Master Degree information
Masters Programs = 60 credit hours
Time period = 1 to 2 years
You want to ... Make a Difference?
With EGS, you will be able to:
- Use your international experience and recognized leadership potential for a career leap.
- Widen your managerial and technical competencies.
- Assess real-life work challenges and confidently select adequate responses to them.
- Recognize moral dimensions when dealing with work dilemma.
- Increase self-awareness, inspire group performance and assertively shape your future.
- Benefit from personalized learning and individual coaching and share knowledge with a small group of exceptional classmates and international executives.
- Join one of the world's most selective networks.
Student studying towards Master Degree learn both core courses to strengthen the fundamentals of the subject and concentration courses. To choose the path for their careers, EGS also gives them the opportunity to get certified by one of the certifications offered through:
American Academy of Financial Management ® AAFM ®
International Board of Standards ©
American Academy of Project Management AAPM ®
Students are encouraged and given chances to participate in conferences as an attendee or speakers and guided to publish research papers and participate in academic competitions.
Masters Degree Programs:
- Master Business Administration (MBA)
- with concentration in Finance
- with concentration in Marketing
- with concentration in Strategy
- with concentration in operations
- with concentration in HRM
- Master of Human Resource Management
- MS in International Business
- MA in Tourism & Hospitality Management
- MA in Communications & Media
- MA in Luxury Management
- Master of International Business Laws (LLM)
- Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT)
- Master of International Relations
- Master of Computer Science
- Master of Education
- with concentration in Special Education
- with concentration in Higher Education
- Master of Arts and Design
- with concentration in Illustration design
- with concentration in Interior Architecture