About the Program Master of Arts in Administration
The Adrian Dominican School of Education (ADSOE) at Barry University offers a Master of Arts in Administration degree program. It is designed as a graduate degree program for adult learners and practitioners focusing on administration, leadership, communication, and teamwork.
The degree program places emphasis on developing the critical administrative competencies which contribute to workplace success in all organizations - public, private, and not-for-profit - through both theoretical course content, application, and practice throughout the curriculum. The degree program consists of 36 semester credit hours, not including prerequisites.
Gain the administrative and leadership competencies needed by all organizations to achieve their missions and goals.
Understand and apply the knowledge and skills critical to administrative effectiveness in today's organizations. Develop administrative competencies to improve your own organization.
Assess the various administrative and managerial theories/perspectives as they relate to problem solving within a wide range of organizational structures.
Learn Social Context
Evaluate the various administrative theories, applications, and approaches within the broad social, economic, technological, and political environments of private, public, and nonprofit organizations.
Enjoy Broad Content
Courses include Financial Concepts for Administration, Values and Ethics in Administration, Administrative Leadership Theory and Practice, and Changing Environment of Administration.