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Master of Science (MS) in Management, Argosy University - Seattle Campus

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Management Master of Science | Argosy University, Seattle Our Seattle master's degree in management challenges students to identify the positive impact of embracing cultural diversity in developing a modern workforce. https://www.argosy.edu/locations/seattle/graduate-school-of-business-and-management-2/master-of-science-in-management

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The Master of Science in Management (MSM) degree program at Argosy University, Seattle 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.

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