What You'll Learn
Through the master’s degree in the field of management you:
- Study the core elements of management, including accounting, organizational behavior, economic theory, finance, marketing, and strategy.
- Develop an advanced understanding of leadership, corporate responsibility, digital marketing, and business communications, including mediation and negotiation.
- Gain insight into the latest management theories and practices through case studies, group projects, and active learning experiences.
- Earn an optional certificate in 12 different business fields, including corporate sustainability, innovation and entrepreneurship, marketing and digital strategy, or organizational behavior.
Your Harvard Degree
Master of Liberal Arts (ALM) in Extension Studies, field: Management.
Our management graduates work in a range of industries including biotechnology, banking, health care, defense, energy, investment & asset management, and more.
Courses Taken Each Semester
Work Full Time
Would Recommend the Program
Professional Experience in the Field
Pursued For Career Advancement
Getting Started: Admissions and Degree Requirements
At Harvard Extension School, your admission is based largely on your performance in three specific Harvard Extension courses that you complete before submitting an application.
To get started, we invite you to explore degree requirements, confirm your initial eligibility, and learn more about our unique “earn your way in” admissions process.
Finding balance was the biggest challenge during my time at Extension. But being able to attend class remotely was a huge help. I was on the road almost every week and was glad I could call in to class from wherever I was.
Cost and Financial Aid
Affordability is core to our mission. When compared to our continuing education peers, it’s a fraction of the cost.
|Our Tuition (2021–22 rate)||$2,980 per 4-credit course|
|Average Tuition of Peer Institutions||$5,476 per course|
|Average Total Cost||$35,760|
After admission, you may qualify for financial aid. Typically, eligible students receive grant funds to cover a portion of tuition costs each term, in addition to federal financial aid options.