Master of Management
Online or On-Campus: the Master of Management at Walsh College
Our Master of Management (MM) degree offers online or on-campus options to learn key concepts of managing for-profit or not-for-profit enterprises. Courses are planned to give you a management generalist's point of view, while also allowing specialization in 10 areas listed below.
No GMAT Required
We evaluate your application in a careful review of what you have accomplished since graduating from college, together with your academic record in your other degree programs. Those are much better indicators of your success as a Management student than a formal test score.
Management Program Format
The Management program consists of eight core courses and three specialization/elective courses. You are not required to take courses in a specialization area, but you can if that fits within your career interests. Whatever courses you select, you must complete 11 courses to earn 33 semester credit hours to complete this degree.
You can earn up to nine advanced standing credits for equivalent graduate course work, although time limits may apply depending on when you completed the courses. You have to earn at least 24 of your credits for this degree at Walsh College.
While taking your Walsh courses, you must earn at least a 3.0 GPA, with at least a grade of “C” (2.0) in each course to count it for your graduation total.
10 Specialization Areas
You can select from these available areas:
- Business Information Technology
- Health Services Administration
- Human Resources Management
- Information Assurance
- International Business
- Project Management
- Strategic Management
BIT 561 Fundamentals of Project Management
BIT 580 Secure Management
COM 520 Management Communication
FIN 579 Finance for Non-Financial Managers
MGT 501 Management, Organizational Learning and Change
MGT 555 Global Human Resources Management
MGT 590 Contemporary Managerial Issues
MKT 550 Managing the Marketing Function
| Specialization/Elective Courses
Three Courses Selected from Allowable Electives
Management students may create a concentration within their MM program by selecting their electives from the following areas:
Accounting, Business Information Technology, Finance, Human Resources Management, Information Assurance, International Business, Marketing, Project Management, and Strategic Leadership. Students are encouraged to work with the Student Advising Office in designing this option.