Center for Creative Leadership
MBA: Law Enforcement Cohort instead
of Public Safety Cohort
Elevate Your Leadership and Business Skills
Take your leadership and business skills to the next level with National University’s Center for Creative Leadership Master of Business Administration program. NU and the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL) are partnering to offer the Center for Creative Leadership MBA, drawing strengths from both institutions to create one of the most unique MBA leadership development programs.
CCL believes that leadership development ignites transformational change in individuals, teams, organizations, and communities. This leadership-focused MBA combines the best practices of CCL’s leadership development programs with NU’s expertise in delivering multifaceted business content, such as finance, accounting, and economics. The CCL faculty bring their methodology, passion, and 50-year heritage, so your leadership training can be well-respected and help give you an edge in the job marketplace.
All courses in the MBA leadership online program are taught by skilled faculty from their respective institutions. Courses emphasize practical, hands-on experience in targeting real-world challenges and leading the way to solutions. Throughout the program, you will grow as a leader and learn how to navigate the current economic and social climate of business in a meaningful and authentic way.
To specifically meet the needs of 21st-century policing, National University has created a closed cohort session of the CCL MBA to begin on January 3, 2022. This cohort will provide the same content and background of topics with the addition of faculty that have an additional lens of public safety, providing a space for you to learn from your peers in the industry.
CCL MBA can be completed in as quickly as 12 months (15 classes).
GMAT not required for admission.
Join peers in a January 3, 2022 start date
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Program Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of the CCL MBA, students will be able to:
- Analyze the impact of organizational decisions on stakeholders through financial and economic analysis and risk assessment, and create an alternative course of action
- Utilize critical thinking in communication efforts, and communicate with clarity and efficacy in a variety of formats
- Implement quantitative analysis methods against relevant information and data trends in relation to operations and decision-making
- Apply the ethical responsibilities of an organization and evaluate the ethical, legal, and political implications of business practices
- Illustrate leadership theories to diagnose the effects of leadership behaviors on organizational performance and change management plans that result in increased potential for individuals and the organization to achieve desired outcomes
- Critique one’s leadership skills and continuously adapt to a variety of complex, multicultural team and organizational settings
The CCL MBA courses utilize a strategy of “assess, learn, practice, and apply” to engage and motivate you through a series of experiential exercises. Throughout the program, you will workshop challenges that you and your peers have experienced in your careers, allowing you to problem-solve real-world issues in real time.
|Scheduling||Duration (weeks)||Course||Course Descriptions|
|January||4 weeks||LMBA 600||Orientation course (Prerequisite for all other courses)|
|February||4 weeks||LMBA 601||Introduction to Leadership|
|4 weeks||LMBA 602||Data-Informed Decision Making (Research)|
|March||4 weeks||LMBA 603||Emerging Issues in Management and Leadership|
|4 weeks||LMBA 604||Practice of Leadership|
|April||4 weeks||LMBA 605||Fundamental of Economics|
|May||4 weeks||LMBA 606||Financial Statements and Managerial Accounting|
|June||4 weeks||LMBA 607||Corporate Finance and Financial Structure of an Enterprise|
|4 weeks||LMBA 608||Leading in a Diverse Community|
|July||4 weeks||LMBA 609||Marketing in an Information Age|
|August||4 weeks||LMBA 610||Organizational Design and HRM|
|September||4 weeks||LMBA 611||Leading Change|
|October||4 weeks||LMBA 612||Leading Across Boundaries|
|November||4 weeks||LMBA 613||Strategic Leadership|
|December||4 weeks||LMBA 614||Capstone: Strategy|
- 15 courses; 45 quarter units
- *Core Competency Course
|LMBA 600*||Orientation Course (1 quarter unit) – Prerequisite for all|
|LMBA 601||Introduction to Leadership (2 quarter units)|
|LMBA 602*||Data-Informed Decision Making (4 quarter units)|
|LMBA 603*||Emerging Issues in Management and Leadership (3 quarter units)|
|LMBA 604||Practice of Leadership (2 quarter units)|
|LMBA 605*||Fundamentals of Economics (4 quarter units)|
|LMBA 606*||Financial Statements and Managerial Accounting (4 quarter units)|
|LMBA 607*||Corporate Finance and Financial Structure of an Enterprise (4 quarter units)|
|LMBA 608||Leading in a Diverse Community (2 quarter units)|
|LMBA 609*||Marketing in an Information Age (4 quarter units)|
|LMBA 610*||Organizational Design and HRM (3 quarter units)|
|LMBA 611||Leading Change (4 quarter units)|
|LMBA 612||Leading Across Boundaries (2 quarter units)|
|LMBA 613||Strategic Leadership (2 quarter units)|
|LMBA 614*||Capstone: Strategy (4 quarter units)|
- Leadership: A Social Process Of Direction, Alignment, & Commitment
- Four Fundamentals for a Strong Leadership Foundation
- Leading a Diverse Community – Biases and Breaking the Habit
- Considerations for Successfully Leading Change
- Leading Across Boundaries: Boundary Spanning in Business
- How To Become a Strategic Leader: Helpful Tips