The KU School of Business offers a leading-edge, dynamic Master of Science in Business and Organizational Leadership program focused on building the foundational leadership skills necessary to excel in today's complex world. The program is designed on the fundamental principles of business leadership, drawing on emergent thinking in leading, ethics, team-building, and strategy. The curriculum incorporates useful, practical knowledge balanced across the central components of leadership.
The Master of Science in Business and Organizational Leadership program consists of 30 credit hours, and KU may grant up to six hours of transfer credit for leadership electives completed during ILE-CGSC or at other accredited institutions. The program leverages a hybrid curriculum, with 12 credits offered in a classroom setting and 12 in an online environment. The curriculum can be completed in ten months (August to May), and students have the option of applying their coursework toward a KU Master of Business Administration, which can be pursued online at your own pace.
- MGMT 706: Managing People (3 credits, online)
- MKTG 706: Marketing (3 credits, online)
- BE 718: Economics (3 credits, online)
- ACCT 706: Accounting (3 credits, online)
- MGMT 705: Ethical Decision Making (2 credits)
- MGMT 710: Leadership Philosophy and Practice (2 credits)
- MGMT 728: Managing Strategic Direction (2 credits)
- MGMT 761: Strategy and Organizational Design (2 credits)
- MGMT 762: Management Skills and Teams (2 credits)
- MGMT 763: Leadership Capstone (2 credits)
Electives (six credits)
The MS-BOL program consists of thirty credit hours. Twenty-four of those are delivered by KU School of Business faculty, with six credits of advanced leadership electives articulated from the CGSOC curriculum or other accredited institutions.