The MSM is best suited for people with who wish to have more influence in their organizations by moving into managerial positions, but who also desire to retain their allegiance to an area of technical expertise, such as MIS.
Why study Management with NJIT?
The MSM program is delivered with special attention for people on the move. Students can complete the degree requirements in two years of part-time study or in one attending full-time. Courses are offered online, during the evenings, and on week-ends, to accommodate the schedules of working professionals.
What classes can I take online to complete the MS-M?
Module I: Core courses
15 credits as follows (no substitutions):
ACCT 615 - Management Accounting (3 credits)
FIN 600 - Corporate Finance I (3 credits)
HRM 601 - Organizational Behavior (3 credits)
MIS 645 - Information Systems Principles (3 credits)
MRKT 620 - Competing in Global Markets (3 credits)
Module II: Areas of Specialization
15 credits (or 5 courses) from one area:
Information Systems Management
Note: One course must be MIS 648
IS 631 - Enterprise Database Management (3 credits)
IS 663 - System Analysis and Design (3 credits)
IS 680 - Information Systems Auditing (3 credits)
IS 681 - Computer Security Auditing (3 credits)
IS 684 - Business Process Innovation (3 credits)
MIS 648 - Decision Support Systems for Managers (3 credits)
What are the admissions requirements?
Applicants to the Master of Science in Management are required to have earned a bachelor's degree or the equivalent and to acheive an acceptable score on the Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT). Foreign students whose native language is not English are required to take the TOEFL.exam.
A Word about the Undergraduate Degree
Applicants to the MSM program come from varied backgrounds. Many hold undergraduate degrees in management or in technical areas such as computer science or engineering while others have degrees in the liberal arts or basic science.
In evaluating applicants to the program, we focus primarily on academic performance at the undergraduate level with less emphasis placed on the discipline in which the degree was earned.
Applicants to the MSM who do not hold an advanced degree (master's or doctorate in any field) from a US or Canada-based accredited program are required to take the GMAT.
Supplemental criteria are optional, but if provided, they are used in admissions decisions. These criteria include up to three letters of recommendation, a personal statement, and an applicant's years and quality of work experience.
Some of our graduate certificates lead into the MS in Management:
Courses in this discipline are kept relevant through frequent reassessment and modification. And because the field is always advancing, NJIT keeps pace by adding new courses regularly.