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Master of Science in Management


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Degree: Master of Science in Management
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Exciting opportunities abound for those who have the unique combination of technical knowledge and management skill

If you're ready to take your career to greater heights, Embry-Riddle's Master of Science in Management (MSM) is designed to prepare you for success. Through this dynamic program, you'll gain practical skills, personal satisfaction, and career momentum, helping you achieve the financial and creative rewards that accompany a move into management.

Learn it in class tonight. Apply it at work tomorrow.

MSM graduates are leaders in their organizations, handling day-to-day planning, managing employees, and directing important projects. With a greater emphasis on operations than a traditional MBA, the MSM from Embry-Riddle gives you the practical knowledge that will help you move ahead of your peers.

As part of the course requirements for the MSM, candidates choose from one of two areas of specializations, tailored to your background and interests:

  • Technical Management
  • General Management

MSM degree candidates know that an advanced education is the key to achieving their goals in business. More important, they know that with Embry-Riddle, the world leader in aviation and aerospace education, the sky is the limit.

All MSM students gain practical business skills such as:

  • Quantitative analytical skills - using numbers to make decisions
  • Quality management concepts
  • Knowledge of ethical and regulatory requirements
  • An understanding of organizational structure, and how structure matches purpose
  • A grasp of the theory and practice of good communication skills
  • Familiarity with formulating and managing budgets
  • Research and problem-solving skills

Career Areas

  • Administration
  • Airport Management
  • Business Operations
  • Corporate Training
  • Flight Operations
  • Ground Support Services
  • Human Resources
  • Logistics
  • Management
  • Operations
  • Procurement
  • Program/Project Management
  • Sales and Marketing Management
  • Six Sigma/Lean Manufacturing


  • Aerospace Industry
  • Air Services
  • Aircraft Manufacturers
  • Airlines
  • Airports
  • Computer/Software Industry
  • Corporate Flight Departments
  • Defense Contractors
  • Fixed Base Operators
  • Government Agencies
  • Helicopter Manufacturers
  • Manufacturing Industry
  • Military
  • Multinational Corporations
  • Transportation Industry
Degree Requirements
Management Core
MGMT 524Management Science3
MGMT 532Philosophy, Principles, and Practices in Management of Quality3
MGMT 533Federal Regulations, Ethics and the Legal System3
MGMT 535Theory and Application of Managerial Communications3
MBAA 517Managerial Accounting for Decision Making3
TMGT 555Applied Regression Analysis3
TMGT 661Project Development Techniques3
MGMT 690Graduate Capstone Project3
Core Credits24
Specialization Credits12
Total Degree Requirements36


Choose one of the two specializations.
Students wishing to complete multiple specializations must have "unduplicated" credit in each of the specializations.

  • General Management
  • Technical Management

Specialization 1
General Management
MBAA 514Strategic Marketing Management in Aviation3
MGMT 671Entrepreneurship and Leadership3
MGMT 672Planning and Execution of Strategy3
MGMT 673Global Economic Analysis3

Specialization 2
Technical Management
MBAA 521Global Information and Technology Management3
MGMT 651Production and Procurement in the Aviation and Aerospace Industry3
MGMT 652Concepts and Practices of Project Management3
TMGT 605Organizational Theory in a Technical Environment3

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