Applications for this program may be submitted now for Spring Term 2, beginning March 2, 2020, or for other Saint Mary's business programs. Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota will no longer be accepting new applications for this program after March 2.
With a Master of Arts in Management from Saint Mary's University of Minnesota, you'll develop the knowledge, perspectives, and skills needed to serve as a leader who promotes effective performance in today's changing business environment.
Unlike a Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.), the M.A. in Management curriculum is intentionally designed to build analytical and interpersonal skills, providing broad exposure to the topics managers most encounter; finance, marketing, project management, communication, human resources, legal issues, and ethics.
As with all Saint Mary's programs, students who enroll in the M.A. in Management program will receive instruction from professors who are leaders in the field and will build a professional network that will support them in their educational journeys and beyond.
Offered at our Twin Cities and Rochester campuses, this program is designed with working, adult learners in mind, with classes available evenings and online.
This program helps professionals develop the knowledge, perspectives, and skills needed to manage organizations for effective performance in a changing environment, providing broad, managerial preparation for leadership positions in private, nonprofit, and public organizations.
For more information and course descriptions, check out our course catalog.
Applicants must submit:
Completed application form
Non-refundable application fee
Official transcripts posting the applicant’s completed bachelor degree
Other relevant official transcripts documenting potential transfer credits
International transcripts must be evaluated by a university-accepted evaluator
A reflective essay which includes a brief description of the applicant’s background, training, and experience, a description of the areas the applicant considers to be their strengths and areas in which the applicant wishes to develop greater strengths and abilities, and any personal information the applicant wishes to share
Two recommendations that verify professional and/or volunteer experience and/or academic ability
A current résumé listing educational background and work experience
Applicants with international transcripts may require an English language proficiency exam.
- Apply By
- Start Date
- Fall Semester Term I
- Fall Semester Term II
- Spring Semester Term I
- Spring Semester Term II
- Summer Semester Term I
- Summer Semester Term II
- Fall Semester Term I
|Tuition:||$510 Per Credit|
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