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Online Master of Arts in Management Degree

Today's business leader faces challenges: Globalization. Changing labor laws. Digital transformation. Whether you work for a startup, small or large business; in the public or private sector, our online Master of Arts in Management degree program is designed to help you not only meet these challenges, but embrace them.

Our program, with a special emphasis in leadership, is designed for business professionals who already have a Bachelor's degree and aspire to advance in their field.

How does the program work?

  • Convenient, online courses. All coursework is offered in an accommodating online format using our cutting-edge online learning platform.
  • Classes, with impact. In our curriculum, you’ll explore the latest theories and best business practices in communication, motivation, problem solving and critical thinking; among other topics.
  • Non-thesis option. There are two capstone options to complete the program — either defend a graduate thesis, or take an extra course in an are you’d like to improve. You decide!
  • Caring, veteran faculty members. Who says an online degree can’t be personal? Our instructors have decades of teaching and professional experience, and they’ll be with you at every step — never more than an email, phone call or video chat away.

Transfer credits.

Our program allows transfer of up to nine credit hours of graduate course work from another accredited institution (if they have been completed within the past five years). Too see how your credits stack up, contact an advisor.

Choose a different track.

Prefer a different degree emphasis? Briar Cliff also offers MAM tracks in Health Care AdministrationHuman Resource Management or Sports Management.

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Class Format

Online courses

Next Start Date

Jan. 23, 2017
Aug. 21, 2017

Tuition Cost

$370/credit

Completion

35 credit hours

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