Master of Arts in Management (MAM)

The Master of Arts in Management (MAM) degree is designed for students who seek a comprehensive introduction to the field of management. The degree allows you to gain essential skills in business management and is suited for a variety of clientele.

As part of the Executive Management Program, the MAM degree is designed for experienced managers and professionals who have a minimum of 5 years of senior-level management experience.

The MAM offers the opportunity to develop a broader perspective on management and to update your management knowledge about the more recent advances in the field. The Drucker School's strengths in strategy and leadership are prominently featured as components of the degree.

The Master of Arts in Management requires 32 units of coursework for completion. The core requirements are drawn from those of the Executive MBA, consisting of Accounting, Finance, Marketing, Quantitative Methods, Organizational Behavior, Strategy, and Leadership.

The 10 elective units included in the degree allow the program to be customized to fit the needs of non-profit managers; executives in state, local, and national government; and business


32 Unit Degree

10 Units of Core Courses

6 Units of Leadership Courses

6 Units of Strategy Courses

10 Units of Elective Courses

Up to 8 units of electives can be taken outside of the Executive Management Program


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