Master of Business Administration in Organizational Leadership
Organizational leadership refers to influencing employees to effectively plan, initiate and guide change.
- Detailed knowledge of contemporary leadership theories and practices
- Understanding of leadership issues and global business principles
- Deep understanding of company relationships
- Knowledge of various conflict-resolution techniques, particularly within the context of leaders acting as change agents
- Ability to identify and process complex information, and to make qualitative and quantitative management decisions under uncertain conditions
- Promotion of high ethical standards and ethical behavior at all times
- Understanding and appreciation of promoting diversity
- Ability to assess the impact of emergent technological trends, and changes in a firm’s leadership practices and competitive strategies
Quality and Convenience: This degree refines leadership skills and concepts, and allows graduates to step forward with greater confidence and mastery of an organizational unit.
Growth Potential: “Top executives devise strategies and policies to ensure that an organization meets its goals. They plan, direct, and coordinate operational activities of companies and public or private-sector organizations.” – U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)
Job Opportunities: This program prepares students for corporate management roles. Top executives earn a median salary of $101,250 (BLS, 2010).Program Description: Our organizational leadership program was recently devised and is based on conversations with local companies that span source, goods, distribution and manufacturing as well as the service industry. The program is comprised of 10 courses; each is 10 weeks. Students typically take two courses at a time. Prerequisites may not be required and are based on the students’ prior education. Students who lack a statistics background may find an introductory course in Statistics helpful. A GMAT (Graduate Management Admissions Test) score of 400 or higher is required