New for Fall 2011: Executive Leadership and Change Specialization in Higher Education

Daemen Executive Leadership and Change MS Program Offers Specialization in Higher Education


May 23, 2010




Contact:   Daemen College

                  Executive Leadership

                  and Change Program


                  Scott T. Rowe

                  Assistant Director-Admissions





           The Daemen College Executive Leadership and Change MS Program now offers Specialization in Higher Education (New for Fall 2011).  Graduate students will learn practical leadership strategies and skills that will prepare them for a successful career in higher education.  Interested students can start this fall: evening or weekend classes are available.



           In addition to the Specialization in Higher Education, the Executive Leadership and Change Program also offers specializations in Health Professions, Not-For-Profit, and Business.



           Interview Week is June 6-10: to schedule an interview call 716-839-8225 or e-mail . To learn more or



           The Executive Leadership and Change Program transforms graduate students into extraordinary leaders. These essential skills, including innovative thought, critical analysis, and transformational leadership, can be implemented within a variety of organizational settings.  

  • Interdisciplinary curriculum emphasizing the internalization, integration, and application of self-awareness, team building, effective communication, systems thinking, and creative problem solving for change.
  • Projects are designed as hands-on laboratories for testing ideas and applying leadership skills. Students work closely with faculty and are encouraged to work in teams. Specialized program planning is also available.
  • To maximize learning, the program stresses an experiential, interactive format using case studies and distinguished guest lecturers. These models are supplemented through the use of multi-media technology, distance learning, and off-site visits. To facilitate the technology component of the curriculum, each student is provided with their own laptop computer.   



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