The 36-credit-hour Master of Science in Organizational Management (MSOM) program blends coursework in organizational management, economic development, and entrepreneurship.
Graduates will be uniquely prepared to start their own businesses, foster the development of new enterprises in their communities, and facilitate a company’s evolution to a more innovative and growth-oriented corporate culture. The program also provides students an opportunity within each course to explore their own business and community enhancement projects.
Each Term is 8 weeks
Beginning Spring 2020 Degree Rotation
Spring Term I
Spring Term II
Fall Term I
Fall Term II
Even Year Start
MGMT 602 & Internship OR Thesis/Action Research Project I (3)
MGMT 601 & Internship OR Thesis/Action Research Project II (3)
Note: Sitting out a term or semester will delay a student’s program completion by 18 months.
Internship, Thesis, or Practical Project Credit
Students complete six hours of thesis, internship, and/or research project credit in advanced topic areas. The final paper should relate to the student’s area of concentration and constitute the culminating experience in the Master of Science degree program.
Two primary goals for graduate programs at Peru State College are flexibility and relevance. Students may propose to write detailed case studies, develop unique courses or programs for other institutions or the community, research and write substantial grant proposals, etc.
Application for Admission
Official Transcripts – not required for Peru/Chadron/Wayne State College graduates
2 Recommendation forms – preferably from a supervisor and coworker
Takes 24 or so hours for your application to be processed into our student information system then you will receive another email from our Graduate Programs Office stating that you are admitted to Peru State on a conditional basis. Be sure to check your Spam or Junk folder for this email information.
At application submission, you are conditionally accepted and are eligible to enroll for the semester you applied. The conditional basis is on the condition that you submit the required materials, listed above. Failure to submit these documents will prevent you from registering for future semesters’. We encourage students to submit their admissions documents as soon as possible.
Why Peru State College?
Faculty members have real-life experience in policing, corrections, parole, and probation with an emphasis on a scholar-practitioner approach to instruction.
All courses are offered online and on campus.
Coursework is constantly updated to meet industry standards.
Easily earn a minor to broaden knowledge and improve employment prospects.
The Peru College Advantage
Transfer up to 90 creditsPeru State College Online makes it easy to transfer up to 90 credit hours, making your Criminal Justice Administration degree even more affordable.
Nationally Recognized for AffordabilityCriminal Justice - Administration is one of many programs at Peru State College Online that offers nationally recognized affordability and value.