This degree is designed for those who wish to advance their career in organizational management while becoming a visionary change-agent leader in the process.
The MA Management Global Workforce Collaboration Specialization is an 18-month lockstep cohort program. It is designed to be completed in four consecutive semesters (no summer break). Students complete 36 credits, a 4-5 day residential conference at the start of the fall and spring semesters, a longer residential conference for the summer semester, and a capstone project. The program has an innovative integrated format that combines theoretical knowledge with practical application.
Successful applicants for this program usually have at least 3-5 years of organizational work experience. Exceptions are considered on a case-by-case basis. Managerial experience and work with teams is a plus.
The application process includes:
- Transcripts from an awarded bachelor degree from a regionally accredited institution of higher education.
- A Statement of Purpose (3-4 double -spaced pages) discussing your professional qualities; why this program is best for your career path; how this degree will enable you to grow as a collaborative manager or team leader; what potential career opportunities this degree will offer you; your commitment to completing a graduate degree at this time; and your ability to study effectively in a distance learning environment.
- A resume.
- Two letters of reference discussing your professional and academic qualifications for doing graduate level studies.
- A personal interview (online or phone) with the program director.