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Master of Science in Management

Are you planning to move up to a management position or looking for a career change? In addition to the full-time program, our Master’s in Management offers a flexible, part-time option for a working professional or recent graduates.

Flexibility and Convenience

The M.S. in Management is designed for the convenience of those seeking to enhance their credentials efficiently and affordably. Students will take a combination of hybrid and fully online classes. Hybrid classes meet in the evening once a week at our convenient Brooklyn Heights campus (located in walking distance from seven major subway lines) and are supplemented by online and out-of-classroom activities. Online courses are asynchronous, so students can complete coursework at their own convenience during the day, evening, or weekend.

Part-time students will take just one course in every 7-week term, so you can focus your energy on learning while also continuing to advance your career through employment or internship opportunities. Full-time students can choose to take additional classes each term to complete their degree faster.

Advance Your Career

Completing the M.S. in Management at St. Francis College can afford you many opportunities. A Master’s degree can lead to an 18 to 22 percent increase in average annual salary in careers in general management and business management. With an emphasis on strategy, decision-making, leadership, and change management, the program will engage students in the exploration of trends and current challenges in business management or health care management while building and strengthening their own professional networks.

Career opportunities include positions in human resources management, operations management, program management, and health care management. Having an additional credential can help you advance more quickly and earn a higher salary in a competitive job market.


Our graduate degree program consists of 33 credits. Students start with a core foundation of six courses:
  • Organization and Strategy
  • Business Analytics for ManagersApply Now to Start in May, September or January!
  • Marketing for Managers
  • Accounting for Managers
  • Corporate Finance
  • Information Systems for Managers

The program culminates with a Capstone Project course where teams of students will serve as consultants to a non-profit organization, making recommendations to solve a real business problem.

Business Management Concentration

Business Management Courses

Fundamentals of Project Management
Optimizing Project Management Teams
Organizational Development and Change Management
Special Topics in Organizational Management

Digital Marketing Concentration

Digital Marketing Courses

Digital Marketing
Digital Branding
Consumer Behavior
Special Topics in Digital Marketing

Health Care Management Concentration

Health Care Management Courses

U.S. Health Care Delivery and Markets
Health Care Finance and Reimbursement
Leadership and Innovation in Health Care
Special Topics in Health Care

Project Management Concentration

Project Management Courses  

Fundamentals of Project Management
Project Risk Management
Finance for Project Managers
Optimizing Project Management Teams

Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship Concentration

Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship Courses 

Foundations of Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Social Change through Impact- and Mission-Driven Businesses
Social Value: Creation, Funding, and Measurement
Special Topics in Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship


Application Requirements:
  • Letter of recommendation (additional letter for GPAs under 3.0)
  • Official transcripts from all collegesNo application fee, GMAT or GRE scores required!
  • Statement of purpose detailing how you plan to meet the challenges of the program
  • Resume or curriculum vitae

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Meet the Faculty

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Dennis Anderson

Dennis Anderson

Department Chairperson, Professor

MaryBeth Bergren

Adjunct Professor

Simon Best

Adjunct Professor
Allen Burdowski

Allen Burdowski

Dean of Sciences, Director, Pre-Health Professions Program

Stephanie Cato

Adjunct Professor

Frank D'Esposito

Adjunct Professor
John Dilyard

John Dilyard

Associate Professor

Anthony Diodato

Adjunct Professor
Barbara Edington

Barbara Edington

Center of Excellence in Project Management Chairperson, Professor with Tenure
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Learn More

For more information about the M.S. in Management, please contact Marie Segares, Assistant Professor/Director at or 718-489-2025.