Innovation, MS

The Master of Science in Innovation is a one-year, part-time program designed specifically for working professionals who want to become innovation leaders. The ten-course program covers the fundamentals of innovation in business from multiple perspectives by using case studies and experiential innovation projects.  The cohort-based MS in Innovation starts in September and is held primarily on Saturdays.

Complete all courses and requirements listed below unless otherwise indicated.

Required Course Work

Fall Term
Management
BUSN 6280How Executives Shape and Lead Innovation and Enterprise Growth3
Innovation
MGMT 6280Innovation for Next-Generation Products and Systems3
Marketing
MKTG 6280Gaining Customer Insight3
Spring Term
Accounting
ACCT 6280Planning and Budgeting for Innovation3
Marketing
MKTG 6283Marketing and Selling Innovation3
Innovation
ENTR 6217Lean Innovation3
Finance
FINA 6284Financing Innovation and Growth3
Management
HRMG 6280The Human Side of Innovation3
Summer Term
Management
HRMG 6281Leading and Implementing Innovation in Organizations3
Innovation
MGSC 6281Service Innovation and Management3

Program Credit/GPA Requirements

30 total semester hours required
Minimum 3.000 GPA required