Graduate Certificate - Management and Leading Change, M.A. - Management and Leading Change
Antioch University Midwest's Graduate programs in Management and Leading Change program is designed to offer a distinctive graduate education that prepares students at any stage in their professional development to be principled leaders in their respective fields of practice. The curriculum is designed to promote the integral thinking required to understand and lead change in a constantly shifting globally oriented world. The program will be trans-disciplinary; accepting professionals from a wide range of fields and in a variety of positions engaged in private, public, and entrepreneurial work. The program will expose participants to all elements of leadership and change, including theoretical perspectives, conflict, ethics, decision making, resilience, policy issues, and sustainable change. Faculty and staff engage lifelong learners who want to make a difference in the world by meeting them where they are, as well as challenging and supporting them on their developmental journey. Taking an action inquiry approach, the program will combine core knowledge and skills with experiential learning in domestic and international systems.
Antioch University Midwest is an integral unit of Antioch University which is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA).
Higher Learning Commission
of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools
30 North LaSalle Street
Chicago, IL 60602-2504
Antioch's Credentials also include federal government recognition of eligibility for various forms of federal assistance, grants, and contracts, including the eligibility of Antioch students for federal financial aid and veteran's benefits. The University is in compliance with appropriate federal laws and regulations concerning civil rights, affirmative action, tax exemption, and eligibility for foundation support.
International Student Requirements:
University Midwest welcomes applications from international students for the M.A. in Management and Leading Change program. The program is designed for working professionals, to be completed from where they live and work. Therefore, we do not issue the I20 document necessary for the student visa. Students in these programs must be able to travel to the short residencies required without needing a student visa. A TOEFL score is not a requirement for admission purposes; however, all academic work must be submitted in English. International students should secure their own funding as scholarships are not available.