Whether you believe that leaders are born or made, one thing is for certain: leaders, and the organizations that rely on them, can benefit from focused education in managerial practices. If you want the opportunity to develop practical managerial skills to an advanced level, Warner-Pacific College can help.
Our Master of Science in Management and Organizational Leadership (MMOL) is structured to help you develop advanced management skills through hands-on learning experiences and study of selected real-world case studies.
Who This Master’s Degree is For
The Master of Science in Management and Organizational Leadership is an advanced degree. It is suitable for working adults with a bachelor’s degree who:
• Want advanced managerial skills for leading people, teams, and organizations;
• Want to understand the influences of financial and regulatory pressures on management;
• Want to compete for executive-level roles.
What Our Master’s in Management Can Teach
Warner Pacific’s MMOL is a 34-credit master’s degree that can be completed in two years. It is designed to produce graduates who have practical skills in coaching, management, and executive-level decision-making, all grounded in strong ethical principles.
Course topics in this program include:
• Organizational Leadership Theory and Practice
• Financial Environment of Organizations
• Coaching, Mentoring, and Conflict Resolution
• Leading Change and Transformation
• Leading High-Performance Teams
Learning experiences in this degree program are designed to connect practically with current issues in students’ workplaces. At the end of the program, students complete an integrated organizational leadership project that demonstrates their mastery of course skills and content.
How the Program Works
Warner Pacific’s ADP degrees, including the Master of Science in Management and Organizational Leadership, are cohort programs in which 14-22 students progress towards their degree together. Small classes help foster strong relationships with instructors and facilitate productive discussions.
Our ADP programs are also convenient. In order to accommodate full-time employment, cohorts meet once a week in the evening. Additionally, students can choose from locations throughout Portland and Vancouver.
Northwest Association of Schools and of Colleges and Universities, Commission on Colleges and Universities