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Organizational Leadership

Master of Science in Organizational Leadership Overview

 

University of Providence’s Master’s of Science in Organizational Leadership, Management Concentration, is the next step for the working adult who wishes to step up to the next level in their organization. Our program is designed for the entry-level manager, or the employee who wishes to enhance their managerial skills. The program courses were designed with the non-profit organization in mind, while certainly a government employee will benefit from the program.

A core benefit of UP’s program is the diversity of professional students that stimulates exchanges and integrations of learning. All courses are administered on-line and in eight-week formats for working professionals who are choosing this program as professional development in their current or future administrative roles.

The MSL degree program outcomes are to prepare students to:

  • Analyze and evaluate ideas, data, policy, and practice to improve decision-making within organizations.
  • Identify and examine the financial, human, data and other organizational resources using the latest evidence.
  • Apply ethical, cultural, regulatory and legal factors to enhance value-based systems.
  • Design, implement and evaluate a personal leadership plan that incorporates key program concepts.

 

Program Curriculum

 

Organizational Leadership Degree

Skills You’ll Learn

Students who earn a Master’s of Science in Organizational Leadership from the University of Providence will learn these skills and more:

  • Leadership practices
  • Communication
  • Budgeting
  • Grant-writing
  • Personnel management
  • Marketing
  • Training

 

Career Outcomes

With a Master of Science in Organizational Leadership from UP, your role as an up-and-coming manager, or existing role as manager, will be expanded with a broader view in the skills that are needed in today’s world and are applicable to any organization or industry.

 

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How long will it take to complete a Masters in Organizational Leadership?

The 36 credit (12 courses) program is set up in eight-week courses, with three to four courses offered in the fall, spring, and summer term. If a student’s schedule permitted it, the program could be accomplished in as quickly as three semesters.

How much will I make with a Masters in Organizational Leadership?

This depends completely on location and cost of living. The University of Providence makes every Organizational Leadership student ready for a managerial position.

What kind of jobs can I get with a Masters in Organizational Leadership?  

The program is designed for a managerial role, yet the skills can, and are applicable to any role within an organization.

Program Faculty

Gail Belfert, J.D.

Professor of Criminal Justice
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James Lautenschlager, MBA

Assistant Professor of Business
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Katrina Stark, D.M.

Professor of Business
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Contact Information

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