MS in Management and Leadership

Program Learning Outcomes

Goal 1: Students will be able to demonstrate an increased self‐awareness and personal understanding.

  1. Students will design and generate (on an individual basis) a personal development plan by the end of the program.
  2. Students will develop the ability to synthesize and integrate information from assessments, feedback, and self-reflections.
Goal 2: Students will develop strong working knowledge of managerial and leadership capabilities in a values-centered framework.
  1. Students will demonstrate the ability to put leadership and influence principles into practice.
  2. Students will demonstrate critical thinking skills.
  3. Students will learn and practice conflict management and negotiation skills.
  4. Students can appraise ethical dilemmas, recommend solutions, and assess the consequences of those solutions.
  5. Students will be able to demonstrate knowledge of talent management.
Goal 3: Students will show competency in managing people and teams within public/private organizations.
  1. Students will be able to transform an organization by leading and managing change.
  2. Students will be able to use effective interpersonal communications.
  3. Students will be able to interpret team dynamics and practice effective team membership and leadership.
Goal 4: Students will demonstrate multicultural competency
  1. Students will be able to adapt to a global environment and practice global leadership skills.
  2. Students will be able to relate to a diverse workforce and practice effective management of diversity.

 


The assessment portfolio linked below contains the program's curriculum maps, rubrics, and other important assessment documents. The folder serves as a central location where program committee members can visit to keep track of assessment-related items and tasks.