Director of Graduate Programs and the Hans A. Nielsen College of Business
The MA in organizational leadership program is designed with the working professional in mind. It consists of 30 semester hours of credit, which includes foundation courses, core curriculum, capstone and electives. Students can take courses in the classroom, online or a combination of both.
- Classroom: Residential courses are offered on campus one night a week from 6 -9, Monday through Thursday. Small class sizes (average of 12 students) ensure individual attention from our experienced professors.
- Online: Web-based courses are geared to provide motivated learners greater flexibility as they read and discuss assignments and take online tests and quizzes. Students do not have to be online at a certain time; however, there are deadlines for assignments.
- Blended: Blended courses are also an option for certain courses, combining online with residential.
|Course Code||Course Name||Credit Hours|
|BUSI 607||Fundamentals of Leadership||3|
|BUSI 609||Servant Leadership||3|
|BUSI 610||Managing with Excellence and Integrity||3|
|BUSI 611||Advanced Human Resource Management||3|
|BUSI 612||Advanced Organizational Behavior||3|
|BUSI 619||Power and Influence||3|
|BUSI 623||Business Ethics from a Christian Worldview||3|
|BUSI 634||Leading Organizational Change and Transformation||3|
|BUSI 643||Coaching and Mentoring Capstone||3|
|BUSI 644||Leadership Dynamics and Decisions||3|
|BUSI 699||Exit Assessment||0|
Total Credit Hours: 30
This course should be taken near the end of the program, but does not have to be the last course completed.
MA Exit Assessment
At the end of their program, all students are required to complete BUSI 699, Exit Assessment (0 credit hours) in their final semester, as a graduation requirement.