Master of Management

About Program

The Master of Management is both a generalist and a specialist program: core management courses drive long-term career progression, while specializations help our students to launch their careers. 

Specializations include the classical business functions, for example Finance and Marketing, but also other topics such as sustainability and project management.

The Master of Management is a very good choice for you if you.

  • Strengthen your ability to live and work in a highly multicultural and international environment.
  • Gain a strong foundation in all functional areas of management.
  • Gain a strong foundation in all functional areas of management.
  • Create your career plan through specializations and in-company experience.

The demand for managers is huge. Companies have a considerable need for experts who can implement sophisticated project plans and master the handling of complex projects.

Program Learning Outcomes

Upon graduation from the Master of Management, students will learn to:

  • Evaluate management practices within a global context.
  • Evaluate financial and economical strategic planning models within organizations.
  • Analyze human capital productivity data associated with business development, growth and sustainability.
  • Apply key skills to plan, allocate and manage human and material resources within a global environment.
  • Apply ethical, legal, and data-informed decision making in management policies, procedures and business recommendations.
  • Apply knowledge and application of appropriate business management theories, models and tools for solving complex global business problems.
  • Analyze leadership strategies within a variety of business models.
  • Demonstrate written and oral communication skills targeting business related purposes and audiences.
  • Evaluate the implications of change and its impact on diverse stakeholders within the organization.
  • Students will know the relationship of the project and the host of the project. Students will also be expected to use matrix organizational structures and show what to do when project management has limited power on a project. Graduates will also be able to understand the links to project issues such as decision making, roles, and motivations.
  • Each graduate will also have a good understanding of the ethical norms of the project operation. Students will be able to take a case study and show ethical issues while offering the correct standard of acceptable practices. They will know what actions to take if such issues are involved to include whistleblowing and decision making.


Teaching Methodology

The concepts of the following courses will be delivered using a combination of online lectures, discussions, and dialogue around cases. A case is a comprehensive exposition of real managerial cases describing a set of problems and requiring a plan of action. The case method provides a pragmatic framework for the learning process. Its success depends heavily on student preparation and active interaction in class discussions.

The main material and reference for each course will be the suggested textbooks and related materials. Lecture notes and slides are additional resources that are prepared by the professor.

Degree Requirements

To earn a master’s degree in Management, the student must complete a minimum of 32 credit hours of credit towards graduation. It is the student’s responsibility to be aware of current requirements and to frequently consult with your advisor about your progress toward completing them.



Credit Hours

1st Semester


PMG506 Advanced Project Management

4 Hours

MGM510 Risk Management

3 Hours

MGM603 Managing People and Organizations

3 Hours

2nd Semester


MGM506 International Business Management

4 Hours

MGM611 Financial Accounting

3 Hours

MGM612 Marketing Management

3 Hours

MGM630 Strategic and Operational Management

3 Hours

3rd Semester


MGM660 Supply Chain Management

3 Hours

PMG671 Leadership and Organizational Behavior

3 Hours

MGM697 Final Project

3 Hours

$720 for each term.

In cooperation with MIDOCEAN University