Curriculum

The 30-credit Master in Management (MiM) includes new coursework specific to this master’s degree taught over three semesters. Classes are held on Temple University, Japan Campus.

Our market-driven curriculum provides the tools to develop a strong foundation in business knowledge with courses in accounting, finance, data visualization, strategy, leadership and more. Taught by industry experts, classes will help students meet the demands of employers in today’s global economy with hands-on learning.

Students have the opportunity to take the knowledge learned in the classroom to the working world with a capstone internship. This way, you can work on growing your resume while building your business acumen.

The Courses

Course Schedules

Semester Course Title
Fall (Mid-August) Business Fundamentals I
Fall (Sep-Dec) Business Fundamentals II
  Principles of Accounting
  Managing People
  Business Intelligence and Data Visualization
Spring (Jan-Apr) Financial Reporting and Analysis
  Marketing Management
  Organizational Strategy
  Special topic
Summer (May-Jul) Internship or Project

 

MiM Faculty

A diverse faculty brings extensive professional knowledge to the MiM program, with some professors holding more than 20 years of experience in business development, financial reporting and marketing management.

MiM Faculty Highlight: Professor Silberman on the Challenges of Remote Work

Professor Silberman leads the “Managing People” course in the MiM program, which focuses on leadership development and management skills. MiM students learn to create a vision of success, relate to others, and lead groups.