An Accelerated Program

Enroll in September and complete your degree in less than one year. Join us for an Open House.

Overview 

 

Land Your Ideal Job

This 33-credit-hour program features concentrations in Organizational Analytics or Corporate Communications. You'll enhance your skills in predictive modeling and business data mining or reputation management and global communications.

Specialized Concentrations

 

 

Real World Experiences

Each concentration prepares you to pursue your specific professional goals through real world exposure to current practices, case analysis and consulting opportunities. The program provides a practicum-style experience working with companies such as SAS, Hanes, VF, Trone, IBM and RTI.

Career Support

 

A Unique Partnership 

Enjoy the benefits of a master's degree program featuring a corporate communications concentration that is taught by both business and communications faculty. You'll benefit from this interdisciplinary partnership and graduate with an expanded perspective that will make you marketable across any number of industries. 

Curriculum 

 

An Innovative Graduate Business Program

Elon's new M.S. in Management program is open to students from all undergraduate majors and fits the career needs of both new graduates and working professionals.

• Attend full-time and complete the program in 10 months
• Flexible part-time option for working professionals
• Take classes at Elon University's main campus in Research Triangle Park
• Combines a solid business core and competitive concentrations

 

Take your choice of two high-demand concentrations:

Organizational Analytics
Corporate Communications (in partnership with the School of Communications)

Enroll in September and complete your degree in less than one year.

Organizational Analytics

 

Corporate Communications

 

News

Tolmie publishes paper in International Journal of Business Environment

Research co-authored by the assistant professor of international business examines the influence of corporate social responsibility and consumer ethnocentrism.

Lyons publishes paper in the Journal of Managerial Psychology

Associate Professor of Management Brian Lyons published his paper about the effectiveness of peer reporting policies.

Ajjan presents on return policies at INFORMS conference

Haya Ajjan, associate professor of management information systems, presented at the 2017 INFORMS conference in Houston.

Accounting professors awarded Lean Education Advancement Foundation Scholarship

Paula Weller and Pieter Swanepoel, both of the Department of Accounting, were recognized as scholarship recipients at the Lean Accounting and Manufacturing Summit.

Sigma Iota Epsilon organization inducts new members

The honorary and professional management fraternity inducted more than 30 students.

Elon MBA named nation's #4 'best administered' program

The Princeton Review gives top marks to the MBA program of Elon's Martha and Spencer Love School of Business. 

Moorman receives the 2000 Decennial Award from The Leadership Quarterly

The Frank S. Holt, Jr. Professor of Business Leadership’s article on transformational leadership was cited as the most influential article published by the journal during the 1990s.