Master of Science in Organizational Leadership
The Master of Science in Organizational Leadership degree program focuses on current and emerging leadership theories, best practices, skills, knowledge of global events and diverse cultures, and tools used to enable organizational innovation, creativity, and change in complex work environments.
The program of study includes an exploration of critical issues and emerging theories, employee motivation and morale, organizational change, communication strategies, training and development, strategic decision-making, business ethics, project teams, and business policy and operations.
Upon completion of the program, students should be able to do the following:
- Analyze the impact of critical issues and emerging theories in leadership on the role of leadership in organizational performance.
- Examine methods that foster employee motivation and morale in an environment affected by organizational change.
- Analyze processes utilized to control and manage organizations.
- Evaluate legal aspects and communication strategies associated with leading a diverse workplace.
Estimated time of completion of this program is 3 years.
|Graduates will successfully complete 36 semester hours outlined below
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