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Master in

Business Administration (Coaching Concentration)

Program Description

Master of Business Administration (Coaching Concentration)

The Master of Business Administration – Coaching degree provides students with the leadership skills expected in today’s business environment. This concentration is for leaders who want to learn to improve morale and remain calm in heightened situations, to build trust with others, and to facilitate team-building. Students have the chance to learn and improve upon problem-solving, public speaking, and listening skills as well as learn how to coach in a workplace environment, accommodate personal interactions, coach a team, work with executives in a coaching relationship and coaching in a project management setting.

 

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The Master of Business Administration with a concentration in coaching is designed to produce graduates who are able to:

  • Demonstrate effective communication skills necessary to successfully analyze and present business reports to a diverse workforce.
  • Apply critical reasoning to establish professional conclusions using appropriate techniques and models in collecting and analyzing external and internal data.
  • Differentiate between the structures in global business organizations that support and are used to manage a socially and culturally diverse work force.
  • Demonstrate an appreciation for integrity and ethical decision making by contrasting the roles, tasks, and decisions of business leaders and other professionals in business, industry, and non-profit organizations.
  • Analyze external and internal influences on business by integrating formal academic learning with personal business experience to make effective business decisions.
  • Utilize appropriate technologies to achieve organizational objectives by gathering information and developing an understanding of the key issues facing business to make effective decisions in a global business environment.
  • Demonstrate effective coaching strategies and techniques as they apply to individuals and teams.
  • Analyze internal and external environmental factors that affect the development of effective coaching strategies for C-level executives.

Program Plan for the Master of Science in Business Administration Degree with a concentration in coaching

BUS 560 Business Ethics 3
MGT 500 Modern Management 3
MGT 530 Marketing Management 3
BUS 510 Managerial Accounting 3
BUS 540 Managerial Economics 3
BUS 580 Strategies for Change 3
MGT 590 Advanced Organizational Behavior 3
BUS 699 Graduate Capstone 3
CORE TOTAL 24
COH 510 Coaching in the Workplace 3
COH 515 Personal Coaching 3
COH 520 Coaching Teams 3
COH 525 Executive Coaching 3
CONCENTRATION TOTAL 12
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