Bring your career path into sharp focus.
Busy professionals find that a master’s degree in Organization Management prepares them for career growth in the public sector or similar settings.
Efficient and Flexible
Russell Sage College’s master’s program in Organization Management is just 30 credits (or 10 courses.) You’ll take graduate business courses in practical areas like critical thinking, organization design and development, human resources and management information systems, plus an elective and you’ll participate in a capstone project.
Classes are held on Russell Sage College’s campus in Albany and online and you can combine in-person and online management courses for the most flexibility. Most Organization Management classes are offered in the evenings or one day a month on a weekend or in a reduced seat time format.
Most students complete the master’s degree in Organization Management in two years by taking two classes during fall, spring and summer semesters.
Student-Centered, Whether Online or On-Campus
Your classes will be led by full-time professors with doctorates in management disciplines and adjuncts who are also directors of state agencies, business-owners and chief officers in financial, health care and technology fields — many who have taught at Sage for years.
The same faculty members teach the same Organization Management curriculum online and on campus, so your own learning style and the demands on your time can be the deciding factors when it comes to choosing the combination of online and in-person classes that work for you.
And we keep our graduate business program small, to allow a level of individual attention that is rare in business school. As a matter of fact, the dean of the School of Management advises all the graduate business students personally — and we annually celebrate our top students at the Sigma Beta Delta international business honor society induction ceremony.