Published: Oct. 31, 2013

MSU offers online master’s in management, strategy and leadership

Contact(s): Sandy Cameron Broad College of Business office: (517) 432-9176 cameron@bus.msu.edu

Michigan State University’s Broad College of Business has launched a master's of science in management, strategy and leadership, available exclusively online.

The newly designed degree teaches students how to become transformational leaders – from motivating individuals and mobilizing teams to making strategic decisions and implementing long-term plans. Enrollment is in progress, and classes start Jan. 6.

“Our internationally recognized faculty have designed this program to help students become more effective communicators, managers, leaders and decision makers,” said Robert Wiseman, the Eli Broad Legacy Fellow of Management. “Unlike an MBA, which focuses on core disciplines such as accounting, marketing, finance, and operations, this degree hones in on the knowledge and skills necessary to lead and motivate people, improve a company’s competitive position and create and execute organizational change.”

This new degree is the first the Broad College of Business has offered entirely online. Its 15 five-week courses can be completed in as little as 20 months. For more information, visit msuonline.com.

"This degree hones in on the knowledge and skills necessary to lead and motivate people, improve a company’s competitive position and create and execute organizational change," says Robert Wiseman, the Eli Broad Legacy Fellow of Management at Michigan State University.

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