School of Business & Technology

Master of Management  Master of Management

Get training in leadership and management, plus an introduction to current industry practices in private, public and nonprofit organizations. The Master of Management program at Cambridge College offers a flexible, affordable graduate degree option for adult learners.

30 - 36 Credits
Starts September 3, 2024


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Master of Management Program Overview

Our Master of Management graduate degree program combines foundational coursework with elective options that let you specialize in the areas that interest you most.

You’ll apply theory to management practice. Then you’ll put your knowledge to practice during a strategic management capstone project.

Master of Management Program Highlights

  • Experiential learning: A required management seminar series focuses on the development of people management skills and the integration of knowledge acquired throughout the program.
  • Career-focused elective options: Focus your Master of Management degree with electives in information technology management, organizational leadership or marketing management.
  • Flexible, hybrid course options: This program is taught through a mix of on-campus and remote (Zoom) classes to give you the best of both worlds. The evening and weekend class schedules are designed for working professionals to make it easier to balance work, family and education.
  • Convenient location: Our Boston campus is a 5-minute walk from the Orange Line and offers free parking for students.
  • Affordable tuition: Cambridge College offers one of the lowest tuition rates in the country for a four-year private nonprofit college, plus a variety of scholarship and financial aid opportunities.
  • Experienced faculty: Work closely with top faculty who bring diverse professional management experience to the coursework.
  • Diverse students: Cambridge College welcomes students from 50+ countries and was ranked as one of the most ethnically diverse colleges in America, giving you the opportunity to work with other adult learners from all over the world.
  • No graduate school exams required: Cambridge College does not require a GMAT or other standardized graduate school tests for admission to the master of management program.

Master of Management Program Learning Outcomes

As a graduate of the Master of Management program, you will:

  • Have the skills to manage and lead others, and understand how to foster change and innovation in organizations
  • Develop strong communication, analytical, research and decision-making skills
  • Understand how to use technology in organizations
  • Learn to manage human, financial and informational resources
  • Understand the importance of ethical and socially responsible decision-making, and how to effectively promote diversity in organizations

“I came out of Cambridge College with a lot of information about negotiation, people skills and management. Within 30 days of getting 'the paper,' I had a job."

Brad Hatfield
Alumnus, Master of Management

Master of Management Tuition Information

Cost Per Credit
Total Program Tuition
Cost Per Credit$705
Credits* 30 - 36 credits
Total Program Tuition $21,150 - $25,380

*See curriculum sheet for a breakdown of credits and credit ranges.

Prospective graduate degree students for programs in the School of Business & Technology must satisfy the following requirements plus any program-specific requirements your program may have.

  1. Complete and sign the online application.
  2. Pay the application fee. Pay your $50 ($100 for international students) application fee by the term start date.
  3. Send official transcripts. Mail directly to Cambridge College in a sealed, unopened envelope. Learn How to Send Transcripts. Required degrees must be from accredited colleges or universities.
    • Master's programs require an earned bachelor's degree.
    • International transcripts must be translated and evaluated by an approved agency. See all international student requirements.
  4. Send your résumé and work experience. Send your resume that details your education and work experience, including how they pertain to your career goals. Two years of appropriate work experience is recommended for graduate programs in the School of Business & Technology (SBT).
  5. Submit your personal statement. Write a 500-word, typed, double-spaced essay describing your professional experience, goals and objectives for graduate study. How do you expect your graduate studies to enhance your future career?
  6. Complete an interview. You’ll interview with the dean or member of the SBT Admissions Committee, Program Chair or Regional Center Director.
  7. Satisfy Health Insurance & Immunization requirements. (Massachusetts only). These are required only for graduate students taking six or more credits per term in Massachusetts through on-campus or hybrid classes. Health insurance may be waived.

Program-Specific Admission Requirements

Three years of appropriate work experience is recommended.

Careers in Management

The management training you receive in this program opens the door to diverse career options. You’ll develop strong interpersonal and problem-solving skills that you can apply to any number of management jobs.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, an average of 1.1 million management job openings are projected each year, with a median annual wage of $107,360 for management occupations.*

1.1 million

Management job openings projected each year, on average*


Median annual wage for management occupations*

*Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Management Positions, (visited Nov. 14, 2023).

Job Titles in Management

Graduates of the Cambridge College Master of Management program lead organizations ranging from small businesses to large corporations and nonprofits to government agencies. Job opportunities for management graduates include:

  • Human resources manager
  • Healthcare informatics manager
  • Project manager
  • Information technology manager
  • Operations manager
  • Management consultant
  • Entrepreneur