Leadership

MBA Concentration or Master of Science

Use your influence to grow organizations and develop people.

For individuals who want to become experts in management and communication processes in public or private organizations, this program focuses on essential skills and knowledge with a balance of practical and theoretical training. You'll learn to inspire, grow, and motivate individuals and teams in support of strategic organizational development.

Employers want people they can trust to handle leadership responsibilities ethically and skillfully. This degree will develop and equip you to lead with excellence using biblically-based models. You'll gain an understanding of how organizations work, how to provide leadership to a company, and how to implement ethical business practices.

Program Length
The M.S. in Leadership is a 30-credit-hour program and can be completed in less than two years. The MBA with a concentration in Leadership is 36-45 credit hours, depending on whether a student has undergraduate coursework in a business-related field. Students typically complete the program in approximately two years. 

Course Format
You can earn this degree 100% online or through a combination of online and in-person classes at the John Brown University Rogers Center.

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"Becoming a leader is synonymous with becoming yourself. It is precisely that simple and it is also that difficult."

Warren Bennis

MBA vs. MS: What's the difference?

The Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Leadership concentrates more on ethical decision making and leading the organization as a whole. It also focuses more on technical business skills. The Master of Science (MS) in Leadership is a broad degree that focuses more on the people side of this concentration than the business side of leadership. For more details, view the degree requirements for both programs.