"Contrary to the opinion of many people, leaders are not born. Leaders are made, and they are made by effort and hard work."
-Vince Lombardi, professional football coach (1913-1970)
"Leadership" is both one of the most frequently used and most misinterpreted terms in the business vernacular. Yet, leadership capability is one of the most critical characteristics of personal and professional success. How does one develop the skills to become a successful leader?
We believe it starts with self-awareness, and requires many of the qualities developed in the master of science in organizational leadership. In this program, students delve into contemporary business principles including:
Offered by the School of Business, the 33-credit master of science in organizational leadership program is designed to foster graduate-level growth and development in six areas essential to leadership:
Students may choose from one of our four professional focus tracks—human resource leadership, public service/nonprofit leadership, strategic leadership and health care management. These tracks build on the core courses and provide expertise for professionals seeking to enhance their leadership skills in these areas.
The School of Business is accredited by AACSB International, a voluntary international accreditation earned by only 5 percent of the business schools in the world. In 2013, Quinnipiac's online graduate business programs were named among the nation's best in U.S. News and World Report.