The online MBA at Queens University of Charlotte lets you master executive leadership skills by connecting you with real-world leaders like Hugh McColl, retired Bank of America CEO and namesake of our McColl School of Business. The program is offered in a flexible format and built on a foundation of integrating leadership principles with core business concepts such as strategic planning, organizational behavior, finance, and marketing.
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Gain deeper knowledge and skills to evaluate various capital investment and financing decisions faced by corporations operating in a competitive, global environment.
Integrate theories and best practices to recognize and address ethical challenges, apply current healthcare law, develop a strategic plan, and understand the employee lifecycle in healthcare practices.
Through a concentration in Leadership & Change, you will develop a deeper understanding of yourself, the human dynamics of organizational change, and the frameworks associated with leadership and change management so that you are equipped to make decisions that facilitate positive organizational change.
The landscape of leading organizations is changing, and more companies are turning to coaches to increase their effectiveness and sustainability. To meet that demand, students take an innovative approach to developing the skills students need to improve the performance and satisfaction of individuals and teams to achieve organizational goals.
There is no application fee, and GRE/GMAT waivers are available to qualified students.
- You will have access to an executive coach to create a personalized development plan.
- You will complement your core instruction with a selection of 4 in-demand concentrations.
- You will strengthen your leadership style using HBDI assessments and 360° feedback systems.
"The entire faculty and staff at the McColl School is dedicated to developing whole leaders, keenly self-aware and ready for any challenge."
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