About the MSL Program
The Master of Science in Leadership (MSL) is a 64-quarter credit hour program. It is designed to provide the knowledge base and skills that will contribute to the professional and development needs of women in today’s society. Women pursuing this degree are interested in gaining hands-on experience and the intellectual capacity to achieve leadership locally, regionally and globally.
The Master of Science in Leadership program provides the resources to adequately prepare female leaders. All courses are infused with a woman’s perspective that incorporates leadership, professionalism, commitment and embrace the concept of “women lifting women as they climb.” Program courses are designed to be theoretical and applicable to real-life experiences in the community, the workplace and the across the globe.
The program was developed by a team of noted educators in consultation with women in leadership positions from both public and private sectors. Students who complete this program will be empowered and equipped with the requisite knowledge, expertise and confidence that will position them to effectively lead at advanced levels in their personal and professional lives.
The program is distinctive because it is taught in flexible accelerated formats by women who are experts and leaders in their professions. Highly esteemed female and male guest speakers and panelists provide their expertise in various courses. Each student is assigned an academic advisor and a mentor who is a proven leader. All students are provided an opportunity to engage in internships and externships.
- Master of Science in Leadership (M.S.L.) Brochure
- Master of Science in Leadership (M.S.L.) Course Descriptions
- Master of Science in Leadership (M.S.L.) Curriculum
- Master of Science in Leadership (M.S.L.) Student Testimonials
- Master of Science in Leadership (M.S.L.) Testimonials
- Master of Science in Leadership (M.S.L.) Women Advisory Council Members