Companies are demanding managers who can effectively achieve financial results and effectively manage human resources.
The Accelerated Master of Science in Management and Organizational Behavior (AMMOB) Program at Benedictine University is recognized both locally and nationally as a leader in providing education toward managing of high performance organizations.
The management and organizational behavior program blends a practitioner orientation with a combined academic, theoretical and research focus to provide a relevant and balanced approach to managerial skill development.
The curriculum provides students with a solid foundation in management skills such as strategic planning, change management and human resources. Most of all, it fosters collaborative faculty/student relationships aimed at achieving a common goal: learning to create and sustain excellence in management.
The program is designed around the fact that many students are working professionals and therefore classes are scheduled on weekends to accommodate their needs. One hundred percent of the degree can be completed through weekend course work!
Students need to meet the following requirements to graduate from this program:
Lecture Series - General Information
Lecture Series Weekend
Management Internship Requirements
Independent Study/Management Internship (4 credits)
Each quarter, four credit hours of the program are devoted to field experience. This allows the student to customize the program and research topics of special interest in collaboration with a faculty advisor.
Management Internships are also known as Quarterly Paper Projects.
These internships do not require your involvement in an outside organization. The expectation of this requirement is submission of a paper each quarter (four in total) around a project of your choice.
Some current students choose to contact outside organizations to complete their project, however, it is optional.
Submit Outline to Advisor
Format: Quarterly Paper