Academics

Learning Objectives

Students in the Master of Arts in Management program:

Personal Skills

MA in Management graduates:

1) Set their own goals for improvement in their Self-Awareness (knowing one’s internal states, preferences, resources, and intuitions) and assess progress toward those goals.

2) Set their own goals for improvement in their Self-Management skills (managing one’s internal states, impulses, and resources) and assess progress toward those goals.

People Management Skills

MA in Management graduates:

3) Set their own goals for improvement in Social Awareness (awareness of others’ feelings, needs, and concerns) and assess progress toward those goals.

4) Set their own goals for improvement of Social Skills (adeptness at inducing desirable responses in others) and assess progress toward those goals.

Management Knowledge

MA in Management graduates:

5) Use their knowledge in seven management disciplines to assess management issues in target organizations and make convincing recommendations based on the application of theory to practice. Analytic Skills

Analytic Skills

Graduates of the MA in Management program:

6) Recognize and solve ethical problems;

7) Identify and synthesize critical features of an issue or set of issues and write a well-defined, specific, and insightful statement that incorporates evidence in a reasonable and persuasive manner;

8) Make effective oral presentations.

Career Specific Skills

Graduates of the MA in Management program:

9) Depending on their career goals, engage in self-directed learning in order to improve competencies that they choose related to their own career goals.

 


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