The Master of Arts in Leadership Studies is an action-oriented program designed to empower you to become a change agent in your organization and community. Coursework will build on your foundational knowledge and help you develop effective leadership and organizational skills so you can transform lives. FPU’s combination of cutting-edge academic subjects and relevant practical applications address challenges for leaders who want to make a difference. In addition, integrating ethical leadership practices and creative approaches to change adds value for organizations and communities.
- Designed to fit your busy schedule
- Classes offered one evening per week, one class at a time
- Face-to-face class meetings with blended online components
- Master's research project is supervised in class by faculty
- Taught by faculty with extensive academic & real world experience
- Gain new perspective on leadership and collaborative learning
- Gain competencies needed to lead change and address new challenges
This degree prepares professionals for positions in senior management, non-profit administration, business planning and a wide array of leadership roles, such as memberships on boards of directors and positions in community leadership. This degree is not only beneficial to graduates; organizations also benefit as these individuals integrate and implement ethical leadership practices and an objective approach to managing change.
Ranjan George, Ph.D.
Suzana Dobrić Veiss
Breck Harris, Ed.D.
- Application form and fee
- Official transcripts verifying BA/BS degree
- One current professional reference form
- Statement of intent
- Program Interview Verification form
- Minimum 3.0 GPA
- If GPA is under 3.0, submit a letter of petition and a designed test/writing sample to indicate critical and analytical writing skills (GRE, GMAT, MAT results or other exam)
Required Courses (36 Units)
|LEAD 707||Organizational Behavior and Group Dynamics||3|
|LEAD 705||Introduction to Leadership Studies||3|
|LEAD 732||Change and Transformation Strategies||3|
|LEAD 734||Integral Inquiry||3|
|LEAD 720||Communications and Marketing||3|
|LEAD 721||Conflict, Collaboration and Negotiation||3|
|LEAD 730||Financial Decision Making||3|
|LEAD 762||Leadership in Different Contexts||3|
|LEAD 752||Developing Proposals for Change||3|
|LEAD 722||Human Resource Management||3|
|LEAD 723||Ethics and Sustainable Leadership Strategies||3|
|LEAD 766||Leadership Capstone Project||3|