FAST FACTS: M.A. in Management
*This tuition rate is in effect for the 2014-2015 academic year and is subject to change in subsequent years. Total program cost and completion time varies depending on each person's transfer credits and individualized program plan.
The most important job of a manager is getting the best out of your employees. Our Master of Arts in Management program focuses on teaching students essential behavioral management skills necessary to do this. In particular, this program focuses on successfully guiding organizational change from within.
Founded in 1986, the program has produced more than 600 graduates who have taken roles as corporate leaders and managers in private corporations, nonprofits, healthcare, government, education, engineering and small business entrepreneurship.
Graduates of this program are skilled at identifying and analyzing organizational problems, developing innovative solutions, and making correct, ethical decisions at critical times. The program's primary areas of study include:
The M.A. in Management program is offered in an accelerated format at the following locations.
"With every class, I found takeaways I could apply to leading the city. I am convinced that having the degree and experience from CSS will present new opportunities for me."
– Duluth Mayor Don Ness, MAM '14
"I have a high degree of respect for the professors at Scholastica. Everyone was very approachable and had our best interests at heart. Their background, experiences and expertise was great! They taught me to think critically, ask questions and how to deal with a variety of corporate challenges in an effective way."
– Marisa Krueger, Director, National Broker and Consultant Relations team, UnitedHealthcare
"Of the three colleges I’ve attended, none gave me the valuable knowledge and experiences that CSS did. Everyone was so invested in seeing me succeed – taking a personal interest in my studies, work and personal life."
– Dustin Goslin, Vice President of Hotel / Retail / Resorts, Grand Casino Mille Lacs, MAM '10