This M.A. in Management degree program is based on Distributed Adaptive Leadership—preparing today’s executives to mobilize people and solutions in response to accelerating change, market disruption, and social discord. In this program, students will:
- Diagnose, deploy, and evaluate adaptive solutions in distributed systems
- Mobilize diverse talent factions
- Nurture thriving individuals, teams, enterprises, and communities
- Systematically address and disrupt racial and other inequities
Saybrook’s approach sets itself apart from other leadership programs in employing a systems approach with real-world issues and real-time practice. Practicum integrates academic learning with practical experience, calling on all aspects of curriculum to design, deploy, and evaluate a specific solution while leading a team.
This master’s in Management program is an 18‐month, lockstep cohort program intended to be completed in four consecutive semesters (including summer sessions)—earning 36 credits to graduate. Graduates of this program will have developed interpersonal and critical thinking skills essential for today’s leaders—enhancing the opportunity to advance their careers as managers and leaders in for-profit, nonprofit, or governmental organizations.
Embody real-world practices that mobilize corporations, governments, and nonprofits to thrive.