Alternate content for script Text Only VersionSkip to Main Content

Masters of Science in Strategic Leadership MSSL

Rosemont College’s Master of Science in Strategic Leadership degree program is designed for current and aspiring leaders who want to be at the forefront of organizational and societal change. The program focuses on innovation, change management and leadership development, with coursework that emphasizes the practical application of ethical leadership concepts and skills, critical thinking, organization innovation, decision-making and creative problem-solving. Rosemont College’s MSSL degree gives you a competitive edge by ensuring your education and skills are relevant and up to date with innovative leadership practices.

 

leadership “I love the Leadership Graduate Program, the professors, and the structures of the classes. My journey at Rosemont has been nothing but amazing. Thank you Rosemont.”

 – Christen Anderson

 

 

 

Students in the MSSL program will learn the fundamentals of ethical leadership and decision-making, along with how to communicate and lead in a culturally diverse environment at the organizational level. Our program teaches you how to lead change for innovation and alignment and gives you access to best practices for communicating across cultures and generations. You will learn how to best use technology to improve organizational effectiveness, along with the fundamentals of operating a business in a global economy. The MSSL curriculum provides you with the skills you need to leverage human capital as a tool to foster knowledge transfer and develop and implement strategist planning models.

The 33-credit program is designed to be completed in less than two years. Classes can be taken at Rosemont’s campus on the Main Line, the College’s Center City location or online and onsite or entirely online. 

 

 Program Courses Include:

MSL 6600

Leadership Fundamentals: Ethical Leadership and Values-Driven Organizations (3 credits)

MSL 6610

Information Systems Strategy (3 credits)

MSL 6625

Organizational Psychology and Behavior (3 credits)

MSL 6630

Power and Politics of Communication (3 credits)

MSL 6640

Ethics, Integrity and Social Responsibility (3 credits)

MSL 6653

Economics in the Workplace (3 credits)

MSL 6670

Leading Change for Innovation and Alignment (3 credits)

MSL 6710

Globalization and Cultural Negotiation** (3 credits)

MSL 6715

Decision-Making Methods (3 credits)

MSL 6730

Developing a Learning Organization for the Knowledge-Based Economy (3 credits)

MSL 6760

Thesis* (3 credits)

 

 *Students may waive their thesis if they take additional coursework leading to one of two business certificate programs:

• Entrepreneurship Certificate - two extra classes

• Leadership Certificate - three extra classes

 

 

** The Global Study Program campus

May be taken in place of Global Awareness

This is an in-depth study of the global business community. Participants will travel to a major international city and examine the implications of conducting business abroad. Students will observe cultural differences, organizational structure, leadership theories/practices, technology, legal, political, social, and ethical issues. 

• Completed online application

• Official undergraduate transcript from an accredited four-year college or university

• Copy of current resume Written documents can be e-mailed to gpsadmissions@rosemont.edu

 

• Convenient evening courses

• Accelerated seven-week sessions

• Rolling admissions

For our current tuition rates, go to

Rosemont.edu/SGPSTuition

Tuition discount for all IBC/AHA employees

 Apply Here:

Rosemont.edu/sgpsinfo

Direct Questions to:

Rosemont SGPS Admissions Counselor

610-527-0200 x2598