Master of Science in Leadership


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Course Overview

Not all managers are leaders-yet the most effective managers eventually become leaders. A great leader can drive not only a business but an entire industry. With a master’s in management and leadership, you’ll be prepared to do just that.

Leadership’s graduate degree is designed to help you develop and refine the skills you need to be a more strategic manager and leader. Our program will equip you with the understanding of global business practices and motivational skills needed to not just manage people but to rally them behind you. Our cutting edge curriculum will help to amplify your abilities for developing solutions to complex problems and situations. You will understand how to analyze industry trends and their impact on your organization as well as anticipate, plan and execute organizational change. Download Course Catalog.

Program Structure:

Course Code First Semester Courses Credit
MSL 801 Strategic Management 5
MSL 802 Applied Business Ethics 5
MSL 803 Organizational Science 5
MSL 804 Psychological Measurement 5
MSL 805 Organizational Behavior 5
MSL 806 Creativity 5
Course Code Second Semester Courses Credit
MSL 811 Advanced Research Methodology 5
MSL 812 Decision Making 5
MSL 813 Leadership Skills and change Management 5
MSL 814 Multivariate Data Analysis 5
MSL 815 Managing Workplace Diversity 5
MSL 816 Teams Dynamics and Effectiveness 5
Course Code Third Semester Courses Credit
MSL 821 Stress and Productivity 5
MSL 822 Training and Development 5
MSL 823 Persuasion and Influence 5
MSL 824 Economic Psychology 5
MSL 825 Organizational Learning 5
MSL 826 Career Planning 5
Course Code Fourth Semester Courses Credit
MSL 831 Investment Management 4
MSL 832 Oil and Gas Management 4
MSL 833 Transition Leadership 4
MSL 834 Business Policy and Strategic Management 4
MSL 835 Counseling 4
ENT 836 Entrepreneurship 5
MSL 837 Master Thesis 5


Career Opportunities

Unlike more narrow and defined careers like accounting or law, a career focused on leadership and management can take many different forms—from a division leader at a large, fast-moving tech company to the head of a small startup or non-profit organization. With the right skills and qualifications, you can work toward a leadership position that suits your goals and personality, whether that means advancing at your current company or exploring leadership opportunities in totally new areas.

  • Top executive, including CEO, CFO, and COO
  • Human resources manager or director
  • Computer and information systems manager or director
  • Emergency management director
  • Financial manager or director
  • Medical and health services manager
  • Sales manager or director


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