The 45 credit MiM curriculum consists of the following components:
- A set of interdisciplinary core courses totaling 26 credits which all students will take. These courses are designed to impart universal management skills reflecting today's best practices. The core courses are:
- Budget and Finance
- Strategic Management
- Practical Research, Analysis, and Decision Making
- Management Information Systems
- Organizational Leadership and Communication
- The Human Resource Environment
- Marketing for Public and Private Organizations
- Legal Issues in Management
- Management Seminar Series
- At least 16 credits in a specialization area defined according to management sector (commercial, government, or nonprofit); discipline (arts, business, government, health, social services); or skill area (marketing, budgeting, personnel management, etc.). Courses that are appropriate to these specialization areas are determined in consultation with the program staff.
- Three credits in a capstone project designed to demonstrate a comprehensive command of the professional competencies learned in the program.
Transfer of credit for graduate study completed prior to entrance in the MiM program is evaluated for acceptance on a case-by-case basis consistent with existing SOU policy.