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    The Master of Science degree in Management is designed to serve those students interested in strengthening their capacity to effectively and ethically manage others in an organizational context. It provides students depth in management content areas including strategy, leadership, performance management, creativity and innovation, human resource management and change management. While still touching on critical business knowledge areas including economics, accounting, finance, information technology and business ethics, the Master of Science degree in Management offers greater depth in the knowledge and skills important to those who wish to effectively manage others in ways that further an organization's values and strategies.

    Admission

    Admission policies and procedures for all graduate academic programs of Ohio Dominican University are the responsibility of the Graduate Curriculum and Academic Policies Committee (GCAP). Admission to the program is the decision of the Program Director and the Master of Education Graduate Admissions Committee who review and evaluate all applications. In the case of applicants who do not satisfy the general requirements for admission to the program, the program faculty will decide on the merit of such cases. 

    For admission to the Master of Science degree in Management program, applicants must have:

    • A bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited institution 
    • A completed application with essay and resume 
    • A 2.75 grade point average (GPA) in the last 60 hours of the bachelor's degree 
    • Official transcripts from all post-secondary institutions attended 
    • Three (3) years of significant work experience 
    • An interview with a member of the LEAD staff 
    • A TOEFL score of 550 or equivalent electronic score, if applicable 
    • Three (3) letters of recommendation

    Students may obtain only the MBA or the MSM degree from Ohio Dominican University but not both.

     

    Transfer/Transient Credit

    The Registrar and graduate program director are responsible for the evaluation of transfer credit and processing the necessary approval forms prior to granting graduate transient credit. Once credit has been accepted or transient credit approved, the Registrar applies it to the graduate program. The maximum number of transfer or transient credits a graduate student may receive is nine semester hours. Only courses with grades of B or better from regionally accredited institutions will be considered.

     

    Graduation Requirements

      

    • Students must complete all courses in the prescribed sequence of 36 credit hours 
    • Students must have a 3.00 or better grade point average (GPA) 
    • Students must complete the program within seven years

    Curriculum for the Master of Science in Management

      

    Courses Credits
    Foundation Courses   
    BUS 510 Graduate Learning Strategies 3
       
    Functional Management Core Courses   
    BUS 564 Business Ethics   3
    MGMT 530 Economics and Management Strategy 3
    MGMT 612 Strategic Human Resource Management and Employment Law           3
    ACT 520 Accounting for Management Decision Making 3
    BUS 620 Strategic Marketing Management 3
    FIN 570 Organizational Finance 3
    BUS 545 Strategic Management of Technology and Information 3
       
    Integrated Management Sequence Courses   
    BUS 690 Business Policy and Strategy 3
    BUS 725 Leadership and Change Management 3
    MGMT 660 Fostering and Managing Creativity and Innovation 3
    MGMT 655 Contempory Methods and Research in Management 3