Master of Science in Management (MSM)

Dean: Dr. Kenny Holt

Graduate Program Coordinator, Business: Mr. Jerry Williams

(478) 471-2724, office

(478) 471-2802, FAX

(800) 272-7619, toll-free

School of Business

Middle Georgia State University

100 University Parkway

Macon, Georgia 31206

School of Business Mission

The Mission of the School of Business is to provide high quality undergraduate and graduate business programs targeted primarily to meet Central Georgia workforce needs. The School focuses on effective teaching and student learning for a diverse student population. Faculty engagement in scholarly activities, especially applied and pedagogical research, enhances classroom instruction. Faculty provide professional services to the community and their disciplines.

Core Values

  • Continuous improvement - We are committed to continuous improvement.
  • Curriculum - We offer a dynamic curriculum blending theory with practice.
  • Diversity - We value the diversity of the Middle Georgia State University community.
  • Integrity - We share a strong commitment to honesty, fairness and high ethical standards.
  • Partnership - We are committed to building mutually beneficial relationships with key stakeholders.
  • Access - We provide access to opportunities for our students.

Master of Science in Management Program Mission

The Master of Science in Management (MSM) is designed for students with business or engineering backgrounds who have moved or plan to move into a middle- to upper-level management position.

Program Format and Degree Requirements (MSM)

The 31 credit hour program is composed of an 18 – 21 hour core and four possible areas of concentration: Accounting, Program Management, Supply Chain Management, and General Management. It will be delivered primarily in a face-to-face classroom environment supplemented by classroom and class delivery technologies. While the program can accommodate almost anyone with an accredited undergraduate degree who would like to advance his or her career to middle an upper level management positions, there are features of the program that members of the following communities will find appealing:

Robins AFB Civilians and Military/Department of Defense Contractors

  • Evening classes scheduled at our Warner Robins Campus
  • Up to six hours credit awarded for qualifying Defense Acquisition University courses

Current School of Business Students

  • Students in their final semester of the BS program may enroll in MSM courses

Accounting Students

  • Meet 150 hour requirement for CPA examination
  • Reduced core classes; more accounting classes to help students prepare for the CPA exam