Master of Science in Organizational Leadership

With a focus on current and emerging leadership theories, best practices, skills, and tools used to enable organizational innovation, creativity, and change in complex work environments, the Master of Science in Organizational Leadership is designed to prepare graduate students to assume leadership roles in business, educational, governmental, military, and not-for-profit organizations.

Estimated time of completion of this program is 3 years.

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Curriculum

Graduates will successfully complete 37 semester hours outlined below
Semester Hours
M.S. Major Requirements 31
M.S. Electives 6
Total 37
Major Requirements 31
LSS 5100 - Learning Strategies for Success 1
MBA 6301 - Business Ethics 3
MBA 6631 - Intercultural Management 3
MHR 6551 - Training and Development 3
MBA 5841 - Strategic Marketing 3
MBA 5101 - Strategic Management and Business Policy 3
MBA 6941 - Managing Project Teams 3
MSL 5080 - Methods of Analysis for Business Operations 3
MSL 5200 - Crisis Communication Management 3
MSL 6000 - Psychological Foundations of Leadership 3
MSL 6040 - Current Issues in Leadership 3
Electives 6
Select two of the following courses. Students may also select any MBA or MOS course.
MHR 6451 - Human Resource Management Methods 3
MBA 5501 - Advanced Marketing 3
MHR 6401 - Employment Law 3
MSL 5100 - Applied Research Project 3
Total 37 Semester Hours

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