Sometimes you reach a point in your current role where you want to do more, and you know you can, but you just don’t know how to go about executing change. The Department of Management Sciences at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Worldwide can be a beneficial step for you.
The department’s curriculums are designed around meeting industry demands to close the gap between how organizations currently operate and how they will need to operate in the future to achieve competitive advantages. This underlying goal of preparing the professionals who will streamline the management process is interwoven through the three programs we offer — Master of Science in Logistics and Supply Chain Management (MSLSCM), Master of Science in Engineering Management (MSEM), and Master of Science in Project Management (MSPM).
Submissions from 2015
Planning for Veterans’ Success: The Degree Map as an Advising Solution, Tracey M. Richardson, Jason M. Ruckert, and James W. Marion Jr
Submissions from 2014
Project Manager ‘Management Competency’ vs. ‘Technical Competency’. Which Is More Important to Overall Project Management Success?, Barry Jon Bauer, Tracey M. Richardson, and James W. Marion Jr
Project Manager Insights: An Analysis of Career Progression, James W. Marion Jr, Tracey M. Richardson, and Matthew P. Earnhardt
Do Degree Maps Facilitate Student Success?, James W. Marion Jr, Jason M. Ruckert, and Tracey M. Richardson
Submissions from 2013
Customer Service in Aviation Industry – An Exploratory Analysis of UAE Airports, Aman Gupta, Mohammed Arif, and Aled Williams
Simulation and Optimization Modeling for Drive-Through Mass Vaccination – A Generalized Approach, Aman Gupta, Gerald W. Evans, and Sunderesh S. Heragu