Management, M.S.

Management, M.S.

The Master's in Management

Masters in Management

Private, public, government, and nonprofit business sectors seek highly skilled management professionals to handle the activities of their business amid a rapidly changing economic environment.

In a highly competitive workforce, ambitious business professionals must develop the type of skills that are relevant to diverse organizations. A master’s in management from Florida Tech combines advanced business skills in accounting, organizational behavior, communications, planning and development, leadership, critical thinking, and human resources to create graduates who are ready to lead in senior-level positions. Areas of specialization include:

  • Acquisition and contract management
  • Human resources management
  • Logistics management
  • Information systems management
  • Transportation management

Curriculum Designed for Today’s Global Business

Florida Tech’s program is built on its reputation as a culturally diverse university offering rigorous curriculum and robust learning experiences. Students earning a master’s in management develop management competencies through the practical application of management theory and tested business and management solutions. Designed to cover the operational and managerial issues facing businesses today, the curriculum integrates content from the Society for Advancement of Management, the Academy of Management, the Nathan M. Bisk College of Business Center for Ethics and Leadership, and the Center for Lifecycle and Innovation Management.

Experienced Faculty

Students in the master’s in management program receive instruction from professors who bring real-world experience to the classroom. The faculty holds doctoral degrees in business, organizational management, leadership, and related fields. Lecture, discussion, and fieldwork through consulting are combined to provide a comprehensive learning experience. Small class sizes allow students to work one-on-one with professors and develop lifelong connections with fellow classmates.

Capstone Project

During their final year of study, students in the master’s in management degree program obtain practical experience working with organizations in need of advanced management expertise. This project takes the place of a traditional research thesis or a comprehensive program examination. Working on complex challenges facing an operating business, students consult in teams and apply the research skills they have acquired and the curriculum they have learned to formulate solutions that address the organization’s needs.

Career Opportunities

Graduates with a master’s in management from Florida Tech are ready for the boardroom. With this degree, graduates will find a wide array of career opportunities in an equally diverse field of industries. Program graduates may qualify for managerial promotion opportunities within their existing job, or may transition from a technical/engineering position to an advanced management position.