Required Courses (27 q.h.)

Please take courses in order listed below.

LDR 6100 Developing Your Leadership Capability 3 q.h.
LDR 6110 Leading Teams 3 q.h.
LDR 6115 Powerful Communication  3 q.h. 
LDR 6120 Creating Leadership Capacity: Developing Bench Strength 3 q.h.
LDR 6135 The Ethical Leader 3 q.h.
LDR 6140 Developing the Strategic Leader 3 q.h.
LDR 6145 Managing a Diverse Workforce 3 q.h.
LDR 6150 Transforming Organizations  3 q.h. 
LDR 7995 Master's Project (recommended as last course in program) 3 q.h.

 

Elective Courses (3 q.h.)

Complete one of the following courses: 

LDR 6125 Managing Organizational Culture  3 q.h. 
CMN 6060 Negotiation, Mediation, and Facilitation 3 q.h.
CMN 6110 Group Dynamics and Interpersonal Conflict:
Meeting Management
3 q.h.
CMN 6080 Intercultural Communication in the Organization 3 q.h.
COP 6940 Personal and Career Development: Leadership in Practice (enrollment into this course requires participation in the cooperative education program) 3 q.h.
INT 6943 Integrative Experiential Learning 3 q.h.
CMN 6015 Introduction to the Digital Era: The Power of Social Media 3 q.h.

 

Concentrations (15-16 q.h.)


Health Management Concentration

HMG 6110 The Organization, Administration, Financing, and History of Health Care 3 q.h.
HMG 6130 Health-Care Strategic Management 3 q.h.
HMG 6140 Principles of Population-Based Management 3 q.h.
HMG 6160 Health-Care Information Systems Management 3 q.h.
HMG 6170 Health Law, Politics, and Policy 3 q.h.


Human Resources Concentration

HRM 6005 Creating a High-Performance Organization: Strategic Organizational and HRM Choices 3 q.h.
HRM 6010 Total Compensation 3 q.h.
HRM 6020 Strategic Recruitment, Training, and Performance Management 3 q.h.
HRM 6030 Employee Rights and Employer Obligations 3 q.h.
HRM 6040 High-Performance HR Systems and Development 3 q.h.


Leading & Managing Technical Projects Concentration

PJM 6000 Project Management Practices 3 q.h.
PJM 6205 Leading and Managing Technical Projects 3 q.h.
PJM 6210 Communication Skills for Project Managers 3 q.h.
PJM 6215 Leading Remote Project Teams 3 q.h.
PJM 6220 Planning and Scheduling Technical Projects 3 q.h.


Nonprofit Management Concentration

NPM 6110 Legal and Governance Issues in Nonprofit Organizations 3 q.h.
NPM 6120 Financial Management for Nonprofit Organizations 3 q.h.
NPM 6125 Promoting Nonprofit Organizations 3 q.h.
NPM 6130 Fundraising and Development for Nonprofit Organizations 3 q.h.
NPM 6140 Grant and Report Writing 3 q.h.


Organizational Communications Concentration

CMN 6010 Foundations of Organizational Communication 3 q.h.
CMN 6020 Ethical Issues in Organizational Communication 3 q.h.
CMN 6050 Crisis Communication 3 q.h.
CMN 6090 Organizational Culture, Climate, and Communication 3 q.h.
CMN 6110 Group Dynamics and Interpersonal Conflict: Meeting Management 3 q.h.


Project Management Concentration

PJM 5900 Foundations of Project Management* 4 q.h.
PJM 6000 Project Management Practices 3 q.h.
PJM 6025 Project Scheduling and Cost Planning 3 q.h.
PJM 6015 Project Risk Management 3 q.h.

 Choose two** of the following courses:

PJM 6125 Project Evaluation and Assessment 3 q.h
PJM 6135 Project Quality Management 3 q.h
PJM 6140 Managing Troubled Projects 3 q.h
PJM 6705 Portfolio Management 3 q.h. 

*This course is required for students who do not have at least two years of professional experience working on projects. This course is only intended for those who are not familiar with professional project work. Students with two years or more of professional project experience should not take this course.

**Students who take PJM 5900 are only required to take one course within this section.


Sport and Social Change Concentration

LDR 6410 Leadership and Organization in Sport 3 q.h.
GST 6102 Global Basics: Global Corporate and Social Responsibility 4 q.h.
HSV 6120 Social Inequality, Social Change, and Community Building 3 q.h.
LDR 6360 Dynamics of Change at the Community and Social Level 3 q.h.
LDR 6427 Gender and Diversity in Sport 3 q.h.

 

Total Quarter Hours: 45-46

Tuition rates, all fees, rules and regulations, courses, and course content are subject to revision by the president and the Board of Trustees at any time.

Please note: Effective August 1, 2011, courses from FIN and ACC may not be applied towards this degree.

Attention: If you enrolled before Winter 2012, contact your student success specialist for your curriculum.

 

 

Quick Info

  • 45 Quarter Hours
  • $26,730.00 total tuition (*)
  • Full-time years to completion: 1 year
    Part-time years to completion: 2 years
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