San Francisco Bay Area Master of Science (MS) Degree in Management
Are you looking for a management degree program in the San Francisco Bay Area?
The Master of Science in Management (MSM) degree program at Argosy University, San Francisco Bay Area is designed to improve and extend the interpersonal and problem-solving skills necessary for employment in the private, non-profit, and public sectors. The program focuses on situation diagnostics, opportunity and problem evaluation, and implementation of an action plan.
Program Learning Outcomes
Program Outcome One: Communication
1.1 Communication (oral/written) - Communicate information orally and in writing, from a management viewpoint, using appropriate terminology that is concise, clear, organized, supported, and is easily understood by the targeted audience.
Program Outcome Two: Critical Thinking/Problem Solving
2.1 Critical Thinking - Consider, evaluate and incorporate data, concepts, and accepted practices to arrive at a management decision.
2.2 Problem Solving - Given a management situation, diagnose the multiple facets of the situation, determine and evaluate available options, and present a remedial plan that is aligned with the best interest of the organization.
2.3 Information Literacy - Access and comprehend information from a variety of credible sources, synthesize the information, and use the information as a contextual framework to judge the best solution to an organizational goal.
Program Outcome Three: Team
3.1 Leadership - Evaluate managers in assessing team dynamics and motivating team members in achieving team and organizational goals
3.2 Collaboration - Construct and implement the optimal management strategy to achieve organizational goals that reflect the perspectives of stakeholders.
Program Outcome Four: Ethics
4.1 Ethics - Consider from both an historical and a contemporary position the definition and application of ethical behavior. Apply this knowledge to an organizational situation and identify the consequences of pursuing a course of unethical behavior.
Program Outcome Five: Diversity
5.1 Diversity - Identify the potential positive impact of embracing cultural diversity in developing a workforce in the modern enterprise.
Program Outcome Six: Analysis/Application
6.1 Integration - Analyze the interrelationship among various areas of an organization within the context of achieving specific organizational goals.
Program Outcome Seven: Management
7.1 Management - Given an organizational case/scenario, create a plan developing and communicating purpose and vision, motivating people to overcome barriers, and creating the momentum for achieving organizational goals.
Program Outcome Eight: Organizational Constructs
8.1 Organizational Constructs - Given a specific organizational issue, develop a solution and implementation plan to evaluate the functional processes necessary to achieve organizational objectives.
Enhance your career potential by enrolling in the MSM program. You can learn more about specific financial aid programs (available to those who qualify) on our Financial Aid & Scholarships pages, or by contacting us to request more information.