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How a Master's in Management Compares to an MBA

ASPIRING BUSINESS executives who have finished college
and who want to pursue a graduate-level business
education have a variety of options. The most popular and
conventional type of business graduate degree is a Master
of Business Administration. When pursued as a full-time
student at U.S. business school, an MBA typically takes
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However, business schools often offer shorter graduate
programs for students hoping to increase their business
knowledge without pursuing a traditional full-time MBA,
including master's in management programs, which full-
time students may be able to start and finish within a
single year. Some of these programs offer specialized
degrees, which cultivate the expertise necessary to
become a leader in a specific field, such as supply chain
management. Others provide general management degrees,
which signify that students have received training in a
variety of business topics, ranging from finance to

For instance, Duke University's Fuqua School of Business
offers two types of business master's degrees. One type
is a Master of Management Studies, a general management
degree which can either be pursued on Duke's North
Carolina campus or taken with a global focus, with
students splitting time between North Carolina and China.
The other option is a Master of Quantitative Management,
a specialized master's offered in business analytics or
health analytics.
Russ Morgan, the senior associate dean for full-time
programs at the Fuqua School of Business, says
prospective grad students who are trying to choose
between specialized and general business master's
programs should consider how precise their career goals
are. "The trade-off, in general, is going to be, are you
getting depth of exposure in one particular area, or are
you getting breadth of exposure more in terms of general
management, (meaning) your ability to communicate and
influence audiences (and) your ability to lead those
audiences?" Morgan says.

Management master's programs are usually targeted towards
recent college grads eager to launch business careers,
according to business school administrators. However, one
important exception is the M.S. in Management for
Experienced Leaders, or MSx program at the Stanford
University Graduate School of Business, which is designed
for mid-career business leaders who want to commit a year
to full-time study and professional development.
We see the one-year program format and other features of
the MSx program as more appropriate to more mature
leaders that are farther along in their career," says
Mike Hochleutner, the director of Stanford's MSx program.
"The opportunity cost to take time off when someone is 12
to 15 years into their career is often quite a bit higher
than it is for someone who's looking at traditional MBA
education, and they also want to be surrounded by people
who have commensurate work experience to their own."

Nevertheless, given that the majority of management
master's programs are meant for recent college grads,
experts note that those programs are especially helpful
for individuals with humanities and social sciences
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