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Master of Science in Management

Management MS

Power Your Leadership Potential

The Master of Science in Management program is designed to prepare effective leaders and decision makers for the region's businesses, nonprofit organizations and government agencies. The program can be completed in 18 months and has a core set of courses that provides students with a strong foundation for effective decision-making.

The 31-credit curriculum consists of six required courses (18 credits) and then a choice between two tracks. A four-credit, hands-on professional project is the capstone of the program's academic experience for both tracks. 

Track A: Analytics for Accountants

Track A is especially suited for accounting undergraduate students with a focus on the quantitative and analytical aspects of business. 

Track B: General 

Track B is a general management track better suited for students without a business background. 

Convenient scheduling is one of the program's key advantages. Master's of Management courses are offered to accommodate full-time workers and address their real-world needs.

A Program That Meets YOUR Needs!

  • Small classes
  • Convenient class times
  • Tailored to your career interests
  • Expert faculty dedicated to your success

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UW-Green Bay offers a wide array of graduate programs taught by faculty with exceptional research and professional experience at an affordable price.

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Meet Vallari Chandna

Vallari Chandna is an Associate Professor of Management, the Chair for the Marketing and Management Department and the Chair of the Master's of Management Program for the Austin E. Cofrin School of Business at UW-Green Bay. Her current research interests are in strategy and entrepreneurship including virtual entrepreneurship, new organizational forms (temporary organizations), degrowth, sustainability, individual and organizational issues in start-ups, and inter-organizational relationships. Dr. Chandna’s work has been published in Journal of Business Research, Technovation, International Journal of Sustainable Entrepreneurship and Corporate Social Responsibility, Journal of Business Strategies and Management Decision among others. She has also authored book chapters, proceedings, posters etc. Dr. Chandna has presented her research at many regional, national and international conferences including the Academy of Management Annual Conference (AOM), Southern Management Association Conference (SMA), the International Conference on Entrepreneurship & Family Business (ICEFB), Southwest Academy of Management Conference (SWAM), the European Group for Organizational Studies Colloquium (EGOS), Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference (BCERC) and the Sustainability, Ethics and Entrepreneurship Conference (SEE) among others.

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