Master in Management Program By Fox School of Business and Management |Top Universities

Fox School of Business and Management

Fox School of Business, Philadelphia, United States
  • Degree MM
  • Study Level Masters
  • Study Mode On Campus
  • Course Intensity Full Time
  • Scholarships Yes
  • Start date Aug

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Designed for recent college graduates and ideal for those with non-business degrees, the one-year Fox Master in Management delivers a comprehensive introduction to the world of business. In this 30-credit master’s program, students will build on the critical thinking and analytical skills developed during undergraduate studies and increase their career marketability with essential business skills. The Fox Master in Management is a full-time program with classes offered in the evening on Monday-Thursday from 6-9 pm, providing students with minimal job disruption if they’d like to work while pursuing part of their degree. Students have the opportunity to end their program with built-in time to pursue an internship.

About University

Tradition. Distinction. Innovation. Since 1918, the Fox School of Business at Temple University has a
distinguished tradition of preparing business leaders, professionals and
entrepreneurs for successful careers. It is the largest, most comprehensive
business school in the greater Philadelphia region and is accredited by the Association to Advance the Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).

Thoroughly committed to providing student-centered education
and professional development relevant to today’s digital, global economy — the
Fox School integrates technology into the curriculum and classroom, and
encourages entrepreneurship and innovation throughout its programs.

Fox is a big school—but the focus is on each individual
student. Students come from around the world to study at Fox’s well-regarded
undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral programs because of the school’s
excellent reputation for educating tomorrow’s business leaders.