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MSCM graduates have applied their learning to a variety of professional pursuits, with many enhancing or expanding their areas of responsibility within management, human resources, or education, while others have undertaken new career directions as mediators, facilitators, ombudsmen, leaders of faith communities, and patient care advocates. Alumni feedback suggests the MSCM curriculum is well-suited to a range of domestic and international positions across the corporate, non-profit, and public sectors. Some of the current positions our alumni hold include:

  • Mediator, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
  • Elections Project Officer, United Nations Development Programme, Zambia
  • Ombudsman, Georgia State University
  • Resolution Expediter, The Home Depot Corporation
  • Humanitarian Affairs Coordinator, The United Nations
  • Case Manager, American Arbitration Association
  • Behavior Detection Analyst, U.S. Department of Transportation
  • Counselor, Forrest General Hospital
  • Sr. Director of Investigations, Fraud & Abuse, Wellpoint Inc./BCBS of Georgia
  • Educational Program Specialist, Centers for Disease Control
  • Victim Services Coordinator, Clayton County District Attorney’s Office
  • Environmental Dispute Resolution Professor
  • Career Coach, Georgia State University
  • Private Practice Mediator
  • Engineer/Vice President, MacTec Engineering
  • Assistant Coordinator, St. John Emergency Homeless Shelter
  • Conflict Manager, United World Solutions
  • National Forecaster, AT&T
  • Consular General
  • Executive Director, Recovery Outfitters, Inc.
  • Director of Risk Management, St. Joseph’s Health System
  • Chief Legal Officer, Erlanger Health Systems
  • Federal Investigator
  • Marketing Manager/Public Relations Coordinator

The opportunities for leveraging the MSCM degree for use in whatever your chosen profession may be are virtually limitless. Additionally, many of our graduates say that the personal development they achieve over the course of the MSCM is just as beneficial as the professional development received. The MSCM program produces well-informed, insightful and reflective citizens to lead in today’s challenging environments.

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