthesize old and new knowledge and skills so that the graduate will have gained sufficient depth of education, specialized skills, and a sense of creative independence to contribute and provide leadership in the business profession.
Master of Science in Management Courses
|MGT 5030||Leading Groups and Teams||3|
|MGT 5040||Developing Organizational Intelligence||3|
|BUS/MGT 5050||Marketing Management||3|
|MGT 5060||Entrepreneurial Thinking for Managers||3|
|BUS/MGT 5070||Human Resource Management||3|
|BUS/MGT 5080||Legal Environment of Business||3|
|BUS 5100||Business Management from a Christian Worldview||3|
|BUS/MGT 5170||Economics for Managers||3|
|BUS/MGT 5180||Finance for Managers||3|
|MGT 5010||Organizational Effectiveness||3|
|MGT 5190||Current Trends and Challenges in Organizations||3|
|BUS/MGT 5200||Integrated Studies in Business Administration and Management||3|
- Bachelor degree from a regionally accredited institution
- Cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
- Applicants below the 3.0 GPA will be considered for admissions by the Graduate Council on a case-by-case basis
- Complete an admissions application and pay the appropriate application fee.
- Submit an official transcript showing the baccalaureate degree. Applicants seeking transfer credit must provide official graduate transcripts for evaluation.
- Submit two recommendation forms
- Submit a written Graduate essay (2 pages, double-spaced)