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MS in Organizational Management

MSOM Alumni

Annual MSOM Alumni Gathering

Dr. Niti Pandey Class Meeting

Program Description

The Master of Science in Organizational Management is an applied, skills-based, fully online program, designed for professionals from varied industries and sectors seeking to develop managerial and leadership skills.

The program helps cultivate leadership and strategic mindsets for professionals looking to advance their careers with high demand soft skills needed in every professional environment, including businesses, non-profit organizations, public agencies, and educational institutions.

As a fully online program, students will experience an engaging and interactive environment in every course with the convenience of learning from home to balance work and life commitments. Students will work with distinguished faculty from multiple disciplines as they pursue their skill development.

Join us in this fully online program that offers an exciting curriculum focused on developing strong and sensitive leaders needed for today’s workforce.

  • Students must complete a total of 30 credits of required coursework.

    Graduate Plan of Study

  • Admission to the MSOM program is open on a rolling basis. All applicants must provide evidence of a bachelor’s degree with a minimum 2.7 GPA. Students currently enrolled in a bachelor’s degree seeking program must provide evidence of a pending degree at the time of application. Additionally, application to the program requires a current resume highlighting relevant job experience and contact information for two professional references. All applications will be reviewed by an admissions committee. 

  • Management Disciplinary Knowledge

    Definition: Knowledge and comprehension of the fundamental concepts and processes relevant to managing organizations.

    Learning Objectives: Upon completion of a Master of Science in Organizational Management, students will be able to demonstrate disciplinary knowledge by:

    • Summarizing current organizational concepts and management principles
    • Explaining the social and psychological processes that drive organizational dynamics
    Critical Thinking

    Definition: Analysis and evaluation of complex ideas and information as a basis for formulating well- reasoned, evidence-based judgments and conclusions about organizational issues.

    Learning Objectives: Upon completion of a Master of Science in Organizational Management, students will be able to demonstrate critical thinking skills in solving organizational problems by:

    • Identifying an organizational problem or issue to be addressed
    • Evaluating complex information pertinent to the problem or issue
    • Stating the assumptions and limitations of the information pertinent to the problem or issue
    • Formulating well-reasoned, evidence-based beliefs, judgments and conclusion

    Communication

    Definition: Identify and utilize the most appropriate means to address business audiences with the aim of effectively informing and persuading.

    Learning Objectives: Upon completion of a Master of Science in Organizational Management, students will be able to demonstrate communication by:

    • Explaining the role of mutually beneficial communication relationships between the organization and its stakeholders
    • Using appropriate communication medium (written, oral, or digital) persuasively
    • Demonstrating presentation skills

    Quantitative Literacy

    Definition: Utilize numerical data and quantitative tools to understand and analyze organizational problems and make management decisions.

    Learning Objectives: Upon completion of a Master of Science in Organizational Management, students will be able to demonstrate quantitative literacy by:

    • Explaining statistical quantitative information
    • Understanding evidence from empirical academic research relevant to managing organizations
    • Using empirical data to support organizational decision-making

    Creativity

    Definition: Synthesize ideas and information in original ways to generate innovative organizational solutions.

    Learning Objectives: Upon completion of a Master of Science in Organizational Management, students will be able to demonstrate creativity by:

    • Applying organizational theories and concepts to specific organizational situations
    • Solving organizational problems in new ways

Program Contact

Dr. Sukeshini Grandhi

Email: grandhis@easternct.edu

Phone: 860-465-3791