The US-based University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business offers a Master of management. The business school is ranked in the 2018 edition of the QS Business Master’s Ranking.
The management course is designed for liberal arts, science and engineering majors who desire a crash course in all key areas of business. Previous students have gone on to work in a wide spectrum of sectors, including consulting, technology, manufacturing and the public sector. Postgraduates on the course can expect leadership lessons through fieldwork and company visits and opportunities to work with real businesses.
Entry requirements include a bachelor’s degree in a non-business-related subject completed in Spring 2016 or more recently, as well as TOEFL results dated within two years of your application (if necessary), GMAT or GRE results, two letters of recommendation and an application fee of US$100 (or US$75, if you are from the US.)