The online Master of Business Administration (MBA)/Master of Science in Management and Organizational Behavior (MSMOB) program combines the quantitative business expertise gained in an MBA with an understanding of human behavior and group interaction offered in our MSMOB program.
Students in the dual degree program must be accepted into both degree programs. You will first complete one degree program in its entirety and then begin courses for the second degree. Upon completion you will earn two diplomas.
Graduates of the dual degree program can complete the dual degree in 26 courses versus the 39 courses it would take to finish each degree individually.
The MBA portion of this dual degree program prepares you to successfully lead organizations through today’s often complex business environment with in-depth coursework in accounting, finance, economics, analytical tools and more. You can also choose one of seven concentrations to focus on an area of particular interest to you:
You have the option of earning a general MBA degree as well.
In the MS portion of the curriculum, coursework emphasizes the “human side” of organizations. Learn how to:
Earning a dual master’s degree will save you time and money and give you double the business credentials to help set you apart in the job market. Plus this degree program will help you learn how to effectively balance the hard skills of business with leadership skills necessary to inspire and motivate your staff.
|2 years of school, 1 degree||2 years of school, 1 degree||3 years of school, 2 degrees|
|Learn general business management skills||Master people management skills||Acquire both business and people skills|
|Fully online program||Online courses with residency experience||Online courses with residency experience|
|16 courses||23 courses||26 courses|
Benedictine’s MS in Management and Organizational Behavior program has been a respected global leader in educating business experts and professionals in the fields of organizational behavior, human resources and organization development for more than five decades.
It is the longest standing and most comprehensive management and organizational behavior program geared toward the working professional in the nation.
As a student in the MSMOB program you have the opportunity to attend the Contemporary Trends in Change Management Lecture Series.
Devoted to addressing state-of-the-art issues in organizational behavior and organization development, this required weekend lecture series has featured a number of top national academicians and consultants, including Peter Block, Robert Blake, Warner Burke, David Cooperrider, Kathy Dannemiller, Peter Senge and Peter Vaill.
Contact us to request more information about this program or call us at (866) 295-3104 to speak with an Admissions Advisor.