Effective Leadership. Every Day.
Expand your leadership impact—in any industry, any organization, anywhere.
Effective Leadership is Not One-Size-Fits-All
You know this. You’ve experienced it in your own professional journey. And you’re determined to rise above that mentality as you maximize your ability to lead others well. So, where do you start?
You engage critical thinking, emotional intelligence, and applied problem-solving in distinctly biblical ways. You examine collaboration, conflict management, and employee motivation from every angle. You explore leadership styles, communication methods, and teamwork fundamentals in pursuit of developing your own approach to effective leadership.
In short, you expand your understanding and ability of leadership to fit any situation, in any corp
What Can I Do with a Master of Organizational Leadership degree?
A master’s degree in organizational leadership prepares you for diverse leadership roles in business, healthcare, education, and more. You can become a manager, executive, or work in roles like human resource management, organizational development, or change management, helping organizations thrive and grow.
Your degree equips you to become a transformational leader and inspire others, making a significant impact in your chosen field.
Human Resources Manager
Organizational Development Specialist
Training and Development Manager
Study Leadership from Every Angle
- Managing Organizational Behavior
- Leading with Ethics and Integrity
- Human Resources Management
- Marketing Strategy
- Project Management
- Leading Organizational Change
- Leadership Theory and Development
- Communication and Conflict Resolution
- Personal Leadership and Emotional Intelligence
*Any other 3-hour course from the MBA program for which the student meets the prerequisite requirements. The elective course may also be taken from another graduate program at NGU, if approved by the Associate Dean for Graduate Business programs.
Stories that Started Here
Matthew Pace ʼ21
The online program provided the flexibility to further my education while still fulfilling my professional obligations as well as my responsibilities as a husband, father, leader, and student.