Master in Management
Designed for the working manager, Green
Hills University's Master in Management degree program offers the rare opportunity to enhance your skills, broaden
your horizons, and qualify for promotion in your chosen field—all without having to relocate or to take time out from
your professional life.
- Develops management professionals working in governmental, commercial, health care, and
- Offers an exceptional opportunity to acquire the skills necessary to advance professionally
while working full-time.
- Provides a rich learning environment of dynamic management principles drawn from a broad
range of theoretical and applied perspectives.
In addition to the growth that you can experience in this program,
it also provides extensive networking and peer interactions with representatives of some of Green Hills most successful
and progressive organizations.
Flexible enough to work for you today, solid enough to work for you in the future...
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Curriculum and Courses
The 45 credit
MiM curriculum consists of the following components:
- A set of interdisciplinary core courses totaling 26 credits
which all students will take. These courses are designed to impart universal management skills reflecting today's best
practices. The core courses are:
- Budget and Finance
- Strategic Management
- Practical Research, Analysis,
and Decision Making
- Management Information Systems
- Organizational Leadership and Communication
Human Resource Environment
- Marketing for Public and Private Organizations
- Legal Issues in Management
- At least 16 credits in a specialization area defined according to management sector
(commercial, government, or nonprofit); discipline (arts, business, government, health, social services); or skill area (marketing,
budgeting, personnel management, etc.). Courses that are appropriate to these specialization areas are determined in consultation
with the program staff.
- Three credits in a capstone project designed to demonstrate a comprehensive command of the
professional competencies learned in the program.
Transfer of credit for graduate study completed prior to entrance
in the MiM program is evaluated for acceptance on a case-by-case basis consistent with existing Green Hills policy.
There are no course prerequisites for the core curriculum
of the Master in Management program. Some supplementary course work may be suggested to individuals on a case-by-case basis.
These competency enhancements are specified in the advising process. Some elective courses may have specific course prerequisites.
MiM program is structured and scheduled to accommodate students who are working full-time. Core courses are offered in an
evening and weekend schedule. Many elective courses are also available in evening sessions. Every effort is made to use technology
to supplement in-class time. All students are required to have access to the Internet, which is the primary vehicle of program
communication and is also used as an instructional vehicle.
program is oriented toward people working, or aspiring to work, as managers in commercial, government, health care or nonprofit
organizations. Admission to the program is based on criteria that best predict success within these career tracks.
Admissions requirements include:
- At least three years of increasingly responsible
experience working full-time at the management level. Criteria considered include the number of people supervised, the size
of the budget administered, and the degree of decision-making autonomy.
- A bachelor's degree from an accredited
college or university in any field of study.
- Appropriate communication skills.
An admissions committee
of senior administrators and core faculty reviews program applications. Evaluation is based on information provided in the
program application form, three letters of reference, official transcripts, a written 400-word statement of purpose, and other
relevant materials. There are no entrance examinations required for applicants who meet the experience requirement. A GRE
or GMAT score may be substituted for work experience, at the discretion of the admissions committee.
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