Ross Master of Management Core Curriculum
The Master of Management curriculum totals 30.75 credit hours over 10 months. An intensive summer term kicks off the program in July. In addition to three formal courses, the summer term will include self-assessments, team-building and team-skills exercises, quantitative skills workshops, as well as mandatory career services modules. During the fall and winter terms, students deepen their business knowledge through additional core courses and customize their experience by selecting at least two three-credit courses from an approved list of existing BBA upper-level courses.
- Principles of Financial Accounting
- Managerial Accounting
Law and Communications
- Persuasive Management
- Legal and Ethical Environment of Business
Management and Organizations
- Leading People and Organizations
- Corporate Strategy
- World Economy
Technology and Operations
- Applied Business Statistics
- Operations Management
Students take at least two electives in a variety of areas such as finance, marketing, and operations. In addition, there will be electives in specialty topics such as creativity, persuasive communication, and public policy.