Program highlights

This master’s degree in business is just 30 credits (or 10 courses.) You’ll take courses in practical areas like critical thinking, organization design and development, human resources and management information systems.

You’ll also take an elective and you’ll participate in a capstone project.

  • Efficient and flexible: Most students complete the master’s degree in Organization Management in two years by taking two classes during fall, spring and summer semesters.
  • Online coursework: Our program is almost entirely online for flexibility and convenience.
  • Expert faculty: 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.
  • Student-centered: We keep our graduate business program small, to allow a level of individual attention that is rare in business school.

Course Requirements

Credits and Completion

Our master’s in Organization Management is designed to create knowledgeable and highly skilled managers in these important operational areas and in closely related areas of management. You will gain skills and knowledge within a framework of 30 credit hours or 10 courses.

The Board of Commissioners of the International Accreditation Council for Business Education is pleased to announce that as of March 2014 the School of Management at Russell Sage College has been granted first-time accreditation.

The School of Management has demonstrated a commitment to continuous improvement, excellence in business education, and advancing academic quality.

Russell Sage College’s graduate program in Organization Management curriculum includes eight graduate-level management courses, plus an elective and capstone project.

You will graduate with new knowledge and a sharpened skill set, well-prepared for positions that require a master’s degree in state and local government, health care, private corporations, manufacturing and service-based organizations.

Easily Apply

Apply by November 1 or March 1 and start when you’re ready.

Application Requirements:

  • Official transcripts from all post-secondary institutions attended
  • Two letters of recommendation
  • A one- to two-page essay describing your career goals
  • A resume
  • An RSC graduate school application
Two RSC students networking

Your Future Career with a Master’s in Organizational Management

Whether you want to pursue a promotion at your current employer, or apply for a managerial role at another organization, Sage’s master’s program in Organization Management will prepare you for leadership roles in state and local government, health care, private corporations, manufacturing and service-based organizations.

Real World Content and Connections

As a student in Russell Sage College’s master’s program Organization Management, you won’t be lectured at. Instead, you will learn through case studies, lively discussions and a capstone project with a local business.

You’ll also get to network with government and nonprofit leaders, health care, finance and technology executives, and start-up entrepreneurs and small-business owners at school-sponsored events like employer panels and weekend-long business plan intensives.

Need help?

Assistant Professor of Practice, Chair, Undergraduate Program and Graduate Program Director
518-292-1931

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