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Agile. Innovative. Socially Responsible.

Our M.S. in Management program gives students the knowledge and skills to apply key business concepts in organizational settings. Small class sizes and a student-centered approach allows for true collaboration and mentorship with your peers and faculty. By focusing our curriculum, we are able to efficiently and effectively give you the tools you need to be a knowledgeable, flexible, creative and ethical member of the workforce.

Our program is designed to be completed in 9 months on a full-time basis or 2 years on a part-time basis for a total of 32 units.

Learning Outcomes

Graduates of the LMU M.S. in Management will:

  • Possess the knowledge and skills to be able to apply key business concepts in organizational settings.
  • Possess the knowledge and skills to manage in a global economy.
  • Possess critical thinking skills and the ability to integrate concepts.
  • Have the ability to communicate effectively.
  • Have the knowledge and skills to function effectively as members, managers, and leaders in the organizations in which they are employed.
  • Be able to incorporate ethical reasoning, social responsibility, and sustainability in making decisions in their organizations.

Everything You Need to Kickstart Your Career

All M.S. in Management students complete the following courses:

  • BADM 601 - The Legal and Ethical Environment of Business
  • BADM 602 - Financial and Managerial Accounting
  • BADM 603 - Business Statistics
  • BADM 604 - Business Economics
  • BADM 605 - Management and Organizational Behavior
  • BADM 606 - Marketing Management
  • BADM 607 - Operations Analysis and Decision Support Systems
  • BADM 608 - Financial Management
  • BADM 609 - Management Information Systems
  • BADM 610 - Management Strategy

Students participate in 2 workshops over the course of the program designed to complement the curriculum by developing oral and written communication skills.

  • BADM 611 - Management Workshop: Introduction to Business and Communications
  • BADM 612 - Management Workshop: Personal Development and Career Planning

For detailed course descriptions, see the University Bulletin.