Master of Management Program Overview
UC Merced's 12-month Master of Management (MM) program, facilitated by Management of Innovation, Sustainability and Technology (MIST) faculty, equips recent graduates with advanced managerial insights, preparing them for roles in both private and public sectors.
The curriculum integrates knowledge from fields like business, engineering, and data analytics, with an emphasis on challenges unique to the San Joaquin Valley.
Developed in collaboration with local employers, the program focuses on real-world case studies and team projects, promoting discussion, presentations, and leadership. It aims to address the dual goals of business profitability and environmental responsibility.
MIST 201: Leadership, Organizations, and Communications
MIST 202: Managerial Finance and Accounting
MIST 203: Quantitative Tools for Management
MIST 204: Spatial Analytics
MIST 205: Technology-Enabled Service
MIST 206: Entrepreneurship and Innovation
MIST 207: Project and Operations Management
MIST 208: Law, Policy, and Risk Management
MIST 210: Integrated Capstone Project
MIST 211: Strategy: Regional and Global Perspectives
Enrolled students take 10 courses total in one year:
- Four courses in the fall
- Four courses in spring
- Two courses in summer including an integrative capstone experience
Total Required Credits = 38
Unlock Business Leadership With UC Merced's Master of Management
Considering a master's in management and leadership? The Gallo School of Management at UC Merced provides an MM program designed to enhance your business acumen and leadership capabilities.
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