Master of Science in Management

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Kick Start Your Career in Business

The Master of Science in Management is a catalyst to a professional career for students with little to no work experience. By combining the foundations of business with practical training and industry connections, the MS in Management prepares students for careers in a broad range of industries or fields. This one-year, 30-credit program includes core business courses that are aligned to the foundational MBA curriculum. Students complete elective credits that reflect their business interests and a three-credit Experienced-Based Learning course. Master of Science in Management students are able to select electives from the full Katz master’s course catalog or they can subscribe to a track of electives in areas identified as in-demand by employers. Students are encouraged to consider a track; however, it is not a requirement. Some tracks include: • Accounting • Business Analysis • Corporate Finance • Human Resource Management • International Business • Digital Marketing • Operations & Supply Chain Management • Process Management • Project Management • Technology, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship
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Curious about the courses you’ll take as a Master of Science in Management student?
View courses and recommended electives.

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Professional Development

Here you’ll find information about pursuing Project Management Insititute (PMI) certification as well as other professional development opportunities.


Today, I seek out classes and opportunities (like the Super Analytics Challenge) to learn and grow in this new area. I feel empowered and proud in a way I wouldn’t have thought possible a few years ago.

Rebecca Farabaugh

MS '22

Katz has the perfect combination of small class sizes that foster a great learning environment while simultaneously having the perks of a larger program like access to working with great companies and professors.

Alexandra Sumkin

MBA '17