What’s new at IU Southeast?
Our Master of Science in Management—the only graduate management degree in the region!—helps you develop the skills required to successfully manage or lead an organization in areas such as non-profit, government, healthcare or for-profit enterprise.
When is it offered?
Beginning Fall 2018.
What does it look like?
The M.S. in Management is a full-time program that consists of 30 credit hours of coursework, including classes in organizational behavior and leadership, business communications, negotiation, venture growth management, conflict resolution and other areas, to deliver a comprehensive grounding in management. Students will emerge with a knowledge of how to think analytically, communicate effectively, plan strategically and behave ethically. This program is delivered in a variety of formats, including in-class, online, blended and accelerated. It is cohort-based, and offered primarily during daytime hours. To fit the needs of working adults, courses for the M.S. in Management are offered on the campus of IU Southeast in New Albany and at the IU Southeast Graduate Center in Jeffersonville.
Students seeking graduate-level preparation and advanced business skills who do not have the necessary work experience required for most MBA programs. Also, people in a hurry: Students without a business undergraduate to earn a graduate degree in business in just one year.
What can you do with the M.S. in Management?
Simply put: You can move up. Management skills are increasingly in demand across the board, from traditional business areas such as banking and finance to nonprofits and the public sector. The program also provides a firm foundation for entering an M.B.A. or M.S.S.F. program, enabling you to build an unbeatable resume.
Words of wisdom:
“We are pleased to add the Master of Science in Management degree to our graduate business program offerings. This full-time degree is ideal for students with a Bachelor’s degree in any discipline and can be completed in just one year. Graduates of this program will develop valuable leadership skills that will result in improved opportunities in the job market.”
—Dr. David Eplion, Dean of the School of Business
For more information on the M.S. in Management, visit the program website or contact Sharon Allen, director, assistant dean of the School of Business and director of graduate business programs, at 812-941-2364 or email@example.com. To learn about all the graduate offerings at IU Southeast, you may attend the upcoming Graduate Business Information Session, March 7, 2018, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the Graduate Center at Water Tower Square in Jeffersonville, Ind.