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If you aspire to a career in international business, a Master of Global Management will prepare you with all the skills necessary to be a knowledgeable, respected, and successful manager. Through a series of relevant on-site or online Master of Global Management courses, you’ll learn effective decision-making skills that will help you advance in your business management career, especially if you are moving from a more technical field. You’ll learn how to define business problems, use program concepts to frame analysis, gather information to drive conclusions from your analysis, and make recommendations for actions to take to improve situations.
In the program, you’ll learn to integrate principles of management such as organizational behavior, communication, and motivation, and understand the impact that cultural similarities and differences can have on interpersonal and intergroup dynamics.
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Program Learning Outcomes
- Define problems, use program concepts to frame analysis, generate conclusions from analysis, and make recommendations for positive action.
- Select the most effective managerial alternative after considering the influences of principles of organizational behavior, communication, and motivation.
- Anticipate the impact of cultural similarities and differences on interpersonal and intergroup dynamics.
- Predict forces impacting an organization that arise from global origins.
- Choose the most appropriate action to solve managerial challenges through the application of the steps of planning, organizing, and controlling.
- Recognize ethical dilemmas and make appropriate managerial choices in a context of organizational social responsibility. Design medium-to-large data warehouses
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To that end, we’ve simplified and streamlined our application process, so you can get enrolled in your program right away. Because we accept and review applications year round, you can begin class as soon as next month, depending on your program and location of choice.
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We’re proud to be a veteran-founded, San Diego-based nonprofit. Since 1971, our mission has been to provide accessible, achievable higher education to adult learners. Today, we educate students from across the U.S. and around the globe, with over 185,000 alumni worldwide.
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-Francisco R., Class of 2016
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