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17th May 2017, 04:00 PM
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Re: MBA in Leadership and Change Management

The College of Business of Concordia University offers several MBA Programs.

MBA, BANKING AND FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
MBA, HEALTH CARE MANAGEMENT
MBA IN LEADERSHIP AND CHANGE MANAGEMENT
MBA IN SCHOOL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
MBA IN SPORTS MANAGEMENT
MBA, CHIEF SCHOOL BUSINESS OFFICIAL
MBA IN NOT-FOR-PROFIT MANAGEMENT APPLICATION DEADLINES

Here I am giving information about MBA in Leadership and Change Management Program for your reference:

Length and Format:
Part-time (in the classroom), two years
Online, two years

Course Schedule:
Part-time: Classes meet Wednesday evenings from 6:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Students take one class at a time for eight-week terms.

Online: Students complete all coursework and discussions online. Students take one class at a time for eight-week terms.

Tuition Cost:
$699 per credit hour
Thirty-nine credits are required to complete the MBA program.
Payment is due at the start of each term. Financial aid is available.

Total Credit Hours: 39

Class Size:
Average class size: 15
Maximum class size: 25 (15 online)

Curriculum:

Core Courses:
Global Managerial and Organizational Behavior: Examine interpersonal behavior related to organizational performance. Behavioral science motivation, social perception, group decision making, ethical leadership and multicultural behavior.

Financial Accounting and Analysis: Introduction of key financial accounting concepts. Analysis of a firm’s historical, current and prospective financial condition and performance. Emphasis on investment and credit decision.

Marketing Design and Strategy: Developing and evaluating brand strategies over the life of the product. Strategies for introducing brands and reviving brands. Includes basic marketing principles of product, price, promotion, environment and customer.

Managerial Economics: Focus on basic microeconomic principles of the firm and relevance in business decisions. Covers supply and demand and its relationship to market outcomes and economic determinants of consumption, savings, and labor behavior.

Seminar in Descriptive Statistics: Basic statistical concepts and analytical tools for data driven decision making. Introduction to concepts of frequency, distribution, variation and normal curve correlations with application to business decisions.

Ethical Strategic Leadership: Decision making, negotiations and ethics. Cultural impact on management strategy. Create value, motivate resources, leading and creating high performance teams. Integrating performance across business units.

Macroeconomic Analysis: Focus on creation of money, function and roles of financial institutions, fiscal and monetary policy and the Federal Reserve system. Covers economic theory of financial markets and impact of government policies, determinants of national income, employment, investment, interest rates, inflation and exchange rates.

Management of Human Resources: Analyze policies in human resource management and organizational design, recruitment, selection hiring, development promotion and incentive based pay.

Operations Management: Concentrates on strategic decisions surrounding the production and delivery of goods and services. Value-added activities that transform resources into product. Covers process analysis, quality, inventory control, capacity planning and location decisions.

Concentrations:
The Leader as Trainer, Mentor and Coach: Best practices in training, coaching and mentoring as a means of creating and sustaining organization culture and climate.

Leader Development - Cultivating, Sustaining and Renewing the Organization: The leader as the lead learner in the organizational and personnel development, leadership legacy and professional renewal initiatives.

Leadership Communication and Decision Making: Effective communication skill sets and competencies used in organizational communication and decision-making in global, real-world and virtual environments.

Agents of Change: The roles and processes in organizational intervention in relation to organizational culture, climate, communication, mental models, constructivism, diagnostic interaction, change theories.

Capstone Experience: This class is designed to integrate the knowledge and skills gained from the MBA program and apply them in a real world business environment. Students will learn how to use teamwork to develop a business plan and solve authentic business challenges.

Contacts

7400 Augusta St
River Forest IL
60305-1402
(708) 771-8300

Last edited by Rajkumar Agarwal; 17th May 2017 at 04:02 PM.


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