Why M. S. in Management?

The market for graduate business education is changing. Applicants are younger and demand more specialized training. Elon’s M.S. in Management program is specifically designed to meet those changes. Unlike MBA programs, which traditionally require several years of work experience, we seek applicants right out of their undergraduate programs. Then, we combine a core of business essentials with high demand concentrations in organizational analytics and corporate communications. The Elon M.S. in Management program provides highly desired skills that open doors of employment opportunity and give our graduates tremendous flexibility in their careers.

 

M.S. in Management

MBA

Features

Combines business fundamentals with intense, specialized skills designed for management of a technical area Solid, broad-based background in core business principles designed  for organizational leadership and strategic management

Concentration

15 credit hours of selected concentration 9 credit hours of optional elective focus

Professional Experience

No previous work experience required 2+ years of professional work experience

Enrollment Date

September September & March

Program Length

10 month, 33 credit hours
Part-time and Full-time options

2-3 years 39, credit hours
Part-time, flexible

Class Schedule

Monday through Thursday (evenings only) Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday (evenings only)

Study Abroad

  Winter and Spring options

Cost

$878/credit hour $878/credit hour

 

A look at the differences between the M.A. in Interactive Media
and the M.S. in Management- Corporate Communications.

 M.A. in Interactive MediaM.S. in Management 
(Corporate Communications
)
Features The M.A. in Interactive Media degree prepares students to think strategically across media platforms; plan and create interactive media content consisting of text, images, sounds, video and graphics; and manage information for interactive news, entertainment and persuasive communications. The M.S. in Management degree prepares students to develop and manage strategic corporate communication programs, maintain mutually beneficial relationships with an organization’s publics, help manage an organization’s reputation, and counsel management on corporate communications issues.
Program Length 10 months, 36 credit hours
Full-time
10 months, 33 credit hours
Part-time and Full-time options

Cost

$36,081 (Includes study abroad and software package), Merit-based scholarships ranging from $4,000 - 12,000 $33,228 (or $28,116 if student places out of foundation courses in finance and accounting)
Class Schedule Monday through Friday
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Monday through Thursday
6 - 9 p.m.
Jobs/Titles Web Designer, Social Media Manager, Digital Marketing Strategist, User Interface Designer Account Executive, Project Manager, Social Media Director, Director of Employee Communications
Sample Courses Interactive Media Strategies, Multimedia Storytelling, SEO, Analytics and Social Media Organizational Communications, Reputation Management, Global and Intercultural Communications
Degree Awarded Master of Arts Master of Science