Online M.S. in Management, Organizational Management Concentration

Online M.S. in Management, Organizational Management Concentration

Prepare to excel as a manager. Make your career move. Get ready.

Advance your career to the highest level of the business world with our online M.S. in Management with a Concentration in Organizational Management. 

Designed for working adults who hold leadership positions in the public service, private and nonprofit sectors, our innovative program offers adult learners the opportunity to improve their understanding of how organizations function, enhance ethical decision-making and gauge workplace performance.

Provide an organization with direction and support as a highly trained leader with effective communication, problem solving, strategic thinking and creativity skills. Get ready to help institutions thrive with an online M.S. in Management with a Concentration in Organizational Management from St. Joseph’s University.

The Online Human Resources Management Concentration Experience

Extensive Career Options: Those who hold a graduate degree in organizational management can work in nearly every field, giving them vast career opportunities.


Earning Potential: Training and development managers earned a median annual salary of $115,640 in 2020, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.


An Expanding Field: The number of training and development manager jobs is expected to increase by 11 percent from 2020 to 2030 — considerably faster than the average job increase rate, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports.


Reduced Tuition for Prerequisite Courses: The University offers four options for students who need one or more prerequisite courses: 1) undergraduate prerequisite courses at a significantly reduced rate (about one-third the usual cost), some of which can be taken concurrently with graduate courses; 2) challenge exams for certain prerequisites; 3) departmental waivers based on your prior professional experience; and 4) special one-credit online Managerial Enhancement Component courses. Consult with an admissions counselor to discuss which of these options works best for you.