It doesn’t matter if you’ve spent your undergraduate career studying business, or if you’re looking for a way to see your discipline through the lens of international business. Keuka College’s Master of Science in management program will prepare you for an executive leadership role in the 21st century.
Keuka’s program concentrates on international business because multinational operations are the wave of the future. That means it provides you with knowledge that transcends borders and cross-cultural skills that can be used in nearly any industry and any country.
Starting your first day, you’ll make friends—whether students or faculty—from around the world.
You’ll find that our professors—who draw upon their top academic credentials and decades of professional experience—will get to know you personally, and work to create the ideal learning environment in which you can thrive.
And at Keuka College, you’ll receive plenty of one-on-one time with your professors, so you’ll always have an expert to answer your questions, challenge your intellect, and provide guidance and support.
As soon as you arrive at Keuka College, you’ll move into an apartment-style residence that you’ll call home for the next few months. Our graduate housing provides the independence and privacy that graduate students expect, while still affording you convenient access to the College’s academic resources and residential amenities, such as the gym, dining hall, and health center.
If you’re an international student, living on campus will also allow you to immerse yourself in American culture, master conversational English, and form strong friendships with people from around the world.
An advantage of Keuka’s program is the graduate learning community of which you’ll be a part. Although the courses you take and the professors you have will change every 8 weeks, you’ll stay with the same group of students for the entire program.
Together, you’ll spend the days studying, the evening sitting up debating economic theory, and learning about each other’s language and culture. And at Keuka, it’s not uncommon to be invited to the occasional dinner at the home of one of your professors, enjoy lunch with the college president, and go on educational trips to places such as New York City; Washington, DC; and Niagara Falls.
At Keuka, we call this the cohort model, which mirrors the real world, and it provides you with the cross-cultural teamwork and collaborative skills necessary to lead in the 21st century.