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Master in Management in the Philippines

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Program Overview

The Master of Management (MM) is a two-year graduate program designed to develop skills and competencies in all aspects of management in different organizations, companies, and corporations. It enhances the students’ knowledge theories and concepts of management and the different styles of effective management. The program focuses on topics in finance, marketing, operations, and strategic management and leadership courses.

Recommended Undergraduate Program

Students who wish to pursue a Master of Management should have an undergraduate degree in the business or administration field. However, students who do not hold an undergraduate program in those fields but still wish to pursue the program are encouraged to take at least 18 units of courses in the relevant fields.

Subjects and Curriculum

  • Organizational Analysis I: Groups and Individuals in Organizations

  • Organizational Analysis II: Organizational Structure and Process

  • Management Communication and Information

  • Policy Making and Program Management

  • Managerial Accounting and Control

  • Applied Management Research

  • Human Resource Management

  • Operations Management

  • Seminar in Management

Admission Requirements


  • The student must have an undergraduate degree relevant to the program

  • An applicant with a degree not in line with the business and management may still be admitted to the program as long as they take the pre-requisite courses. However, some colleges and universities admit any bachelor’s degree holders. 

  • The student must pass the Graduate Admissions Test of the university

Basic Requirements

  • Undergraduate Transcript of records (Original and Photocopy)

  • Recommendation letters from former professors, deans, or colleagues

  • Letter of intent

  • Most recent medical and dental health record

  • Copy of NSO Certified birth certificate

  • Copy of undergraduate diploma

  • (1) Latest 2”x2”ID Picture

Areas of Specialization

  • Business Management

  • Public Management

  • Educational Management

  • Human Resource Management

Program Outcome

Graduates of Master of Management are expected to be able to:

  • Evaluate management practices within a global context

  • Manage financial and economical strategic planning models within organizations

  • Analyze human capital productivity data associated with business development, growth, and sustainability

  • Apply ethical, legal, and data-informed decision making in management policies, procedures, and business recommendations

  • Demonstrate written and oral communication skills targeting business-related purposes and audiences

Board Exam

The Master of Management does not have a board examination. However, graduates may opt to take the Civil Service Examination (CSE) conducted by the Philippine Civil Service Commission (PCSC) to qualify in working in government offices. Some graduates opt to take a Master’s degree followed by a Doctorate degree to gain expertise in the industry. 

Career Opportunities

Graduates of Master of Management may pursue a career path in business corporations, government agencies, non-profit organizations, educational institutions, or private companies. They may apply as a logistics management head, retail manager, administrative officer, training and development head, project manager, inventory manager, operations manager, financial manager, sales manager, and business development manager.

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Reviews of Master of Management graduates:

F. B.
◈ Studied Master in Management
◈ At Holy Cross of Davao College
◈ Graduated 2013

list bulletAbout my college education: I can say that, it is interesting, enjoyable and challenging. Since I'm a Bachelor of Science in Information Management graduate and this is a business related course, I take it interesting. I learn many things about business, the policies in every companies, the rights and benefits that need to be given to every individual and many more.
Enjoyable because the scene is not just a one way process wherein the teacher only talk, instead its the teacher and us students who do the talking. Discussion is so open to the class. Discussion about what really is happening outside/reality was discussed. Challenging because this is not just the ordinary college class that your only aim is to pass and graduate but instead your aim/objective is of course to learn, to share your ideas and again to share what have you learn to your society, to your environment.

he skills required to succeed as a student of this course is you must have the interpersonal skills, analytical, hard working, patient, resourceful, willing to listen and be learned. Also being a creative person is also important in taking this course.

list bulletMy current job: My current job is a full time MIS (Management Information System) Personnel and a part time college instructor.

list bulletAm I using what I learned in college: In my job today, yes I can say that I'm using my learning's during college.
Since MIS means Management Information System, this kind of job is more on Information Management area. I do/work more on computers, systems and others related to computers/systems.
And to relate with my master's degree, I share/teach it to my students.

list bulletHow long did it take to find a job: After I graduated my Bachelors degree in college, I took 2 weeks to find my job.

list bulletDo I recommend studying Master of Management: I will recommend this course in terms of employment opportunities, because as you observe, competition in applying a job this days is so high. In one job, there are 10 -30 applicants competing for the said job. But if you have the other paper/document such as this Master degree, I can say that you have the edge to other applicant. Your paper could catch the interest of the employer.
For your salary it also differ to other. Since you have something that others don't have, it will differ also in terms of salary. Your task/job and position is a little higher compare to other, and also there are things/task that only you can qualify to do.
Most applicant only have their Bachelor degree and other seminars to show, but if you have this course, aside from the diploma and your other seminar to show, there is sill another paper as master to show to your employer.
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