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M.S. in Management and Leadership

Program Overview

The Master of Science in Management and Leadership (MSML) is a degree program built on the development of organizations and internal culture. You will explore the in-depth functions of management while focusing on the use of effective leadership skills to achieve organizational pursuits. The core curriculum emphasizes the use of these skills to increase quality and productivity for individuals and groups while supporting overall organizational growth and change. A major component of the MSML program is the application of ethical decision making and the exploration of the social responsibilities that you may encounter as a manager.

The program teaches you to use accounting and financial data, as well as technology infrastructure, to manage an organization effectively and efficiently. Through the application of case studies, you will be enabled to think critically and creatively about implementing management strategies in an ever-changing environment while reflecting on past examples. Individual and team projects engage you in problem solving and decision making while developing innovative solutions to market opportunities for competitive advantage and organizational success. You will integrate concepts learned throughout the program and apply analytical techniques to address the challenges and opportunities faced by organizations in an environment of constant change. Graduates of the degree program are positioned to lead and support an organization’s vision for growth, stability, and increased competitive advantage.

Program Coursework

The specific degree requirements on the website are for illustrative purposes and may change at any time. Please contact the Registrar's Office, Academic Advising or refer to the course catalog for detailed program requirements.

For additional information contact admissions or program faculty.

Nicole M. Horvath

Assistant Director of Admissions for Adult and Professional Studies

Enrollment Management - Admissions Graduate

nmhorvath1@stritch.edu

(414) 410-4709

David W. Snieg

Chair - Business Programs|Faculty - Sport and Recreation Business