Masters of Arts In Organizational Leadership – Ethics
Inspire Positive Change Through Values-Based Leadership
The M.A. in Organizational Leadership with an Ethics concentration teaches working professionals how to guide organizations towards purposeful and responsible decisions in a diverse, globalized world. You will be led through a unique series of online courses that integrates personal mindfulness, professional awareness, and global consciousness for skillful leadership in any organizational context.
By the end of the program, you will develop concrete skills in collaboration, conflict resolution, ethical decision-making, and inspiring diverse teams towards common goals. As a graduate of this program, you will have the knowledge and skills to lead more effectively and courageously influence your organization in making ethical decisions that have a positive impact.
The M.A. in Organizational Leadership with a Concentration in Ethics aligns with the mission of Claremont Lincoln University to produce leaders capable of respecting differences and collaborating with those of different viewpoints to resolve problems:
- Mindfulness: Apply awareness of self and the multi-faceted perspectives of others to lead in local and global contexts to reach common goals.
- Conflict Resolution: Assess the cause of conflict in organizational settings and apply strategies to resolve and leverage conflict in diverse environments.
- Ethical Theories: Articulate the major theories of ethical thinking and assess their implications in a contemporary, global context.
- Ethical Leadership: Lead ethically and responsibly in positions of power in a workplace, community, or organization.
- Social Good: Analyze the spaces on the continuum between the corruptive nature of power and social responsibility.
- Strategic Communication: Demonstrate the interpersonal and engagement skills necessary for effective leaders to achieve innovative and collaborative resolution to community and organization issues.
- Global Ethics: Evaluate and resolve multiple ethical perspectives and their impact on organizational effectiveness.
- Leadership Theories: Articulate and apply the major theories and principles of leadership, conduct analysis and recommend appropriate change strategies.
- Action Research: Research, design, develop, and implement a capstone project plan to affect positive change in an organization.
The curriculum for the M.A. in Organizational Leadership with an Ethics concentration begins with a professional assessment that guides you towards self-awareness and defining your own values. You then learn how to apply those values to leadership and decision-making in the context of various ethical, economic, philosophical, cultural, religious, humanistic and contemporary worldviews.
Organizational Leadership courses are taken along with courses from The Claremont Core®. These courses teach the engagement skills necessary to implement the theories and ideas from the concentration courses. You’ll also have the opportunity to interact with and learn from students in other programs.
Organizational Leadership Courses
The Claremont Core
Capstone Action Project
Claremont Core Curriculum
Engagement Skills for Creating a Sustainable Impact
In an increasingly interconnected world, leaders who want to make positive, sustainable change need to develop the critical perspectives and collaborative skills necessary to reach across traditional barriers of ideology, culture, and faith. At CLU, we put development of these capabilities at the center of our degree programs. The result is the Claremont Core®, a sequence of four innovative courses. Progress through the Core takes you through a process of self-awareness and steadily evolves towards engagement with others and society at large.
As a graduate of the M.A. in Organizational Leadership with an Ethics concentration, you’ll be equipped to enhance your leadership performance and extend your influence in your current vocational field. This degree can apply to a broad range of occupational fields, including:
- Social enterprises
- Government agencies
- Non-government organizations (NGO)
- Faith-based organizations
- International business and manufacturing
- International finance organizations