The Master of Management degree is designed to give you a broad knowledge of business fundamentals. This intensive 10 month, 36-credit hour program begins at the end of June.
The A.B. Freeman School’s world-renown faculty help students develop market relevant skills and to stand out from their peers in the competitive job market.
A hallmark of this program is strengthening your quantitative reasoning skills. Whether choosing which projects to fund or achieving sustainability for your social enterprise, an ability to evaluate and apply quantitative data is critical. The program therefore has two prerequisite courses:
- (1) An introductory microeconomics course (e.g., ECON 1010, Intro to Microeconomics, at Tulane)
- (2) A college level mathematics or statistics course, or a data analysis course specific to your major, such as introductory statistics for the social sciences. At Tulane University, this might be MATH 1210, Calculus I; PSYC 3090, Psychological Applications of Univariate Statistics I; SPHU 3160, Biostatistics in Public Health; or MATH 1110 Probability and Statistics I.
In the summer before beginning the Master of Management, students will also take two online short courses, to review mathematics for business and spreadsheets for data analytics. Details will be provided to admitted students.