Dual Degree

Students who begin in either the M.S. in Management or the M.S. Organizational Leadership program in 2013 or later, may be eligible to participate in the dual degree program. Upon completion of an additional 18 credit hours (54 credit hours total), students who enter the program may be eligible to receive both the M.S. in Management and the M.S. in Organizational Leadership degrees.  Students must enter the Dual Degree program prior to conferral of their first degree.

For students who initially enrolled in the M.S. in Management program, the following additional courses are required for a dual degree:

Practitioner Track:

  • ORG555: Leading Diverse Teams
  • ORG525: Decision Theory in a Global Marketplace
  • ORG536: Contemporary Business Writing & Communication
  • ORG561: Examination of Modern Leadership
  • ORG576: Qualitative and Quantitative Research Methods
  • ORG579: Capstone - Organizational Leadership

Research Track:

  • ORG555: Leading Diverse Teams
  • ORG525: Decision Theory in a Global Marketplace
  • ORG536: Contemporary Business Writing & Communication
  • ORG561: Examination of Modern Leadership
  • ORG575: Critical Evaluation of Research and Theory 
  • ORG581: Organizational Leadership: Strategy and Execution

For students who initially enrolled in the M.S. in Organizational Leadership program, the following additional courses are required for a dual degree:

Practitioner Track:

  • ACT500*: Managerial Accounting
  • ECN500: Global Economics
  • FIN500: Principles of Finance
  • MGT545: Strategic Planning and Innovation
  • MGT576:  Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis and Decision Making
  • MGT579: Capstone - Management 

*Students with a background in accounting may substitute HRM515.

Research Track:

  • ACT500*: Managerial Accounting
  • ECN500: Global Economics
  • FIN500: Principles of Finance
  • MGT545: Strategic Planning and Innovation
  • MGT575: Critical Evaluation of Research and Theory
  • MGT581: Management: Strategy and Execution

*Students with a background in accounting may substitute HRM515.