Online Master's in Management and Leadership
Gain the management and leadership skills you need to spearhead projects, coordinate activities, manage operations, supervise personnel and motivate people with an online Master of Science in Management and Leadership. At Multnomah, we believe a strong moral character is essential to the ethical practices necessary to build successful organizations. That’s why our experienced faculty integrate biblical wisdom with theory and practice in a way that will equip you to lead well in the dynamically changing workforce. So whether you’re a team member looking to further your career or a manager eager to expand your responsibilities, an MS in Management and Leadership will broaden your horizons like never before.
- Enjoy the flexibility and convenience of a fully online program
- Complete your degree in 22 months
- Take one 8-week course at a time
- No GRE score required for admission
- Experience a discussion-centered learning model
- Learn from respected faculty with experience in the field
- Integrate biblical wisdom with management practices
- Students will be able to demonstrate knowledge of major organizational management and leadership theories to interpret and understand individual, group and organizational behavior.
- Students will be able to synthesize and use multiple tools to plan and implement strategies to help their organization succeed.
- Students will be able to demonstrate how to mitigate, manage and transcend conflict.
- Students will be able to describe how their Christian worldview influences their ethics of organizational management and leadership theory and practice.
- Students will be able to describe the practical ways that various approaches of management and leadership help individuals, groups and diverse organizations function.
- Students will be able to analyze and evaluate organizational health in terms of individuals, groups and systems.
When you earn our Master of Science in Management & Leadership degree, you may qualify for a variety of mid-level management positions in a range of professional fields and industries, such as healthcare, education, non-profit organizations, law enforcement, sales and manufacturing. The specific positions you may qualify for will depend on the scope of your undergraduate major and previous work experience.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the need for general and operations managers should continue to be strong through 2024, with 6 percent job growth anticipated which will result in about 505,400 new jobs. The median annual wage for management occupations was $100,790 in May 2016, which was the highest wage of all the major occupational groups.
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