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Management, Global MM (Worldwide)

Program Overview

Golden Gate University designed an accelerated graduate program that is dedicated to working professionals residing in China. Using a 7.5-week term format, this program is offered online in Chinese (Mandarin) through our partner, Beacon Education. Note: This program is available only to students who enroll via the Beacon Education platform.

Aligned to GGU’s leadership and service mission, the Global Master of Management (GMM) is an action-based, language accessible, fast-paced 27-unit accelerated program focused on providing tactical and strategic leadership and service skills necessary to navigate the rapidly evolving global management and strategy ecosystem and its issues. Offered in an accelerated delivery MM students take key courses that focus on management issues impacting organizations, leadership, and service. Building on existing GGU MBA, courses, the MM program is designed for global management and marketplace. To be inclusive and accessible to the cross-cultural and inter-cultural marketplace, the curriculum is delivered in online and language accessible format.

GGU Worldwide’s GMM program focuses on a particular area of business management. Unlike our MBA degree, it is a type of master’s degree in business, alongside our MS in Finance, MS in Marketing, and MS in Leadership. The GMM offers some general business courses however the majority of the coursework will concentrate on management.

Learning Outcomes

Graduates of this program will have the knowledge and skills to:

  • Demonstrate a specialized management focus.
  • Demonstrate managerial and leadership skills, such as teamwork, critical thinking and problem solving, communications and presentations, self-awareness.
  • Master and apply general management analytic processes and tools for decision making.
  • Integrate strategic management objectives within competitive industry dynamics.
  • Integrate strategic management perspective within the global socio-political-economic-ecological context.
  • Understand functional areas’ impact on business and departmental interaction issues.