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MASTER OF SCIENCE IN ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERSHIP
When businesses need someone they can rely on to make decisions regarding implementing new programs, cutting costs, training employees, and more, you can be the valued employee they turn to. A Master of Science in Organizational Leadership can help prepare you to become this crucial member of any organization.
Organizational leaders are able to work in nearly every industry. Some may work in an office setting and others may travel from main offices to regional offices or training facilities, but all of them must have great interpersonal skills, careful attention to detail, and a strong sense of initiative. If this sounds like you, we may be able to help you reach your potential in the challenging field of organizational leadership.
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- Organizational structure.
- Leadership of diverse teams.
- Decision making.
Practitioner Track vs. Research Track
The M.S. in Management program allows students to choose from two tracks, a practitioner track and a research track, which are composed of 8 three-credit courses.
The practitioner track focuses on qualitative and quantitative analysis and decision making as it applies to a comprehensive application of management.
The research track is based on a theoretical understanding of management as it applies to the critical evaluation of research and theory, alongside strategy and execution.
Both tracks include an optional internship to give students real world management experience.
Expected related job openings due to growth, replacement, and retirement between 2012-2022