The graduate program in management provides the knowledge and skills necessary to help executives in both the for-profit and nonprofit environments appreciate and address a myriad of concerns, ranging from ethical and human rights issues to globalization and environmental protection.
Students have the option to concentrate in nonprofit management or law enforcement leadership, or they may choose a departmental or individualized concentration. Students who opt to pursue a concentration adhere to the program's core curriculum yet choose electives tailored to their focus area.
Concentration in Nonprofit Management
Students who concentrate in nonprofit management complete courses designed to develop their management skills in the nonprofit sector. Coursework focuses on issues related to the management of nonprofit organizations.
Concentration in Law Enforcement Leadership
Students who concentrate in law enforcement leadership acquire the skills necessary for effective leadership in the field of public safety. Grounded in the University's mission of universal justice, the concentration develops professionals with the knowledge and integrity to solve problems in their communities.
Students who choose a departmental concentration complete three of their six electives in one of the following areas of study: administration of justice and homeland security, health care administration and management, holistic studies, international relations or rehabilitation studies. Students interested in a departmental concentration should contact the program director.
Students who choose an individualized concentration complete three of their six electives on related topics from the University's graduate course offerings. Students who would like to design a concentration in an area of their choosing, such as entrepreneurial studies, should contact the program director.