We inspire creativity, innovation, and growth. At Jabs, we provide a collaborative
and personalized environment, connecting students to opportunities in a dynamic community.
The Master of Science in Innovation and Management (MSIM) is a 30-credit, non-thesis one-year graduate program is open to all degree backgrounds,
and especially helpful for recent Engineering and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering,
and Mathematics) graduates, with most students enrolling immediately following their
undergraduate degree and others with 1-3 years of work experience. The goal of the
program is to provide early-stage professionals with a set of skills that will enable
them to be more effective leaders, innovators, and team members in their respective
Learn in a collaborative and team-oriented setting with flexible classroom design
and ample work space. Students in this program will be utilizing a cohort model with
all courses taught in Jabs Hall 207, the Risa K. Scott Collaboration Lab.
Students have access to one-on-one communications coaching, resume review, and mock
Students in this program will be utilizing a cohort model with all courses taught
in Jabs Hall 207, the Risa K. Scott Collaboration Lab. Only 6 credits out of the 30-credit
program are electives. Students will have the option of completing the degree in two
semesters, two semesters plus a summer capstone, or in three semesters. MSU students
will be allowed to reserve up to 6 credits of graduate-level classes from their undergraduate
degree into the program. Click here to view all MSIM requirements, course offerings, and learning outcomes.
Questions? We are continuing to offer information sessions about our new MSIM program through
the spring semester. The next virtual one is on Thursday, January 21. Click here to RSVP and see all available sessions.
In 2015, we opened Jabs Hall, a state-of-the-art LEED Gold building designed to promote collaborative learning
and foster innovation and creativity. We boast two fireplaces, flexible classroom
spaces, writeable glass walls, and a focus group room.
Students expand their skill sets through first-hand experiences working on projects
with researchers, entrepreneurs, industry leaders and government programming. Gain valuable experiences alongside our knowledgeable and caring professors.
We also host three college career fairs during the academic year, one of which is solely dedicated to accounting-related
jobs. We generally have between 25-60 employers from across the nation that attend
each event, representing companies like Deloitte, FDIC, Kiewit, KPMG, Northwestern
Mutual, WealthVest, and Zoot Enterprises.
Our Bracken Business Communications Clinic provides one-on-one coaching with students to improve writing, speaking, interviewing,
and oral presentation skills. We host a day-long professionalism workshop for our
graduate accounting students and connect students to MSU events including the Etiquette
Dinner, Executive's Closet, and various workshops.
Our mission is to inspire creativity, innovation, and growth. The Blackstone LaunchPad is a campus resource for students, faculty and staff, as well as alumni interested
in business and entrepreneurship. They provide free venture support and mentorship,
access to the TechStars network, and coach students to compete in startup and venture competitions. They also host Code 24 hackathons and events like this presentation from the Senior Director of Strategy and Insights of Kickstarter.
There's a reason Bozeman, Montana is considered a "dream town" and lauded by many
for offering high quality of life. When you fly in over the Bridger Range or drive
into the Gallatin Valley and find yourself surrounded by mountains, it's easy to understand
why people want to live, work and play here. Add the cultural amenities of a local
symphony and museums, the vibrancy of a college community and an energetic downtown,
Bozeman is the complete package. Learn more.
Grad Support & Scholarships
Supportive donors allow us to awards of substantial support to students seeking a
Jabs degree, including the MSIM.
Frequently Asked Questions
As we have been holding information sessions and talking to students, we have compiled
a list of FAQs for you.
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