Leadership is "a process whereby an individual influences a group of individuals to achieve a common goal” (Northouse, 2016).
Where are you looking to anticipate the next change in your life? Change is inevitable!
Based on the trend for developing Managers and Leaders in Organizations, earning a Master of Science in Administration with an emphasis in Management and Organizational Leadership will provide information that is current and transferable in your job, organization, or career.
30 credit hours
Graduate Management Cluster
IBA 54000 Management and Administrative Theory
IBA 54100 Organizational Behavior
IBA 54675 Employment Law and Management
Graduate Leadership I Cluster
IBA 54320 Leadership Theory
IBA 54550 Leading Transformational Change
IBA 54720 Business Ethics and Leadership
Graduate Leadership II Cluster
IBA 54420 Organizational Change Management
IBA 54850 Managing in a Global Environment
IBA 54875 Designing Organizations
IBA 60100 Business Policies and Strategies
Are you courageous enough to abandon a practice that has made you successful in the past? Be a visionary leader and be a forward thinker.
As leadership trends evolve, organizations need to develop leaders that are effective, results oriented, and successful in motivating employees and meeting goal objectives. Based on a recent research study of 4,000 companies, Rosalinda Torres (2014) explained 58% of companies had significant talent gaps for critical leadership roles and 50% of companies failed to develop effective leaders for the 21st century.
What is the diversity of your leadership skills, behaviors, and stakeholder network? Develop and grow your network!
Based on the current trends in leadership, this program will help leaders gain knowledge, develop skills, and behaviors that can be used in your organization. As the business world continues to grow and change, effective leaders of the 21st century strive to be different, break out of the comfort zone, develop relationships, willing to take risks, learn new approaches for solving problems.