M.S. in Management

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Program Overview

The M.S. in Management is a 30-credit program that offers a choice of specialization in either Human Resource Management or Organizational Change Management, combining advanced study in current trends and best practices with a competency-based curriculum. Taught from a leadership perspective, this experiential program prepares graduates to change or advance careers, compete in industry trends, and manage evolving organizational environments. Students who graduate from the M.S. in Management program are equipped to succeed and lead in a variety of career opportunities in corporate, government, non-profit, and private organizations.

Current SEU undergraduates (of any major) may streamline their entry into the M.S. in Management program by taking advantage of the Combined Degree Program. It is open to SEU undergraduates who meet the academic criteria, and no GRE or GMAT exam is required. Undergraduate students may take up to three graduate courses which count as general electives, which may enable them (upon completion of their undergraduate degree) to complete their master's degree in less than 12-15 months.

Please see the academic catalog for details.

Unique Elements of This Program

  • Choice of online or traditional track
  • Choice of specialization in Organizational Change Management or Human Resource Management
  • Cost-saving "Combined Degree" option for SEU undergraduates
  • Small classes, individual attention from highly-credentialed faculty, and real-world applications of academic concepts

How You Will Benefit

The goals of the program are to prepare graduate students to:

  • Manage and provide leadership in a changing global environment
  • Maximize use of analytics and other emerging technology to facilitate individual and team decision-making
  • Utilize external and ethical factors to inform management decisions
  • Lead organizational change through professional competence and skills

Admission Requirements

  • Completed application
  • Official Transcripts
  • Current Resume
  • 2 Letters of Recommendation
  • 500-word Personal Statement (1-2 pages)

    *Unofficial transcripts, resume, letters of recommendation and essay can be submitted as part of the online application.

For International Students:

  • Official transcripts from all post-secondary institutions. International transcripts must be evaluated by NACES (i.e. WES) on a course by course basis.
  • TOEFL/IELTS (if necessary)


For additional program information, contact:

Regina Riccioni, Ed.D.
Chair, Department of Business and Health Administration
(973) 290-4271


For admission information, contact:

Marie Goodman

Assistant Director of Graduate Admissions
Graduate and Continuing Studies
(973) 290-4605