"Before I began this program I thought of leadership as something that was done at the top by the leader. Now I realize that the best leaders are the ones who create healthy relationships within their organizations ..."
- Andy Alvey, Alumnus, 2009
You will explore the nature and forms of leadership required to steward private, public and non-profit organizations in the 21st century in this 23-month hybrid online program. The program is designed to promote real and effective change in the participants and in their organizations through a rigorous program grounded in a relational and collaborative leadership model.
The program requires successful completion of 36 units, and the completion of a learning portfolio. Thirty-three units are earned in the program core curriculum described below. Upon approval from the director, up to three units may be transferred from graduate courses taken at other accredited colleges or universities.
|Module I||The Practice of Building Learning Communities
|Module II||Values, Ethics and Decision Making|
|Module III||Leadership Theory|
|Module IV||Global Context for 21st Century Leadership|
|Module V||Leadership in Action|
|Module VI||Sustainable Organizational Change|
|Module VII||Building Cross-Cultural Capacity|
|Module VIII||Policy, Leadership and Systemic Change
|Module IX||The Future of Leadership|
|Module X||Personal and Organizational Learning|
|Module XI||Leadership Project|
To read a full description of each course, click here.