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G R A D U AT E P R O G R A M S IN MANAGEMENT

• Master of Science in Management • Graduate Certificate in Management & Leadership • Graduate Certificate in Research Administration


Advance your knowledge of management and expand your career path. Taking the next step in your management career goes beyond just getting a graduate degree or certificate. It’s about putting yourself in the kind of challenging and inspiring graduate program that can empower you to choose the right direction for your career. The U.S. Department of Labor predicts that management and business occupations will grow by more than 2 million in the near future. Opportunities for career advancement are within your reach. Here at Emmanuel College, we equip you with the necessary tools to follow through on taking that next step. When you choose to broaden your career skills with us, be ready to immerse yourself in a program that will not only prepare you for the future, but also challenge you both academically and personally.


This is not your standard classroom experience. We offer relevant and inspiring classroom experiences to help you develop the management skills you need. Small class sizes allow for greater interaction among students and professors. With an average class size of 15 students, you have the ability to engage in lively classroom discussions, share your unique experiences and learn about a variety of professional environments. Every nuance of what it takes to be a manager is embraced in our programs, including leadership styles, organizational theories of behavior, high-performance team development, communication, strategy and the ethical responsibilities of leaders and managers. Our Boston campus is located in the heart of the Longwood Medical and Academic Area, adjacent to some of the most respected health care institutions, for-profit employers and cultural centers in the city. Emmanuel’s proximity to this world-renowned area has allowed the College to form strategic partnerships to enhance the degrees and certificates offered through the Graduate and Professional Programs, including onsite classes with employers such as Blue Cross Blue Shield and Brigham and Women’s Hospital. In addition, we offer convenient suburban campuses in Woburn and Quincy. Each seven-week class meets just once a week, enabling you to fit academics into your professional and personal schedules. Most students can complete the degree program in two to three years. We have rolling admissions and enrollment opportunities multiple times per year, which help to accelerate the completion of your graduate degree or certificate.

Your professors bring real-world business experience. You will learn from those who have worked in the profession and have experienced what they are teaching. Our faculty members bring experience from employers such as Verizon Wireless, Hewlett Packard, Texas Instruments, government agencies and some of the world’s best medical centers. Bringing together current knowledge and theory, they address the ever-changing needs of managers today in ways that go far beyond typical textbook learning. This kind of experience simply can’t be matched at larger schools serving working professionals.

The Emmanuel Difference Emmanuel College is where potential meets career growth and real-world possibility. Our principles of education are rooted in ethical values and social responsibility – we develop professional leaders who make a positive impact in the world. With our decades-long tradition of values-based education, we empower you to become the professional you strive to be: a leader capable of making a positive difference in your chosen field. When you begin the journey to advance your management career, our promise is that we are on the path with you, and we take every step possible to support your goals.


Master of Science in Management (MSM) (11 courses/36 credits)

REQUIRED COURSES MSM 9009

Leadership and Organizational Behavior

MSM 9014

Organizational Development

MSM 9015

Financial Management

“The quality of the work produced in

MSM 9018

Leading Effective Teams

the Capstone Seminar is excellent.

MSM 9019

Negotiation and Conflict Management

Students are able to take everything

MSM 9022

Changing Economies

they have learned and synthesize it into

MSM 9025

Operations Management

a final project. I see how students

MSM 9028

Managing Diversity in Contemporary Organizations

MSM 9029

Management Information Systems

MSM 9034

Strategic Planning and Management

MSM 9038

Capstone Seminar (6 credits)

integrate their learning as they progress from proposal to final product.” – Dr. Maggie Beebe Assistant Professor of Economics

Graduate Certificate in Management & Leadership (MLC) (6 courses/18 credits)

REQUIRED COURSES MSM 9009

Leadership and Organizational Behavior

MSM 9015

Financial Management

MSM 9018

Leading Effective Teams

MSM 9019

Negotiation and Conflict Management

MSM 9028

Managing Diversity in Contemporary Organizations

MSM 9034

Strategic Planning and Management

Upon completion of the Graduate Certificate in Management and Leadership, students have the option of continuing toward a Master of Science in Management (MSM) by successfully completing 18 additional credits at Emmanuel.

Graduate Certificate in Research Administration (RAC) (6 courses/18 credits)

REQUIRED COURSES

“After completing the MSM program,

RAC 9010

Introduction to Research Administration

RAC 9012

Financial Accounting for Sponsored Programs

RAC 9009

Leadership and Organizational Behavior

RAC 9016

Compliance, Regulatory Environments and Legal Issues

thinking, and learned valuable skills

RAC 9018

Financial Management for Sponsored Programs

to apply at work and in life. I

RAC 9020

Contracts

enjoyed all my previous schooling,

Upon completion of the Graduate Certificate in Research Administration, students have the option of continuing toward a Master of Science in Management (MSM) with specialization in Research Administration by successfully completing 18 additional credits at Emmanuel.

I acquired updated business knowledge, honed my critical

but the MSM program was the single best educational experience of my life.” – Eric Pendleton, MSM ‘08 Training and Implementation Consultant Wolters Kluwer Financial Services


A PERSONAL APPROACH TO DEGREE PLANNING Integral to an Emmanuel College education is our advising program. From the moment you start the application process, you’ll work with an enrollment counselor who will guide you through your application and enrollment. Once you enroll, an academic advisor will be assigned to guide you throughout your program of study. Advisors assist students by: • Interpreting academic policies and guidelines and providing examples as appropriate • Providing continuity in monitoring progress • Evaluating transcripts from prior learning for Emmanuel credit • Meeting with students as requested and guiding them as their goals change • Auditing transcripts to determine graduation eligibility and honors

HOW TO APPLY Call today to begin the conversation. Contact an enrollment counselor at 617-735-9700 or gpp@emmanuel.edu to discuss your goals and receive more information. Access our application online at www.emmanuel.edu. Click on “Graduate and Professional Programs” then click on “Apply Now!” To be eligible for admission, candidates must possess a bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited academic institution.

Dean’s Message “At Emmanuel College, we are proud of our position as a leader in the liberal arts and in professional degree programming. With our main campus in the thriving Longwood Medical and Academic Area, campuses

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

around Greater Boston, exceptional teaching and learning resources and

1. Completed application (No GRE or GMAT scores required)

personal career counseling, we offer

2. Official transcript(s) to verify bachelor’s degree with a GPA of 2.5 or above and official transcripts from all regionally accredited academic institutions attended

an experience that simply cannot be

3. Two letters of recommendation

matched. Our certificate and degree programs challenge and inspire our students for career success both

4. Leadership/critical analysis essay

today and tomorrow.”

5. Current résumé

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6. Personal interview with an enrollment counselor

Dr. Judith Marley Dean, Graduate & Professional Programs


400 The Fenway, Boston, Massachusetts 02115 617-735-9700 800-331-3227 617-735-9708 (fax) gpp@emmanuel.edu

www.emmanuel.edu


Graduate Management Degrees and Certificates at Emmanuel College