The University of Michigan Master of Management Program is another great addition to the specialized masters universe. Just announcing, the Michigan Ross program is one year in length and open to non-business undergraduates with two years or less work experience. This is ideal for recent graduates looking to receive a comprehensive, overall business education at one of the top universities in the country.
The first year cohort is slated to begin in July 2014 with a tuition price tag of $41,000 for state residents / $46,000 for out of state residents. Both the GMAT and GRE are accepted as well. Applicants are limited to two years or less work experience so anyone who is more experience should either look at the Ross MBA or possible a Master in Finance degree at another university.
Students may select from the below list of classes and then add two electives to this list, for a combined 30.75 credit hours. Mixed in with this will be career development and team building skills.
- Principles of Financial Accounting
- Managerial Accounting
- Applied Microeconomics
- Financial Management
Law and Communications
- Persuasive Management
- Legal and Ethical Environment of Business
- Marketing Management
Management and Organizations
- Leading People and Organizations
- Corporate Strategy
- World Economy
Technology and Operations
- Applied Business Statistics
- Operations Management
The application should be available by the end of August with a First Round deadline of November 1st for early admission. As I get more information I will let you know, but this is an exciting development! More to follow.
Here is a link to the University of Michigan Master of Management Program