Companies are demanding managers who can effectively achieve financial results and effectively manage human resources.
The Accelerated Master of Science (M.S.) in Management and Organizational Behavior program at Benedictine University is recognized locally and nationally as a leader in education for effective management of high-performance organizations. For more than 50 years, the scholars within Benedictine University's Master of Science in Management and Organization Behavior program have brought the world's best leaders to campus. This program is intended for working professionals currently holding positions in organization development, line management or a closely-related field such as human resource management.
The curriculum provides students with a solid foundation in management skills, such as strategic planning, change management and human resources. Most of all, it fosters collaborative faculty-student relationships aimed at achieving a common goal: learning to create and sustain excellence in management.
The program is designed around the fact that many students are working professionals and therefore, classes are scheduled on weekends to accommodate their needs. One hundred percent of the degree can be completed through weekend course work.
The M.S. in Management and Organizational Behavior program is offered online or at off campus sites to corporate partners. Learn more about partnership opportunities at ben.edu/partner.
|MGMT 521||Career and Human Resources Planning||2|
|MGMT 522||Ethics and Social Responsibility in Management||2|
|MGMT 530||Organizational Behavior||4|
|MGMT 634||Strategy, Structure and Decision-Making||4|
|MGMT 500||Accounting for Managers||4|
|MBA 683||Project Management||4|
|MGMT 671||Strategic Management||4|
|MPH 511||Introduction to Statistical Analysis||4|
|MGMT 612||Methods of Organizational Research||4|
|MGMT 591/691||Lecture Series/Advanced Topics in Organization Development||2|
|MGMT 690||Management Internship||4|
|MGMT 585||High Performance Work Systems/Large Group Interventions||2|
|MGMT 593||Process Consultation||2|
|MGMT 581||Team Building||2|
|MGMT 586||International Organization Development||2|
|MGMT 600||Independent Study/Conference Attendance||2|
*Major Credits offered towards the 120 semester-credit hour graduation requirement.
Some Courses require prerequisites prior to registration; see advisor and refer to checklist upon admission.
Course listing and sequence subject to change.