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FUTURE STUDENTS

Online Master of Science in Leadership Degree Program

Overview

The Master of Science in Leadership (MSL) is a 36 credit hour graduate online program, designed to enhance the professional skills of business managers and executives. The program caters to adult professionals who seek to develop and increase their management and leadership roles in business, education, church, and other areas of their professional lives.

Intended to grow the individual's comprehension of internal and external social, legal, political, and economic forces as they affect the decision-making process within an organization, this online master degree in leadership has been structured to serve both holders of baccalaureate degrees in business as well as other disciplines.

Master of Science in Leadership classes are offered in eight week "terms." Project Team activities enhance the learning process and the development of problem-solving skills. All courses are taught from the foundation of the biblical worldview, and students are taught to lead with conviction, think critically, and achieve success according to Christian principles.

In addition to the core MSL classes, students can go on to earn concentrations in Human Resources, or Ministry.

Objectives

The following are the Executive Development Learning Objectives of the Master of Science in Leadership Online program:

Master of Science in Leadership Curriculum Summary

Course #Course NameCredits
MSL601 Introduction to Graduate Education 3
MSL624 Ethical Problems 3
MSL640 Organizational Behavior 3
MSL630 Leading Productive Teams 3
MSL643 Financial Analysis 3
MSL658 Principles of Executive Leadership 3
MSL646 The Legal Environment of Business 3
MSL665 Conflict Resolution 3
MSL660 Human Resources 3
MSL668 Organizational Change 3
MSL686 Strategic Leadership 3
MSL670 Leadership Capstone 3
TOTAL CORE 36

Course Descriptions

See Online College Catalogue for Master of Science in Leadership course descriptions.


Admission Information