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Master of Science in Organizational Management (MSOM)

Our affordable, online master's in organizational management offers four options for degree advancement.

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Human Resource Management (Online)

This 36-hour online master's degree program will help prepare you for the many practices involved in managing employees within a workplace.

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Information Technology Management (Online)

This 36-hour online master's degree program will prepare you for careers involved in planning and managing the many uses of technology within an organization.

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Public Administration Management (Online)

Gain the knowledge and skills required to plan, implement, and manage public policy within an organization in this 36-hour online master's degree program.

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Sport and Recreation Management (Online)

For sports enthusiasts, this 36-hour online master's degree program will prepare you for careers in sports industry management, coaching, administration, or sports and recreation sales and marketing.

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Admission Criteria

1. Apply for graduate study
2. Submit official transcripts

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Questions? Contact:

Dr. Tammy Evetovich
Dean, School of Natural and Social Sciences
Email: taeveto1@wsc.edu
Phone: 402-375-7030

Affordability

Online master’s degrees at Wayne State College are among the lowest priced in the nation. 

 

Recognized for Excellence

Wayne State College is continually recognized for incredible value, successful graduates, and innovative learning.

Most Affordable Online Graduate School, 2018 - College Choice
Ranked 6th most affordable online college in the U.S. for 2018

 

 

Best Online College in Nebraska 2018 - Affordable Colleges Online
Ranked as one of the best online colleges in Nebraska for 2018

SR Education Group - Most Affordable Online College (Sport Management)
Ranked 5th most affordable online master's degree in sport management in 2017