Master of Science in Management

The Master of Science in Management is a graduate degree program designed to meet the growing demand for professionals wanting to gain the knowledge and skills needed to expand their management careers. Students will gain a strong background in management with courses in business, operations, career development, leadership, economics, finance, accounting and human resource management. Eastern’s MSM program is open to any graduate with a bachelor’s degree from an accredited university.

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Curriculum & Requirements

Management, Master of Science (MS)

The Master of Science in Management program serves its students and fulfills the university’s mission by:

  • Educating students to enhance their opportunities for career change, promotion to higher levels of management, and positions of leadership.
  • Engaging students in a quality program of learning that is affordable and convenient for students from the local region.
  • Providing practical experiences to students through class projects with local businesses, internships, and relevant case studies which relate their learning to the real world.
Required Courses
MNGT 510ADVANCED EXCEL2
MNGT 515BUSINESS ANALYTICS I2
MNGT 520BUSINESS ANALYTICS II2
MNGT 525CAREER MANAGEMENT2
MNGT 530HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT2
MNGT 535BUSINESS LAW2
MNGT 540LEADING PEOPLE AND ORGANIZATIONS2
MNGT 545FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING2
MNGT 550MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING2
MNGT 555MARKETING MANAGEMENT2
MNGT 560OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT2
MNGT 565DIGITAL MARKETING2
MNGT 570COMPENSATION AND PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT2
MNGT 575PRINCIPLES OF FINANCE2
MNGT 580APPLIED BUSINESS ECONOMICS2
MNGT 590PRINCIPLES OF STRATEGY2
Internship Requirement - must be repeated for a total of 12 credits12
INTERNSHIP
Total Credits44

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Program Learning Outcomes

Students who successfully earn an MS in Management from EWU should be able to do the following:

  • understand the business functions of management;
  • examine relevant data and draw informed conclusions;
  • use relevant theories, concepts, perspectives, and facts to formulate business issues and solve related problems.