Master of Science in Administration General Administration Graduate Certificate
Degree objective: The interdisciplinary Master of Science in Administration (MSA) Program is designed for students pursuing administrative careers. The program offers insight into human and organizational relationships; develops skills in oral and written communication; enhances the capacity for sound analytical judgment; and encourages the ability to see the "big picture" as it relates to an organization and its environment. Course work focuses on applied action grounded in theory and embraces the fundamental educational principles applicable to administrative issues in the private, public, and nonprofit sectors, and stresses the ethical responsibilities of administrators. Concentration objective: Designed to serve the needs of a very heterogeneous group of students through offering a program of study with moderate structure applicable to a wide variety of administrative settings.
 
 
Graduate Certificate Requirements
 
15 credits
BIS 601
Management Information Systems
3
CED 555
Human Relations Skills
3
COM 560
Communication and Social/Organizational Change
3
COM 561
Communication in Conflict Management
3
COM 665
Seminar in Communication and Negotiation in Employee Relations
3
COM 667
Seminar in Intercultural Communication
3
CPS 603
Computer Information System
3
EDL 610
Grants and Fund Procurement
3
ECO 515
Collective Bargaining and Labor Law OR
3
MGT 646
Labor Relations Issues
3
FIN 573
International Finance
3
IET 500
Production Concepts
3
IET 524
Technology and Environment
3
JRN 670
Public Relations Management
3
MGT 643
Personnel Management
3
MGT 667
International Business
3
MKT 555
Market and Sales Forecasting
3
MKT 560
International Marketing
3
​MSA 501 ​Managing Change with Emotional Intelligence ​3
​MSA 510 ​Global Leadership Perspectives ​3
​MSA 634 ​Managerial Accounting Concepts ​3
​MSA 640 ​Quantitative Applications in Decision Making ​3
​MSA 660 ​Marketing Administration ​3
PHL 518
Professional Ethics
3
PSC 514
American Public Policy Making
3
PSC 522
Regulatory Processes and Administrative Law
3
PSC 555
International Law I
3
PSC 711
Public Personnel Administration Practice
3
PSC 774
Strategic Planning for Public/Non-Profit Organizations
3
PSC 785
Strategic Leadership
3
PSY 535
Organizational Psychology
3
SOC 512
Industrial Sociology
3

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