It has been said that â€śgreat leaders are born, not made,â€ť but the person who said that had never met a graduate of the Broadview University Master of Science Managerial Leadership program. Designed specifically to build your leadership skills and expertise, and taught by industry experts, you will learn to lead with confidence, and be prepared for leadership roles in various departments and operations.
As a student of Managerial Leadership, youâ€™ll learn to:
54 credits are required. Graduate in as few as 18 months by taking 9 credits per quarter, year round.
Average salary for regulatory affairs, investment fund, and security managers.
Bureau of Labor Statistics 2016
Classes are offered in six-week sessions so you can better balance your studies with your life.
As part of the local community for more than 40 years, we have listened to community experts and tailored a program that gives you the edge you need to lead others in an ever-evolving global marketplace. Your Master in Managerial Leadership will prepare you for leadership roles in departments and operations across a wide range of industries, such as:
Broadview courses are led by industry-experienced faculty members who have proven themselves in the real world. You will benefit from faculty who bring real world, on-the-job experience into every class. Our focus on applied learning means that, even before you earn your degree, you can take what youâ€™re learning and use it in your current professional position.
Being a leader involves understanding the people you lead and how best to direct, motivate, and inspire them to succeed, while at the same time balancing ethical issues against the productivity demands of the organization.
When balancing ROI metrics against qualitative assessments, it can sometimes be easy to overlook the value of the individuals â€“ the â€śhuman capitalâ€ť â€“ represented on the balance sheet. This course will provide an in-depth examination of measuring that human capital based on a nonlinear, integrated approach. Topics including aligning employee performance with improved recruitment, training and development and retention practices; the relationship between human resources and organizational development; and the balance of human capital investments and accountability will all be explored, and their impact on ROI discussed.
This course will explore the challenges facing business leaders regarding their responsibilities to employees and society, and the legal and regulatory systems that enforce those principles. Working in teams and in study groups students will examine case studies in business ethics and law, review published cases, and reach plausible solutions to address the issues.
In this hands-on class, students will use case studies in various aspects of operations management to create and apply models maximizing individual and team performance, service and product effectiveness, and overall productivity. They will then create formative and summative assessments to evaluate the strategies used to increase operational effectiveness.
MS in Management Emphasis
Required baccalaureate degree and major
|Managerial Leadership||Bachelor of Science degree in BusinessÂ Administration, Management, or relevant business/management discipline|
|Bachelor of Arts or other baccalaureate degrees in relevant disciplines may be considered equivalent based on evaluation by, and approval of, academic services department personnel|
Upon receipt of the documents listed above, the program administrator (or designee) will conduct an interview to determine your acceptance into the program. The program administrator (or designee) will complete a Student Evaluation Form as an objective assessment to determine whether you will be accepted into the MS in
Management program. You must receive at least the minimum score on the Student Evaluation Form. A copy of this form is available from the admissions department staff.
Based on individual circumstances, the program administrator may grant conditional acceptance to the MS in Management program. Any student admitted conditionally will need to meet all conditions prior to the last day of the studentâ€™s first quarter in the program. If the student does not meet the conditions prior to the last day of the first quarter, the student will be withdrawn from the program. Candidates seeking entrance into our masterâ€™s programs may not apply more than once per quarter.
Enjoy the same student services as on-campus students, including academic advising, free online tutoring, personal support from faculty, and ongoing job-search assistance from your career services advisor. Our online learning orientation gives you the guidance and confidence you need to succeed as an online learner.
CampusConnect is the online tool youâ€™ll use to access course materials, submit assignments, and connect with instructors and classmates. Receive guidance through your entire Broadview experienceâ€”from enrollment to career search. Our service desk is there to assist you via phone and email with any technological issues.
Through LibraryConnect, our virtual library, youâ€™ll have access to our huge collection of reference materials, e-books, databases and journalsâ€”and support from our librarians.
Many of our applicants are accepted without having to take the GMAT. We start with your bachelorâ€™s degree transcript, resume, and letters of recommendation, and then go from there.
Tuition is $625 per credit hour, and fees are just $100 per course. Our Net Price Calculator helps you estimate the total cost of your education.
Our strong work credit and transfer credit programs may help you earn your degree faster and at a lower overall cost. Transfer up to 50% of the program (27 credits). Prior to learning and work experience may count toward program credit.
Broadview University is proud to be a Military FriendlyÂ® School. We will review your military transcript to determine if we can award college credit for your military service.
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