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Program Overview

The Master of Education, Higher Education program is designed for candidates with an interest in working in administrative positions in institutions of higher education, civic organizations, non-profit organizations, national government organizations, or the social sector. Program coursework provides students with a strong grounding in leadership / management / organizational development with particular attention to the higher education context.

Addressing the growing demand for higher education professionals, the curriculum emphasizes theory, research methods and data analysis, as well as substantive knowledge and skills development in organizational leadership, particularly as it pertains to higher education. Delivered in a convenient online format the M.Ed. Higher Education provides students with a well- rounded foundation in higher education administration, and the ability to personalize the curriculum to meet their needs through elective courses and project / internship experiences.

The M.Ed. Higher Education program is 45 credit hour program that consists of 10 core courses, two electives courses, an Internship or Capstone Project, and Master’s examination. The M.Ed. Higher Education program is offered fully online.

The M.Ed. Higher Education faculty is comprised of professors from multiple fields; several professors currently work in higher education administration and can provide first-hand experience education.

The M.Ed Higher Education Program welcomes graduate candidates interested in working in higher education and similar fields.

In the pursuit of the M.Ed. Higher Education degree, students complete coursework, work on their internship/project, and prepare for graduation.

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Leadership

Todd Wanek

President CEO

The seeds of Todd Wanek’s passion for furniture were planted in the mid-1980s.During high school and college, Todd worked in all aspects of the business including shipping, production line, machine maintenance, product design and engineering, finance, and global sourcing.

Shortly after graduating from the University of Wisconsin-Stout, with a Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial Technologies, he moved to Asia to serve as the general manager of Ashley Furniture Industries Taiwan. He continued to live and work in Asia from 1989- 1993, establishing and managing Ashley Furniture Industries business development in China, Malaysia, Thailand, Taiwan, and Indonesia.

Todd returned to the U.S.in 1994, spearheading the purchase of an upholstered furniture manufacturing operation in Ecru, MS. At that time he assumed responsibility for Ashley Furniture Industries upholstery production as well as the company’s growing international operations. Two years later, Todd Wanek was promoted to Ashley Furniture Industries President and Chief Operations Officer, assuming responsibility for all of Ashley Furniture Industries worldwide operations.

By 1999, Ashley Furniture Industries was a major player in almost every product category and one of the best marketers in the furniture industry. Just three years later, Todd succeeded his father to become Ashley Furniture Industries Chief Executive Officer, a position he holds today. Todd is widely considered the industry’s foremost authority on international trade, manufacturing, marketing, and distribution.

Todd, through his leadership and vision, has been responsible for Ashley Furniture Industries sustained growth since he became CEO in 2002. Staying true to Ashley Furniture Industries vision, “We want to be the best furniture company, ” Todd continues to cultivate the company’s continuous improvement culture. Todd’s passion for improving Ashley Furniture Industries operations, products, and services is unrelenting to this day, positioning the company for continued growth into the future.

Awards

Lead Advocate of Innovative Medical Research

Ron Wanek

Founder Chairman of The Board

As a young man, Ron Wanek’s enthusiasm for furniture was inspired by his grandfather and great uncle who built furniture as a hobby.

Working for a newly formed company called Winona Industries, Ron reported to three brilliant owners who he described as perfectionists. One was an engineer, one was a marketer and innovator, and the other was an excellent administrator. Ron was fortunate to be able to work with each of them to learn virtually every aspect of the manufacturing business.

In 1963, an opportunity arose to start a new operation in Red Wing, Minnesota, and Ron became involved in the startup and management of the business, receiving excellent mentoring. It was this history that helped create Ron’s foundation for his life and business career.

In 1970, Ron Wanek and a group of investors set out to make a difference in the furniture industry by forming Arcadia Furniture Corporation. This upstart furniture manufacturing company – with Ron Wanek responsible for establishing and managing operations – was in an industry dominated by large companies. In the beginning, Arcadia Furniture Corporation wasn’t considered a serious contender in the U.S. furniture industry.

Over the next six years, Ron learned all facets of the furniture business, including the importance of having a strong brand name. In 1976 Arcadia Furniture Corporation and Ashley Furniture merged into one company: Ashley Furniture Industries. Inc. The new company could now fully leverage a brand name that had been in existence since 1945. Ron’s determination and expertise were the driving force in laying the groundwork for one of the most incredible success stories in the history of the furniture industry.

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Wisconsins s Entrepreneur of the Year Award


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Leadership Master of Arts – M.A.

Stellen Sie sich einmal folgende Situation vor: Sie sind in Ihrem Job nicht nur richtig fit, sondern brillant. Sie setzen Maßstäbe, sind bestens organisiert und Ihr Engagement geht weit über das geforderte Leistungsniveau hinaus. Die Folge: Ihre Leistungen werden anerkannt. Sie erhalten das Angebot, eine Führungsposition zu übernehmen. Gut, wenn Sie darauf vorbereitet sind! Natürlich gibt es weitaus mehr Gründe, eines Tages in einer Führungsposition beschäftigt zu sein, als eine Beförderung: so zum Beispiel die Übernahme eines Familienunternehmens oder den Schritt in die Selbstständigkeit. Jedoch gibt es selten die Gelegenheit, sich vorab einmal intensiv mit sich selbst und explizit mit den Besonderheiten der praktischen Tätigkeit einer Führungskraft zu beschäftigen, um folgende Fragen beantworten zu können: Möchte ich das? Kann ich das? Welche Ziele habe ich? Wo liegen meine Grenzen? Bei uns – und in dieser Region einmalig(!) – haben Sie die Chance, sich inhaltlich eingehend mit Themen wie Führung, Leitung, Management, Personal-Skills, Ressourcen-Management, Strategie und Konzeption auseinander zu setzen. Sie dürfen erforschen und sukzessive entwickeln, was für Sie das Richtige ist, wie Sie Aufgaben angehen möchten und wo Sie Ihre Stärken einsetzen können.

Inhaltlich unschlagbar – der Praxis nah

In der heutigen Wirtschaft – gekennzeichnet von einem globalen Umfeld – benötigen Sie Kenntnisse über Methoden und Techniken, fachliche Fähigkeiten und ein hohes Maß an sozialer Kompetenz, um den anspruchsvollen Herausforderungen an eine Führungspersönlichkeit gewachsen zu sein. Dieser Studiengang garantiert Ihnen einen besonderen Qualitätsstandard

  • bei der Vermittlung theoretischen Wissens im Rahmen der Vorlesungen
  • und Vertiefung dessen durch interaktive Seminare und interdisziplinäre Gruppenarbeiten.

Berufschancen

Der Studiengang Leadership qualifiziert Sie für vielfältige Führungs- und Managementaufgaben. Mögliche Einsatz- und Arbeitsbereiche werden hauptsächlich in der Linienfunktion in Unternehmen zu finden sein (Business Development, Human Resources, Marketing, u. a.), können aber auch im weiten Feld der Unternehmensberatungen zum Einsatz kommen (z. B. Merger- und Akquisitionsprojekte).

Themenbeispiele aus diesem Studiengang:

  • Führungskompetenz, Team-Bildung, Integration
  • Kommunikationsfähigkeit
  • Analytisches, prozessorientiertes und konzeptionelles Denken
  • Zusammenhänge zwischen organisatorischen Zielen, Mitarbeiterinteressen und externen Faktoren verstehen und bewerten
  • Change- und Krisenmanagement
  • Interkulturelle Sensibilität
  • Analyse und Beurteilung sozialer und geschäftlicher Prozesse
  • Vision, Mission, Strategie
  • Planung und Durchführung komplexer Projekte

Studiendauer und Voraussetzungen

Für Bachelorabsolventen mit einem 7-semestrigen Bachelor im Umfang von 210 ECTS-Punkten dauert das Studium 3 Semester. Für Studierende mit einem Bachelor im Umfang von 180 ECTS-Punkten bieten wir ein Zusatzmodul an. Der Studiengang startet jedes Jahr im Wintersemester. Vorausgesetzt wird ein betriebswirtschaftlicher oder fachlich verwandter Bachelor- oder Diplom-Abschluss oder ein gleich­wertiger ausländischer Abschluss mit einer Regel­studienzeit von mindestens sechs Semestern. Der Studiengang ist zulassungsbeschränkt. Nähere Informationen über das Zulassungsverfahren, dessen Bedingungen und die Immatrikulation erhalten Sie im Studienbüro. Außerdem freuen wir uns über ein kleines Bewerbungsschreiben, das zum Ausdruck bringt, warum Sie sich für Leadership entschieden haben!

Akkreditierung und Abschluss

  • Dieser Studiengang wurde von der ZEvA akkreditiert und umfasst 90 Leistungspunkte (ECTS).
  • Nach einem erfolgreichen Abschluss Ihres Studiums verleihen wir Ihnen den Master of Arts (M.A.).

Das sollten Sie wissen!

Eigeninitiative und Motivation sind Eigenschaften, die für ‚Studierende des Studiengangs Leadership‛ beinahe so unerlässlich sind wie für eine ‚Position als Führungskraft‛ selbst, da das Erreichen von „Etappenzielen” nicht in allen Modulen durch Prüfungen, sondern durch relevante aufwändige Eigenleistungen wie Hausarbeiten, Referate oder Projektberichte erfolgt. Diese setzen zudem ein ebenso intensives Studieren voraus wie Module, die mit einer Prüfung beendet werden!


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Azusa Pacific University

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*Base Cost (cost per unit x program units) is provided to aid in program comparison only.

All stated financial information is subject to change. View additional tuition information .

Master’s in Leadership

The Master of Arts in Leadership is a contemporary degree that provides students with a fresh approach to theoretically grounded and practically applied content. This competency-based program is distinctive in its Christian approach to learning and leading, and is intent on developing holistic leaders who are confident and prepared to meet challenges.

The master’s in leadership program is enriched by Christian values and beliefs and is interdisciplinary in scope. It prepares students for success through foundational preparation in core courses, emphasis options tailored to fit interests and need (Executive Leadership. Leadership Development. Leadership Studies. Sport Management and Integrated Leadership ), carefully selected electives, and a culminating project or thesis paper.

Meet the Faculty: Edgar Barron

Meet Edgar Barron, Ed.D.. chair of the Department of Leadership and Organizational Psychology

Get to know our leadership faculty.

Program Highlights

  • The program offers full-time and part-time options that begin in the fall and spring.
  • Evening classes meet one day a week during 8-week terms.
  • Flexible scheduling including some online and weekend class options.
  • Students are admitted to one of four emphases:
    • Executive Leadership
    • Leadership Development
    • Leadership Studies
    • Sport Management and Integrated Leadership
  • Smaller class sizes allow for a wealth of interaction with faculty members and fellow students.

School of Behavioral and Applied Sciences Accreditation

University Reputation

Azusa Pacific University secured a place in the most prestigious category of U.S. News & World Report ’s America’s Best Colleges 2016 rankings, placing in Tier One at No. 175 in the National Universities category. In addition, The Princeton Review named APU as 1 of 124 institutions in the 2016 Best Colleges in the West. and G.I. Jobs named APU a Military Friendly School for 2016, placing APU among the top 15 percent of schools in the country helping military students reach their educational dreams.

Note: This information is current for the 2016-17 academic year; however, all stated academic information is subject to change. Please refer to the current Academic Catalog for more information.

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Leadership Development Program

Lessons in Leadership is a six-month leadership training program designed to develop an organization’s current and future leaders. Lessons in Leadership is a link to the PDF version of this document.

Leadership Program Components

Assessment – The consultant will administer the KnowlEDGE for Leaders assessment. This assessment measures pre-program understanding of leadership and provides a baseline of participant knowledge.

Interviews – The consultant will interview a cross section of people in leadership roles to get a picture of the current leadership challenges.

Classroom – The consultant will facilitate six days of classroom training.

Reading Assignments – The consultant will compile and distribute pre- and post-class assignments involving leading best-selling and specially selected leadership titles of both books and CDs.

Conference Calls – The consultant will hold bimonthly conference calls (divided into smaller groups) to discuss development progress and the reading assignments.

Case Studies – Participants will work in class on real-life case studies specific to their business.

Leadership Course Objectives

Assess, measure, and improve the skills of each leader.

Enhance leadership strengths and improve areas of deficiency.

Develop communication, strategic thinking, team building, and employee development skills.

Maximize effectiveness and business abilities of each leader.

Enhance morale and build loyalty through the commitment to development.

Build an increased sense of team spirit with people from cross-functional roles experiencing the program together.

Seminar Topics

Understanding Leadership Versus Management

Setting Expectations and Accountability

Recognizing and Managing Cultural Differences

Enhancing Listening Skills

Developing Coaching Skills

Practicing Presentation Skills

Practicing Strategic Thinking

Managing for Diversity

Solving Problems and Making Decisions


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Setting Youth Ministry Goals

It s the beginning of the year which is always a good time think about long term goals. What goals do you have for your ministry this year? This month? For the next 5 years? I am not a big mission statement person, those generally are too loaded or too vague to give you actionable steps through the long term. However, measurable goals help so that you can identify the ministry as being fruitful to the ministry you are called by God to lead.

IDENTIFY EVERYONE S YOUTH MINISTRY GOALS

First, here are some helpful thoughts in putting together goals for the youth ministry.

  • What are your core goals in ministry? (see kids grow, empower adults..)
  • What are your family goals? (you need a personal life)
  • What are the church s goals? (ask people, you ll be surprised the diversity)
  • What are the pastor s goals? (they are somewhat important in guiding the big ship of the whole church)
  • What are the unspoken goals? (are you supposed to compete with the other churches in town, but folks don t want to admit it)

Once you have some thoughts and trends in these try and write them down where they can be achievable.

ie. The church s goal is to Grow the youth group . This is not an achievable goal. It is a nice goal, but not achievable in most cases. Grow the youth group by 5% each year becomes an achievable goal. You can say, we started 2015 with 30 active youth, at the beginning of 2016 we had 2 more active youth, that is growth by 6%.

This may seem disingenuous, but in reality, as an employee, you want your job performance to be measured by actual facts, not someone s random opinions. Having achievable goals will also help the ministry to celebrate that there were two more youth active in the group. If you did not have it as an achievable goal then you might have missed that two new youth grew your ministry by 5%.

NARROW DOWN YOUTH MINISTRY GOALS

Second, narrow down your goals to an achievable number. Set up a small list of big goals and a longer list of secondary goals.

It is only realistic to think that a ministry can hit on two or three major goals. These goals might have to do with growth measures, culture changes, major program changes, leadership changes, etc. These goals are also guidance for not just this year but setting a course for years to come.

You can start a secondary list of goals for some of the smaller items; grow a retreat event by 4, start two more small groups, create a year long teaching calendar, etc. The secondary goals you have can, and should, compliment or help to lead towards achievements in the big goals.

GET TO WORK ON YOUR YOUTH MINISTRY GOALS

Spend this week identifying the myriad of goals your community you have. Then work to put the goals into measurable items you can work towards.

Share in comments what some of the achievable goals are that you ve found helpful. And a few that are not so helpful.

A great book read in setting goals and implementation is Mastering the Rockefeller Habits . You d probably want to buy the kindle version, since used versions sell for almost $50 now (it s that influential of a book). It is not a new book so you could probably check it out at your local library. This, if it is not obvious already, a business book. You gain insights into how Rockefeller built his business behaviorally with setting goals, weekly huddles, keeping the culture, etc.

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University Schools is a tuition free K–12 public charter school located in Greeley School District 6 in Greeley, Colorado. The tradition of developing better ways to teach our children is at the heart of University Schools. University Schools has been a leader in education for more than a century.

At University Schools, we believe that children learn best in a safe, nurturing, and supportive environment. Our students enjoy a student-led, teacher-guided educational experience.

At University High School, we focus on creating a student-centered learning program. We prepare our students for success beyond school, as they develop personal and academic plans and portfolios and participate in community service projects. We invite you to take a look around our website to see what we have to offer for your child.

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Dear University Schools Families and Friends:

I hope you are all enjoying this beautiful beginning of summer.

You should be receiving in the mail a registration packet for each student for the 2017/2018 school year by mid-July. If you do not receive your packet by July 21, please contact the office at (970) 506.7000, ext. 2. If you are unable to register on your assigned registration day, please call the office and let us know which registration day you will be attending.

Our summer office hours, in the Middle School and Main buildings, are:

  • Monday-Thursday, 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
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As a reminder, the Elementary/High School library will be closed over the summer for renovations. Students, K-12, may visit the Middle School library to take AR quizzes or to borrow books.

The Middle School library summer hours are 9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. on the following Wednesdays:

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American Association for Physician Leadership

Physicians need the latest critical management tools available to rise to the unique challenges of the healthcare industry.

Emphasizing experiential and collaborative learning, the Isenberg Online MBA with a focus in Medical Management provides the business knowledge necessary to lead and manage in today’s evolving healthcare market.

Freedom Without Compromise

The Isenberg Online MBA offers you the flexibility to pursue your studies completely online without sacrificing academic challenge and rigor. With this specialized degree, students learn up-to-date knowledge and skills for today’s complex healthcare environments. The AACSB-accredited degree is delivered with the same curriculum and accomplished faculty as our onsite classes, and it has no residential requirement.

Our simplified application process makes it easy to apply. And our outstanding Advising Center – with over 10 years of experience in online education – supports students throughout their tenure at Isenberg.

Partner Benefits

We’ve partnered with the American Association for Physician Leadership (Physician Leaders) to offer you an exclusive educational opportunity. Thanks to your affiliation with Physician Leaders, you are eligible for the following benefits:

  • 10% discount on all Isenberg MBA online and satellite campus courses
  • Exempt from foundation courses
  • Exempt from elective courses
  • Waiver of GMAT/GRE with MD or for foreign medical students with an ECFMG or Fifth Pathway
  • Automatically earn transfer credits for your Physician Leaders prerequisite curriculum coursework
  • A dedicated advisor specifically trained to work with Physician Leaders students

Program Requirements

Your Physician Leaders affiliation enables you to earn your degree more quickly. You can transfer 9 credits from your completed Physician Leaders prerequisite curriculum and apply them directly to your 43-credit MBA.

What do you have left to complete?

  • Only 11 core MBA courses (34 credits), much less than the average degree
  • Browse the Degree Checklist for the courses you need to earn your specialized degree

Program Cost

  • Cost per credit for online courses with 10% discount is $810
  • Total estimated cost of the program is $27,540

What do I need to do to apply?

  • View our application process for more information, including dates and requirements
  • Submit your certification of American Association for Physician Leadership Prerequisite Curriculum to the Graduate Admissions Office, if applicable
  • When applying, choose ‘Management (Online MBA) ‘ in the degree field and enter ‘Physician Leaders’ in the specialty field

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Start now by trying a class before applying and see why our program is a good fit for you. Learn more

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What Are the Benefits of Earning a Doctorate?

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The decision regarding whether or not to pursue a doctoral degree is not an easy one; the pursuit requires a commitment of time and energy unrivaled in educational settings. However, the benefits — both practical and personal — are numerous. Doctorate degrees are available in many forms, and are either research or practice-based, though your specific career path may warrant a fair amount of overlap in either direction.

Earning Potential

While the benefits of a doctorate are not limited to monetary compensation, the pay grades for academic achievement holders of doctoral degrees have the highest earning potentials of all other degrees. The reason for this is because a doctorate qualifies you for the highest positions in academic and research settings, which in turn have the best pay grades. For example, according to an article in The Chronicle of Higher Education, in 2011 the average salary for instructors (non-doctorate holders) of Legal Professions and Studies was $64,785, while new assistant professors (doctorate holders) in the same field earned an average of $91,828.

Career Flexibility and Security

Doctorate degrees also offer the most flexible career paths because they qualify you for the highest positions in academic settings as well as some of highest positions in non-academic settings. For instance, doctorate holders who choose to remain in academia can work as professors, department heads and other top-level administrative positions, researchers and practitioners. Furthermore, according to the McNair Program at California State University Bakersfield, holders of doctorate degrees have the lowest unemployment rates and the highest lifetime earning potentials of the various levels of degree holders.

Scholarly Respect and Leadership Benefits

Because the doctoral degree is the highest level of academic achievement in any field, degree holders receive the accompanying scholarly respect. Holders of doctorates are considered leaders in their fields and regularly contribute to innovation and the development of relevant knowledge and practices. For example, analytical texts written by doctorate-level literary critics are more likely to be published in scholarly journals than those written by those with master’s degrees.

The Intangibles

Aside from the practical benefits of the degree, earning a doctorate allows you to pursue an unrivaled level of understanding in your field, which in turn can help to improve society. Furthermore, you will develop the tools which allow you to contribute to your field’s body of knowledge in ways that are deeply satisfying: either by means of your research contributions or aiding the development of students and professionals in your field.


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Master of Science in Educational Leadership

“My time at Drake has been one that I will always cherish. it doesn’t even feel like school. I have and will continue to recommend this program to coworkers and friends. I truly believe that I have been prepared for the challenging world of administration and the professors in this program have provided us with the confidence and knowledge to be successful.”

Principal Licensure

For educators planning to take the next step in their careers, the Master of Science in Educational Leadership program is an excellent choice.

The program prepares teachers for a variety of leadership positions, including principals, associate/assistant principals, athletic directors, deans of students, curriculum coordinators or Area Education Agency consultants. Drake’s reputation for quality extends across the state of Iowa, where nearly 70 percent of school districts have at least one administrator who holds a Drake degree.

The part-time program is designed with the needs of working professionals in mind. In a convenient weekend format, students learn from faculty members who have extensive experience as administrators.

Courses are hands-on, project-based and use technology. They emphasize collaboration between students and faculty. Since each program is established as a cohort, students develop close relationships with faculty members and other students in their classes. This creates a tight network of individuals for whom to invite feedback and solicit advice now and in the future.

Students who already have a master’s degree and are seeking licensure, may contact us for information regarding the Educational Leadership Specialist program.

Drake in Your Town

In addition to its on-campus program, off campus cohorts may be available. Location is determined by program demands each semester.

Leadership Development

The School of Education also offers a program designed to serve emerging and aspiring leaders in business, industry, and non-profit organizations. The Master of Science in Leadership Development develops leadership ability or develops the leadership capacity in others. Join other working professionals, from different industries and disciplines, in an interactive and collaborative learning environment.

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