In this accelerated, 18-month program, students learn to work within different systems—fostering innovative collaboration between dispersed and diverse teams across time zones, cultures, and global organizational networks. In addition to engaging with their peers and professors at select, in-person residential conferences, students learn through our vibrant online community—covering such topics as:
- Global organizational cultures
- Supply chain management dynamics
- Distributed workplace environments and systems
- Virtual collaborative management processes and practices
- Organizational networks and knowledge management systems
Graduates of the M.A. in Management: Specialization in Global Workforce Collaboration program will become part of an extended network of students, faculty, and scholars—creating sustainable solutions that enable global teams to work more efficiently. Prepared to find solutions for organizational challenges, graduates will work with professionals from different cultures, establishing engaging working relationships with team members across the world. This program prepares graduates for careers in management, leadership, or consultation in either nonprofit or for-profit organizations.
More program information can be found in our academic catalog.