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Online Master of Science in Management and Organizational Behavior Curriculum
The online Master of Science in Management and Organizational Behavior curriculum at Benedictine University provides you with the breadth and depth of knowledge to lead effectively in a company or organization. You will gain a solid foundation and comprehensive understanding of issues in strategic planning, labor relations, managerial accounting, information management, global interdependence, workforce diversity, change management, and ethical leadership. You will learn from professors and top national academicians who are experts in their field and teach from their own experience in organizational behavior and organization development.
The organizational behavior degree and training at Benedictine will provide you with excellent academic preparation to lead organizations and manage change in a rapidly evolving, global business environment.
To earn the Master of Science in Management and Organizational Behavior (MSMOB), students are required to complete 64 credit-hours as described below.
Foundation Course (34 Credits)
MSA 6500 Financial Accounting (3 Credits)
Explore the preparation, interpretation, and analysis of the balance sheet, income statement, and cash flows. You will examine the rationale for and implications of important accounting concepts, the selection of alternatively acceptable accounting methods, and their varying effects of valuation and net income determination and reporting. You'll gain an understanding of the many analytical tools utilized to explore complex accounting information in your role as a vital manager or executive in a global organization.
MGMT 6521 Career & Human Resource Planning (2 Credits)
Students gain mastery in the theory and research used in career and manpower planning, including techniques of career planning and individual organization.
MGMT 6522 Ethics & Social Responsibility Management (2 Credits)
Coursework focuses on ethical theories and the need for social responsibility in business and other organizations.
MGMT 5530 Organizational Behavior (4 Credits)
In MGMT 5530 Organizational Behavior, you will examine how organizations motivate individuals and teams to succeed while overcoming conflicts and change. Once completed, you will be able to outline organizational behavior trends, discuss ethical issues, and identify strategies to improve employee motivations through job design.
MBA 5541 Analytical Tools for Management Decisions (4 Credits)
This course prepares students to be more effective users of quantitative information as well as to avoid potential pitfalls from the misuse of statistical methods. Coursework emphasizes understanding what a previously obtained data set implies and, if appropriate, to develop meaningful forecasts with a reasonable sense of confidence. Specific topics include data analysis and statistical description, sampling and statistical inference, time series and regression analysis.
MGMT 6591 Contemporary Trends in Change Management (Lecture Series) (1 Credits)
Lectures with exceptional guest speakers addressing topics relevant to the program will be offered on-campus every spring and fall. Students must attend two one day events, or one two day event to meet the 2-credit Lecture Series requirement.
MGMT 6612 Methods of Organizational Research (4 Credits)
The focus of this course is on learning alternative methods of research design for organizational studies. The emphasis is on academic and practitioner research issues and skill-building in the logic and practice of organizational research. Topics include qualitative and quantitative research design, data collection, analysis and report writing.
MGMT 6634 Strategy, Structure, Decision Making (4 Credits)
Students explore the role of management in the development of organizational strategy, decision-making processes, and development of appropriate organizational structure and control systems.
MBA 6671 Strategic Management (4 Credits)
In MBA 6671 Strategic Management, you will discuss through theory and cases how to best utilize management, accounting, finance, and marketing techniques to integrate the disciplines and techniques learned in previous required courses.
MBA 6669 Project Management (4 Credits)
The class is an examination of the art and science of project management as applied to a variety of business and technology settings.
MGMT 6691 Advanced Topics in Organization Development (Lecture Series) (1 Credits)
Lectures with exceptional guest speakers addressing topics relevant to the program will be offered on-campus and/or online periodically throughout the program. Students must attend two of these lectures to meet the 2-credit Lecture Series requirement.