Executive Leadership Specialization

Leadership and Innovation (MS)

Leadership and Innovation (MS) Executive Leadership Specialization

The Executive Leadership specialization prepares you for management positions and career advancement in a wide-ranging variety of non-profit organizations, community organizations, and government positions. Competencies and skills within the Executive Leadership specialization include human resources administration, financial administration, and administrative strategies within organizations. Become an innovative leader and transform your organization from within.

Examples of careers related to the Executive Leadership specialization include:

  • Administrator
  • Non-Profit Director
  • CEO
  • Project Manager
  • Community Organization Director
  • Government Administrator
  • Public Services

Career Outlook

Careers in management are expected to grow by 9% over the next ten years, and the median annual wage for management positions was $109,760 in 2020. 

Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

Learner Outcomes

Upon completion of the degree program, students will be able to:

  • Analyze the importance of collaborative service to both the local and global community through evaluation of social and organizational problems and the application of creative solutions.
  • Evaluate ethical and social justice issues faced by the modern organization coupled with the administrative leadership and resources required to effectively deal with these challenges.
  • Analyze the significance of an inclusive community in the workplace characterized by interdependence, dignity and equality, compassion, and respect for self and others.
  • Synthesize knowledge of administrative and leadership concepts, theories, models, and techniques within the broad social, economic, ethical, technical, and political environments related to all types of organizations.
  • Apply academic research methods to analyze, synthesize, and effectively manage knowledge in the workplace.

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