Organizational Leadership Concentration Online

The MBA leadership program prepares individuals to embrace significant leadership responsibilities in either the public or private sectors. Courses help students to understand the challenges and opportunities inherent in a leadership role. Upon completion of this concentration, the student should be able to apply leadership principles to work with people and processes within a profit or not-for-profit organization.

Concentration Objective

Upon completion of this concentration, the student should be able to apply leadership principles to work with people and processes within a profit or not-for-profit organization.

CONCENTRATION COURSES12 CREDIT HOURS

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    This course investigates the importance and impact of individual and organizational behavior upon the culture, climate, and structure of an organization. The practical application of human resource theories in the organization is introduced, emphasizing the relevance of the theories to contemporary events.
     
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    This course will investigate the importance and impact of leadership on the function and performance of organizations. The topics covered will also include organizing, leading, and controlling groups and organizations, along with a survey of current literature on the topic of leadership.
     
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    This course includes an examination of the processes and approaches of strategic leadership beginning with the setting of direction through the defining of the organization's mission and vision. The analysis of the development, implementation, and attainment of measurable strategic goals will include a review of how managers evaluate internal and external environments as part of this process.
     
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    This course is designed to analyze and evaluate ethical, legal, and moral issues facing individuals and within the context of a Christian biblical worldview. Students will be challenged to critically examine the challenges for leaders and managers to infuse and support ethical principles in an organizational culture.
     

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