The MBA’s Concentration in Strategic Leadership is taught by practitioners in managing a wide array of organizations and teams. This degree addresses strategic challenges and opportunities directly in the student’s world and as part of the global economy. It applies to both a corporate and entrepreneurial approach to solving problems and capitalizing on new business ventures.
Outcomes of the Concentration in Strategic Leadership:
Explore common leadership behaviors and behaviors of teams and learn how to manage personalities and foster motivation and success.
Refine effective communication, problem solving, critical thinking and analytical skills as they relate to leadership in a diverse global organization.
Develop advanced knowledge in theory and practice of traditional and contemporary leadership theories, including the evolution of leadership and the development of new leaders.
Delve into the economics of leadership and how economics plays into strategic planning, decision making and motivation.
Learn how best to lead organizations and multicultural teams in today’s global economy.
Develop advanced understanding of project management and professional ethics and how they related to positions of leadership.
Through case studies, industry research and joint ventures, increase awareness and knowledge in strategic planning.