The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay's Master's of Management program prepares students, many of whom already have extensive business backgrounds, with the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in complex and dynamic organizations. Students who have experienced success in the workplace find that additional education enhances their background and provides new professional opportunities. The program develops leaders who will be prepared to take on new management challenges and make a difference in their workplace and community. Leadership, innovation, strategic thinking and communication are the program's cornerstones. The Master's of Management is created with students' needs in mind. Students have the convenience of small classes and the opportunity to work closely with dedicated faculty. All instructors have doctorate degrees and experience teaching in accredited graduate programs. They also have wide ranging community involvement and professional experience. Convenient scheduling is one of the program's key advantages. Many graduate students work full time and pursue their graduate studies on a part-time basis. Master's of Management courses are offered to accommodate full-time workers and address their real-world needs. To do this, classes are held in the evening or over a series of weekends. While the program is structured to accommodate part-time students, those seeking full-time education are also served.
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
International Student Requirements:
International students must be prepared to demonstrate English proficiency by meeting the standards currently accepted. A full list of acceptable methods is available by contacting the Office of Graduate Studies.