The Organizational Leadership Master of Arts program is intended for individuals who have five or more years of professional work experience.
The focus of the program is the personal and professional development of the individual as a facilitator and manager of change in self, others, and organizations. These skills are becoming increasingly critical as organizations seek to remain relevant and competitive in a rapidly changing world.
The curriculum incorporates multidisciplinary concepts from the social sciences, business, communications and education.
Organizational Leadership education based on morality, ethics and social justice. We discover and question theories and practices toward: "Seeking truth within an unfolding and living tradition flourishes when minds and hearts are free to dialogue, willing to risk certainty and give questions a full explanation." - Ruth Poochigian, ed., Meeting the Charism Again/For the First Time, Dominican Values, "Building Community"
We perform this task through research, discussion and applied fact-finding via personal interaction and collaboration.
Associate Professor of Leadership, Graduate College517-264-7663 Associate Professor of Leadership, Graduate College248-799-5490 ext. 7226
#1. Morally based leadership education
#2. Work on the assumption that the status-quo is an illusion
#3. People- and data-centered research and practice