The MSM curriculum puts it all together and prepares managers who know how to use technology to meet strategic objectives; who have business smarts; and who can meet the growing demand for technology savvy leadership

Curriculum Structure & Content

The MSM curriculum is divided into two modules: the business core and concentration area.The business core comprises one-half (15 credits) of the degree requirements with the remaining 15 credits focusing on the concentration's management knowledge component.

The Business Core: The business core provides the fundamental business knowledge needed to evaluate business models and to assume managerial positions.Coursework includes key functional areas in business: accounting, finance, marketing, information systems, leadership and organizational behavior.

Management Concentration Area: Each student selects a management area with a technical focus for in-depth study. Concentration courses are designed to complement the concepts offered in the 15 credit business core. Current concentration areas include: Business Analytics, Global Project Management, and Web Systems and Media, and Financial Technology (FinTech).


The MSM program blends technical expertise with fundamental management knowledge.

Concentration Areas:

  • Business Analytics

  • Global Project Management

  • Web Systems and Media

  • Financial Technology (FinTech)

MS in Management Curriculum

The Master of Science in Management is a 30 credit program that prepares graduates for managerial roles in organizations. Its emphasis is on melding business fundamentals and technical knowledge within specific areas of concentration including Business Analytics, Global Project Management, and Web Systems and Media, and Financial Technology (FinTech).

Core Courses
ACCT 615Management Accounting3
FIN 600Corporate Finance I3
HRM 601Organizational Behavior3
MIS 645Information Systems Principles3
or IS 677 Information System Principles
MRKT 620Global Marketing Management3
Select 15 credits from one area:15
Global Project Management 1
Managerial Economics
Project Management
Global Project Management
Project Control
Cost Estimating for Capital Projects
Engineering Cost and Production Economics
Supply Chain Engineering
System Analysis and Design
Business Process Innovation
Web Systems and Media
Web Systems Development
User Experience Design
Web Mining
Digital Marketing Strategy
Advanced Professional and Technical Communication
Elements of Visual Design
Advanced Information Design
Business Analytics 2
Introduction to Big Data
Project Management
Global Project Management
Enterprise Database Management
Web Mining
Applied Statistics
Decision Analysis
Data Mining and Analysis
Knowledge Management
Decision Support Systems for Managers
Digital Marketing Strategy
Financial Technology 3
Intro to Topics in Fin Tech
Data Driven Financial Modeling
Adv Financial Data Analytics
Derivatives Markets
Corporate Finance II
Financial Investment Institutions
Data Mining and Analysis
Deep Learning in Business
Total Credits30

One course must be either ECON 610 Managerial Economics or MGMT 641 Global Project Management


One course must be MGMT 630MGMT 635MIS 648, or MRKT 645.


 One course must be FIN 611 and two courses must be FIN 616, FIN 620 or MGMT 735.