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As a student in the iMSM, you will take a series of fundamental management classes covering subjects such as leadership and teams, marketing management, strategic management, process management, and more. You’ll also take foundational classes in accounting and finance. You will then have the opportunity to customize your degree by taking elective courses focused on global business and business challenges, as well as data driven decision-making and communications.
As an iMSM student, you’ll earn the same education and learn from the same top faculty as on-campus students. Achieve fundamental business knowledge, gain lifelong leadership skills, and build a global network as you work alongside fellow students and faculty.
The iMSM, which is open to students from any undergraduate major, continues the Gies Business tradition of building highly engaging, flexible online programs. The Gies approach offers innovations unique to online learning. Curriculum, content delivery, and engagement are tailored for maximum positive impact for students in ways that go well beyond simply moving an existing residential program online. The hallmarks of Gies’ online programs – including its popular iMBA – are highly engaging online classrooms and skilled, experienced faculty who deliver leading-edge course material. Gies Business is an acknowledged global leader in online education.
The iMSM is from Gies College of Business at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, a historical land-grant public research institution founded in 1867.
10-15 hrs per week per class
The next cohort starts in August 2020.
Applications for the Fall 2020 cohort will be open in June!
Explore the iMBA program, also offered by Gies College of Business. At less than $22,000, the cost of the iMBA is by far the lowest of any major university’s online MBA.
The iMSM requires 36 credit hours for completion, of which 24 will cover general management core courses. Students will then have the opportunity to customize their degree by taking elective courses focused on global business challenges as well as data driven decision-making and communications.Learn more
Gies provides a unique online education environment, where faculty experts actively engage with students face-to-face in a highly engaging digital classroom. Course materials are designed to teach concepts the way professionals apply them in real-life business scenarios every day. Leadership, communication, and critical thinking skills are built into the core, empowering students to put their purpose into practice at the highest level.Learn More
Founded in 1867, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign has earned a reputation as a world-class leader in research, teaching, and public engagement. In its 2018-2019 rankings, U.S. News & World Report's America's Best Colleges rated Illinois as the number 13 public university and the number 46 national university.Learn more
Priority 1 Deadline (Start in August)
Upon completion of the iMSM program, students receive an MSM degree from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign – the same degree conferred to on-campus students in the MSM program. At the end of their iMSM coursework, students will have the option to pursue an MBA if they so choose.
By combining business knowledge with a degree in the arts and humanities, social sciences, or other non-business majors, you can achieve greater earning power and gain a competitive advantage. Career opportunities include management, consulting, analytics, entrepreneurship, and other high-demand jobs.
Yes, Gies College of Business is fully accredited through AACSB.
Yes, you can get started with Specializations and courses on Coursera to try out the asynchronous portions of iMSM coursework before or while you apply.
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We encourage you to investigate whether this degree meets your academic and/or professional needs before applying.