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M.S. in Management
  • Credit hours req’d: 30
  • AACSB accreditation since: 2003
  • Fisher family:1

M.S. in Management

The master of management graduate degree program at Fisher provides fundamental knowledge of business that helps you develop essential managerial skills.

This graduate-level program is ideal if you wish to bolster your career prospects after receiving your undergraduate degree. Working individuals who seek career advancement in their respective industries also will benefit greatly from enrollment.

Designed for business and nonbusiness students alike, the program is well-suited for individuals with a background in the liberal arts, as well as those engaged in science, math, and technology disciplines.


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Program Overview

Created in consultation with recruitment professionals, the program’s curriculum focuses on communication and selling theory, financial and research methodologies, process and project management, and strategic implementation.

The master’s in management is a cohort program. That means you also will gain important experience working as part of a team to solve business issues while you hone your management style.

The 30 credit hours necessary for program completion can be earned in one calendar year of full-time study.

Life After Fisher

You'll be prepared for meaningful employment in any number of business sectors, including:

  • Marketing
  • Government
  • Education
  • Retail
  • Health care
  • Consultative sales
  • Technical consulting
  • Industry
  • Non-profit agencies