Master of Arts in Management
With five distinct specializations, the MA in Management program at Seattle Pacific University can help prepare you to meet tomorrow’s business challenges on any one of several distinct levels. It’s all about learning to live faithfully as a Christian business professional, guiding other employees to success in their career paths, or even helping businesses and organizations practice responsible stewardship.
Master of Arts in Management programs
A one-year learning path to understanding and implementing ethical, sustainable business practices. You’ll graduate with a new passion for serving people while caring for our planet.
Providing you with tools to excel as a professional in the business intelligence and data analytics field, equipping you to help others by expanding your own analytics expertise.
Providing you with tools to excel as a professional in the cybersecurity field, equipping you to help others by expanding your own security expertise.
Providing you with tools to excel as a professional in the human resources field, equipping you to help others by expanding your own HR expertise.
Learn values-based leadership and management strategies that emphasize stewardship and sustainability, the dignity of work, serving the poor, and Christian integrity in the workplace.
Graduate Programs Open House
Get the facts about our MBA, MS-ISM, and MAM degrees at the next Graduate Programs Open House. You will have the chance to speak one-on-one with graduate program representatives, who will answer your questions and get you started in the right direction.
When: May 16, 2017, 5–7 p.m.
Where: McKenna Hall
Why I Teach at SPU
Bruce Baker, Assistant Professor of Business Ethics
"It’s a calling. By God’s grace I’ve been invited to serve in this richly rewarding work that weaves together my business experience, theological studies, and pastoral ministry. To take part in transformational moments of learning and growth in Christ is a profound privilege, and a calling which deepens my awareness of and need for his grace."