Curriculum

The Master of Science in Management is a 36-credit program comprised of ten courses and a thesis/project requirement. The program may range from one to two years, depending upon the student’s choice of schedule. Four concentrations are offered, including:

The always evolving curriculum explores the challenges and opportunities of the current business climate and capitalizes on the climate of opportunity in New Hampshire and Northern New England.

Core Requirements for MSM

MG 6040Research Methods2 Credits

MG 6410Professional and Organizational Ethics: A Global Perspective4 Credits

MG 6610Strategic Planning and Policy4 Credits

MG 6975Strategic Capstone2 Credits

Healthcare Administration Concentration Online

MG 5320Marketing Management in Healthcare and Service Sectors4 Credits

MG 5410Organizational Communication, Negotiations & Conflict Resolution4 Credits

MG 5620Managerial Economics4 Credits

MG 6110Project Management4 Credits

MG 6920Legal Issues in Healthcare4 Credits

MG 5120Organizational Leadership and Change4 Credits

HCA 6130Comparative Healthcare Systems4 Credits

Non-Profit Leadership Concentration Online

MG 5410Organizational Communication, Negotiations & Conflict Resolution4 Credits

MG 6110Project Management4 Credits

MG 6630Strategic Fundraising4 Credits

MG 6830Strategic Human Resource Management4 Credits

MG 5120Organizational Leadership and Change4 Credits

MG 6640Dynamics of Non-Profit Governance4 Credits

MG 6520Grant Writing and Contract Management 4 Credits

Project Management Concentration Online

AC 5250Managerial Accounting 4 Credits

MG 6110Project Management4 Credits

MG 6880Supply Chain Management4 Credits

MG 5120Organizational Leadership and Change4 Credits

MG 5610Economics for Decision-Making4 Credits

MG 5410 Organizational Communication, Negotiation and Conflict Resolution4 Credits

MG 6890Quality Analysis for Technology4 Credits

Real Estate Management Concentration Online

AC 5250Managerial Accounting 4 Credits

MG 6110Project Management4 Credits

MG 5410 Organizational Communication, Negotiation and Conflict Resolution4 Credits

MG 5120Organizational Leadership and Change4 Credits

MG 6060 Real Estate Market and Feasibility Analysis4 Credits

MG 6315 Real Estate Finance4 Credits