M.S., Organizational Leadership Requirements (36 credits)

Program Core Courses
MSL 600Leadership Theory, Application and Reflection2
GRD 601Writing for Graduate Students1
MSL 601Strategic Orienteering and Execution Tactics3
MSL 602Communicating and Leading Across Cultures3
MSL 603Innovation and Adaptive Change3
MSL 604Approaches to Human Capital3
MSL 790Leadership Capstone3
Choose a concentration below or Electives18
Students must complete 18 graduate-level credits consisting of courses in: Leadership, Business, Health Care Ethics, Health Care Leadership, Medical Anthropology, Negotiation and Conflict Resolution, and/or Public Health. Due to the variety of electives available each term, students should contact the Program Director for specific offerings each semester.
Total Credits36

Business Leadership concentration (12 credits):

Select from the following:12
Finance Seminar
Marketing Dynamics Seminar
Leadership and Organizational Behavior
Business, Ethics and Society
Seminar in Management
Information Systems Management
Ethical and Professional Standards I
Ethical and Professional Standards II
Fixed Income and Derivatives I
Quantitative Analysis I
Corporate Finance
Financial Statement Analysis I
Economics of Investment Management
Or other courses as approved by the Program Director.

Healthcare Leadership concentration (12 credits):

Select from the following courses:12
Health Economics and Finance
Health Planning and Marketing
Public Health Leadership
Organizational Development and Organizational Change
Clinical Practice and Quality Assurance
Ethics in EMS
Education for EMS Professionals
Human Resource Management in Healthcare
Facilitation and Group Processes
Scholarly Reading and Writing
Health Policy
Research Ethics
Law and Health Care Ethics
Social and Cultural Contexts of Health Care
Philosophical Bioethics
Theories of Justice
Practical Ethics in Health Care Settings
Ethical Aspects of End-of-Life Care
Public Health Ethics
Catholic Bioethics
Oral Health Care at the Intersection of Professional and Business Ethics
Most HWC courses or other courses as approved by the Program Director.