The Organizational Management (OM) program prepares students for responsible organizational leadership. Faculty encourage students to think deeply and broadly from a systems view point about the roles, functions and tasks of a manager and to develop and use a variety of management skills and prescriptions in organizational environments. The program stresses not only management theory, but the application of that theory in various managerial situations.
- Low tuition - Alumni discount available
- Designed specifically for adult learners and busy professionals – high level of customer service
- Classes offered in the evening and online
- Financial aid and Tuition Deferment plan available
- Small class sizes
- Complete the OM program in as little as 2 1/2 years or less, part time
- Start classes in Fall, Spring, or Summer
- Easy application process - NO letters of recommendation or GRE/GMAT required!
Human Resource Management
In addition to the face-to-face evening program, a fully online program is available for the following specializations:
- Health Care Management
- Human Resources Management
The program consists of thirty-six (36) credit hours of study which can be completed on a part-time basis. Students must complete a core curriculum of twenty-four (24) credits and a specialization area of twelve (12) credits.
Misericordia University's Master of Science degree in Organizational Management (OM) educates individuals for successful careers as managers in for-profit and not-for-profit organizations in both private and public spheres.
The program reflects a management perspective which assumes that the professional manager is able to analyze problems, synthesize solutions, communicate decisions and understand the organizational impact of those decisions.
For information regarding the Admissions process, please contact Karen Cefalo, Assistant Director of Admissions, at 570-674-8094, toll free at 1-866-262-6363; or by e-mail.
For specific questions related to eligibility, contact Corina N. Slaff, Ph.D., Director of Business Graduate Programs, at 570-674-8022 or by e-mail at.