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Candidates will pursue this master's degree in a cohort model of course offerings with program-related experiences to integrate theory and practice. Classes will meet on a non-traditional schedule to allow for employment and incorporate evenings, weekends, web-enhanced, and web-based formats.

Contact Information
Julia Acosta
477 Allyn Hall
937-775-2506
julia.acosta@wright.edu

Dr. Sharon Heilmann, Director


Contact the Leadership Development Program


Benefits of the MSLD
  • Enhance your leadership position in your occupational field.
  • Enhance critical thinking and ethical decision making skills as a leader.
  • Improve communication, collaboration and group process skills which can be applied to a global society.
  • Develop skills in assessment, research, and evaluation needed for organizational improvement.

  • Admission Requirements
  • Minimum 2.7 undergraduate GPA and score at or above the fiftieth percentile on the GRE or MAT.
  • Candidates with a 3.0 or higher undergraduate GPA are exempt from submitting GRE or MAT scores.
  • 5 years or equivalent work experience.
  • Final candidate selection will be based on prior college work GPA (and MAT/GRE Scores, if required), work experiences, a program committee interview, written essay, and a recommendation by the program admissions committee.
  • Program admission is on a rolling basis.
  • LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
    Master of Science in Leadership Development

    The Master of Science in Leadership Development (MSLD) will address the principles of individual-based leader development, focusing on processes that build the capacities of groups in organizations. The major goal of the program is to prepare candidates capable of applying knowledge, critical analysis, improvement strategies and research to common challenges encountered in business, community, educational and non-profit organizations.

    Course #
    Course Title
    Credit Hours
    LDR 7010 Theories of Organizing, Leading, and Change 3
    LDR 7030 Building Leadership Capacity 3
    LDR 7050 Moral Leadership: Ethics, Social Justice, and Authenticity 3
    LDR 7070 Teaming, Communication, and Collaboration in a Global Society 3
    LDR 7090 Organizational Intentionality and Sustainability 3
    LDR 7100 Developing Interpersonal Competencies 3
    LDR 7200 Emerging Issues in Leadership 3
    LDR 7300 Research Methods for Leadership 3
    LDR 7450
    Reviewing Leadership Literature & Research Design 3

    LDR 7600 OR

    LDR 9990

    *Research Project OR

    * Thesis

    1-6
    *Minimum of 3 credit hours in either course  
    Total Credit Hours: 30-33
    Program information last modified Thursday, 23rd August, 2012 @ 07:56am