M.A. in Management

Joanne Hix, Ph.D., Program Director

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The purpose of the Master of Arts in Management is to prepare current and future general managers for successful and rewarding careers in diverse, global operational environments. Graduates with a M.A. in Management credential will be strong decision makers who have deep understanding and practical skills in related functional areas such as talent management, production quality, project and financial management, annual planning and operational process compliance. Students will leave with essential practical strengths in: recruiting and retaining top talent, employee development, performance management, sales management, and policy development; direct and oversee production activities production and quality control, and overseeing safety standards; effective operational processes; ability to provide recommendations regarding investments and cash strategies, preparation of annual budgets, and variance analyses; expertise in annual planning processes and evaluation of results; and ethical decision-making. Students will engage in service-learning projects and services to enhance servant leadership competencies.


M.A. in Management Program Admission

The M.A. in Management offers seven concentrations:

Conflict Resolution Management
General Management
Human Resource Management
Health Care Management

Organizational Communication

Performance Management

Professional Sales and Management Optimization

 

Dual Master's Degrees

Earn two degrees with the efficiency of learning

available through a dual degree program!

 

Foundational Courses
Orientation to American Business Techniques & Culture (for International Students only)
Management Theory (may be waived with undergraduate prerequisites)

Business Legal Environment (may be waived with undergraduate prerequisites)

Marketing Concepts (or undergraduate equivalent)
Core Curriculum (24 hours)
Leadership in Management (prerequisite: MANA 51.521)

Communication and Business Behavior

(prerequisite: MANA 51.521)

Organizational Change and Development

(prerequisite: MANA 51.521)

Operational Finance

Business Ethics

(prerequisite: MANA 51.521)

Human Resource Strategy (S-L)

(prerequisite: MANA 51.521)

Managerial Strategy and Implementation (S-L)

(Last course in program)

Advanced Marketing Strategies

(prerequisite: MRKT 51.521)

 

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Dr. Joanne Hix
MAM Program Director
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Master's Degrees

& Programs:

Master of Business Administration
M.A. in Management
M.Ed. in Bilingual Education
M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction
M.Ed. in Educational Leadership
M.Ed. in Kinesiology
M.Ed. in Reading and English as a Second Language
M.Ed. in School Counseling
M.Ed. in Special Education
M.A. in Sport Management
M.A. in Teaching
M.A. in Communication
M.A. in Counseling
Master of Liberal Arts
Master of Professional Development

Master's Degrees and Programs available through the Graduate School of Ministry:

M.A. Children's Ministry
M.A. in Christian Education
M.A. in Christian Ministry
M.A. in Family Ministry
M.A. in Global Leadership
M.A. in Student Ministry
M.A. in Theological Studies
M.A. in Worship Leadership

Master's Degrees and Programs available through the Gary Cook School of Leadership:

M.Ed. in Higher Education

M.A. in Children's Ministry / M.A. in Christian Ministry
M.A. in Children's Ministry / M.A. in Counseling
M.A. in Children's Ministry / M.A. in Management
M.A. in Children's Ministry / M.A. in Theological Studies
M.A. in Children's Ministry / Master of Business Administration
M.A. in Children's Ministry / Master of Liberal Arts
M.A. in Christian Education / M.A. in Christian Ministry
M.A. in Christian Education / M.A. in Counseling
M.A. in Christian Education / M.A. in Global Leadership
M.A. in Christian Education / M.A. in Teaching
M.A. in Christian Education / M.A. in Theological Studies
M.A. in Christian Education / Master of Business Administration
M.A. in Christian Ministry / M.A. in Communication
M.A. in Christian Ministry / M.A. in Global Leadership
M.A. in Christian Ministry / M.A. in Student Ministry
M.A. in Christian Ministry / M.A. in Theological Studies
M.A. in Christian Ministry / M.A. in Worship Leadership
M.A. in Christian Ministry / Master of Business Administration
M.A. in Communication / M.A. in Management
M.A. in Communication / M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction
M.A. in Communication / M.Ed. in Higher Education
M.A. in Communication / M.A. in Worship Leadership
M.A. in Communication / Master of Business Administration
M.A. in Global Leadership / M.A. in Management
M.A. in Global Leadership / M.A. in Student Ministry
M.A. in Global Leadership / M.A. in Teaching
M.A. in Global Leadership / M.A. in Theological Studies
M.A. in Global Leadership / Master of Business Administration
M.A. in Management / M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction
M.A. in Management / M.Ed. in Higher Education
M.A. in Management / M.Ed. in Kinesiology
M.A. in Student Ministry / M.A. in Management
M.A. in Student Ministry / M.A. in Teaching
M.A. in Student Ministry / M.A. in Theological Studies
M.A. in Student Ministry/M.A. in Worship Leadership
M.A. in Student Ministry/M.B.A.
M.A. in Student Ministry/M.Ed. in Higher Education
M.A. in Teaching / M.Ed. in Higher Education
M.A. in Theological Studies / M.A. in Worship Leadership
Master of Business Administration / M.Ed. in Educational Leadership
Master of Business Administration / M.Ed. in Higher Education
M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction / M.Ed. in Educational Leadership
M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction / M.Ed. in Higher Education
M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction / M.Ed. in Reading and English as a Second Language
M.Ed. in Educational Leadership / M.Ed. in Reading and English as a Second Language
M.Ed. in Educational Leadership / M.Ed. in School Counseling
M.Ed. in Educational Leadership / M.Ed. in Special Education
M.Ed. in Higher Education / M.Ed. in Kinesiology
M.Ed. in Reading and English as a Second Language / M.Ed. in Special Education
 

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Lunch is On Us!

Fridays from 12:00pm to 1:00pm

DBU Main Campus

Linam Room (3rd floor) of Collins Learning Center

Have lunch on us and visit with an advisor or faculty member to discuss your exciting career opportunities made possible with the achievement of a graduate degree in business.

We know you are very busy, so all sessions begin promptly at noon and end at 1:00 p.m.  Meet us on DBU's Main Campus - Linam Room which is on the 3rd floor of the Collins Learning Center.

R.S.V.P. 214-333-5280, cobgrad2@dbu.edu, or complete the online form.


Contact the M.A. in Management Program:

214.333.5793

Contact the Graduate School of Business
214.333.5280


Contact the
Office of Graduate Programs :
214.333.5242
or
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