Master of Leadership & Management
The Master of Leadership and Management program provides a broad-based education in leadership and management principles and practices that will enable working professionals to navigate the ever changing world of complex organizations. The program combines the traditional approaches of leadership and management with the emerging ideas necessary for leading organizations in the 21st century.
Program Learning Outcomes
Demonstrate a structured knowledge of leadership principles and practices.
Demonstrate a structured knowledge of management principles and practices.
Assess and use the various techniques for organizational design and change.
Explain how leadership and management practices are used in a cross-cultural relationship.
Apply analytical skill in the research and solution of problems
Demonstrate facility in critical thinking and ethical decision-making
Develop and use communication, negotiation, quantitative and synthesizing techniques.
The Master of Leadership and Management program is organized into a curriculum of leadership and management courses that stress the core principles and practices as well as new approaches to leading and managing any organization.
The student must complete a total of twelve courses totaling a minimum of 36 units and then complete a program comprehensive examination or an approved project within seven years of enrollment in the program.