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Master of Science in Organizational Change and Project Management

(This is a new degree program that is in the process of meeting the conditions of eligibility for accreditation by the ACBSP.)

The Master of Science in Organizational Change and Project Management is a specialized STEM degree emphasizing innovative leadership and decision-making focused on leading organizational change initiatives and large-scale projects. The curriculum and teaching methodologies challenge leaders to develop forward-thinking ideas and strategies to effectively lead organizational change initiatives while winning the hearts and minds of key stakeholders. Students will learn sound project management principles to create, organize, and execute effective project strategies to ensure successful implementations.




BUAD 5303 – Essentials for Business Analysis and Leadership (Must be taken in the first semester)

MANA 5302 - Quantitative Analysis and Modeling for Decision-Making

MANA 5310 - Ethical Leadership

MANA 5333 - Operations and Quality Management

MANA 6314 - Organizational Change and Development

MANA 6358 - Business Negotiation and Conflict Resolution

MANA 6371 - Motivating and Vision-Casting

MSITM 6320 - Agile Project Management

PROJ 5301 - Project Management Foundations

PROJ 6302 - Managing Risk

PROJ 6303 - Project Approaches and Strategy

PROJ 6304 - Planning and Managing Resources Capstone (Must be taken the last semester of the program)



(S-L)=Course(s) with field-based service-learning component. 

Refer to individual course descriptions for course requisites. 


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