M.S. in Management Information Session With Program Director Natasha Munshi

Date & Time:
Tuesday, February 12, 2019 -
5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Brother Urban Gregory Hall, 1928 Saint Mary's Road, Moraga, CA 94575
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Learn How To Add A Solid Management Foundation To Your Resume

The M.S. in Management program is a one-year curriculum designed to give recent graduates with no prior work experience, and a background in liberal arts, science, and other non-business undergraduate degrees, the practical business skills necessary to stand out in the job market.

In one year, you will enhance your employment marketability by adding a solid management foundation to your resume.

In addition to business fundamental courses, the program's curriculum includes three practicum experiences - two Bay Area field projects (at least one is a non-profit consulting project) and one international business project. 

At this info session, you will have the opportunity to meet with Admissions representatives and find out about the program and application process. Additionally, you will also meet Natasha Munshi, Program Director and network with Alumni from the program.



About Program Director Natasha Munshi

M.S. in Management Program Director Natasha Munshi Saint Mary's College of CaliforniaDirector, Executive MBA & M.S. in Management Programs at Saint Mary's College of California. Munshi was an associate professor at Wright State University in Ohio. She researches on topics related to Strategic and Social Innovation.

Munshi wasn’t always interested in the business side of technological innovation. She actually started her career in cancer research, with a personal interest in this field of study. Munshi stated, “I started as a doctoral candidate working on breast cancer research in a clinical surgery laboratory, at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in 1992. 

In addition to the strategic dimensions of innovation, Munshi also actively studies social innovation, where she looks into how innovative business models and disruptive technologies can be used to maximize societal good. 

Munshi has additionally been a Board member of Kid Power, a non-profit organization that helps K-12 children who are from underprivileged neighborhoods in Washington, D.C. “They had a pairing program with the best schools in D.C. For example, we had seniors from a middle school that Obama's kids went to—his kids were mentors, too. Our kids learned about science, art, sports, urban farming, and ultimately how to be social entrepreneurs, through a close mentorship experience with their student mentors.”  


Questions about this event? Call (925) 631-4888 or email smcmba@stmarys-ca.edu.