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The mission of the M.S. in Management and Organizational Behavior (M.S. in M.O.B.) program is the education of managers, organization development practitioners, human resource personnel and executives in the practice of organization change and development of high-performance organizations.
The M.S. in M.O.B. program at Benedictine University is recognized both locally and nationally as a leader in providing education geared toward managing the human side of organizations.
Competence in the "human side of enterprise," including global interdependence, talent management, and the planning of change, has become the hallmark of excellent managers and leading-edge companies. The M.S. in M.O.B. program blends a practitioner orientation with a combined academic, theoretical, and research focus to provide a relevant and balanced approach to managerial skill development. Most of all, the program fosters collaborative faculty-student relationships aimed at achieving a common goal: learning to create and sustain excellence in management.
Upon completion of Benedictine University's M.S. in M.O.B. program, students should be able to:
Benedictine University's traditional and online M.S. in M.O.B. programs are designed for working adults. The program's course schedule is ideal for those who seek flexibilitity in their course schedules and plan to register as either a full or part-time student.
On-campus courses are taught in eight-week formats during evenings and weekends. Online courses are also offered in eight-week formats.
The M.S. in M.O.B. curriculum requires ten core courses, that is, 30 semester credit hours, as well as two foundation courses, that is, six semester credit hours. All foundation courses must be completed before enrolling in any core course.
Foundation Courses (subject to waiver, each is 3 credits)
Core Courses (30 semester hours, each course is 3 credits)
Project management is an in-demand skill set, spanning all industries and sectors of business. Project management leadership is a highly sought-after skill as intense global competition demands that new projects and business development be completed on time and within budget. Courses offer the student an understanding of organizational behavior as it relates to the individual, effective team-building skills, conflict management and resolution, as well as skills to effectively manage the financial side of projects.
Required courses (each course is 3 credits)
Digital marketing uses social media platforms to engage your audience - customers, clients, stakeholders - to build your brand. Increased web traffic leads to increased sales. Advertising on various social media platforms is analyzed. Publishing content on social media platforms is considered. Listening to your audience is also examined.
Required courses (each course is 3 credits):
*More concentrations will be available by the 2022-2023 school year.
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