M.S. in Management

This one-year program will provide you with the knowledge required to effectively lead people, projects and organizations. You’ll gain crucial business skills that will increase your professional marketability and allow you to excel in today’s business environment.

Our ACBSP-accredited M.S. in Management program has been specifically designed for liberal arts, STEM and other graduates working in a wide range of fields. If you want to take your education and career to the next level, this is the program for you.

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Quick Facts

Program Units
31 (10 courses)

Average Duration
12 months


  • Online and on campus
  • Full-time or part-time course load

Course Availability

  • Year-round in four 11-week terms during evenings


  • Online
  • Thousand Oaks
  • Oxnard
Program Costs


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Market Competitiveness

Uniquely designed to provide a solid foundation in management for advancement in non-traditional business careers, you’ll acquire business knowledge and leadership skills to succeed in a competitive job market.

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Less Time, Lower Cost 

The 10-course program can be completed in just one year, saving you significant time and money. Choose to attend classes online or on campus, with a full or part-time course load for your convenience.

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Gain a Comprehensive Perspective

As a student in the School of Management, you’ll have the advantage of working in a diverse community of your peers, learning from faculty who are experts in their field, and networking with business leaders.

About the School of Management

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The MS in Management program provided me the most flexibility and was a good alternative to the longer MBA program. I liked that I am able continue my education if I wanted to get an MBA but without committing to a longer program at the time.

Roberto Medina
Deputy Director of Supply Chain,