• Learn to analyze and solve workplace problems and to apply leadership and management practices that foster strong employee motivation, morale, and performance
  • While an M.B.A. focuses more heavily on financial and quantitative aspects of business, this degree emphasizes progressive leadership, management of human capital, and organizational development


Full-time program


Day and evening classes offered on-campus


Complete in as fast as 10 months


Guest lecture series

Program is Ideal For

  • New and recent bachelor's degree graduates from liberal arts, sciences, fine arts, health sciences, and other non-business areas.



Value of your degree

  • Expected job growth for managers varies by field/industry. One area of significant expansion is medical and health services managers.
  • Jobs are projected to grow 23% from 2012 to 2022, as baby boomers age.

Making Grad School Affordable

Grants, scholarships, veterans benefits, loans, and undergraduate loan forgiveness are options for paying for this master's degree.


Why This Degree?

"While the Nazareth master's degree in management requires 3-5 years of work experience and prerequisite courses in marketing and statistics, this master's in Business Organization and Management is designed expressly for new or more recent graduates who didn't study business. This 30-credit Business Organization and Management degree is also different because it includes marketing strategy, project management, career planning, an executive lecture series — and a faster timeline."

— Gerard F. Zappia, dean of the School of Management

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Executive Lecture Series Speakers

Program Director

Albert C. Cabral

Albert C. Cabral

Program Director for Business Organization & Management, Human Resource Development and Human Resource Management Programs & Associate Professor of Management
Smyth Hall 147G

Education: M.B.A., Syracuse University; M.S. in career & human resource development from Rochester Institute of Technology.

Al has professional management and career development experience from past roles directing internships for the college, working as a career services advisor for Rochester Works!, and serving on the board of the Rochester Career Mentoring Charter School.

Cabral has published and presented at the local and national levels on experiential learning, service learning, internships, and career decision making. He was instrumental in developing the Experiential Education Academy for the National Society for Experiential Education and remains a member of the Academy faculty. In 2010, Cabral received the Outstanding Faculty Advisor award from the National Academic Advisement Association. 

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