A distinctive aspect of CCU's master's in Organizational Leadership is the yearly National Leadership Session, which gives students the opportunity to apply leadership essentials face-to-face with fellow students and professors.
CCU’s Master's in Organizational Leadership (MOL) program is focused on effective organizational leadership in today's uncertain and constantly changing world. The research-based, servant-leadership degree is based on best practices from scholarly literature that emphasize human and organizational transformation.
Online courses are typically seven-weeks long. The annual National Leadership
Sessions take place at CCU's main campus.
As a student in CCU's master's in leadership program, you will focus on applying leadership principles to real-world social problems, such as environmental issues, immigration, health care, genetic engineering, human rights, and more. You will zero in on specific contemporary issues that challenge leaders in government, non-profits, business/economics, community, education, and religion.
You will also explore the concept of “servant leadership”, and consider how to incorporate the eternal wisdom and love of Jesus Christ in the way you lead others. And you will actively engage in endeavors that have a sustainable impact in public policy and social change – encouraging you to think globally and take action locally.
Part of your preparation will come in the form of applying scholarship to systems of communication, including social media. The course on social technology and public policy will provide you with unique learning opportunities and robust participation in the American democratic process and the rules and regulations that influence public policy. By utilizing social media in a positive way, you can influence others while better understanding yourself and your purposes in the process.
Another distinctive aspect of CCU's master's degree in Organizational Leadership is the yearly National Leadership Session, hosted on CCU's main campus. All MOL students are required to attend the annual National Leadership Sessions each year to fulfill a three credit in-seat requirement -- a total of 6 credit hours over two years. The two annual sessions give you an opportunity to apply leadership essentials face-to-face with fellow students and professors.
For students with extenuating circumstances, and who are unable to physically attend (e.g., deployed active military), the National Leadership Sessions will be available online.
The Master's of Organizational Leadership program is ideal for adults who aspire towards senior management positions, or want to be successful business owners or ministry leaders. If you are interested in a master’s degree in leadership, but not interested in the business administration or finance focus of an MBA program, the MOL program can be an excellent fit for you.
The organizational leadership courses in CCU's MOL program can benefit skilled professionals from diverse industries, giving students an opportunity to learn from their peers, as well as their professors. They have in common the desire to become more effective leaders who are grounded in Christian ethics. The program’s leadership principles and skills apply to both for-profit and non-profit fields, as well as the military, law enforcement -- and any organizational setting. The program also prepares graduates for future doctoral studies.
Enhance your education and your career with master's degree in Organizational Leadership from CCU. Find out more about the MOL program at Colorado Christian University by contacting us today!
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