Goodwin Management and Leadership Options Provide Easy Access for Students
by Kobie Adams, Goodwin College Intern
The Management and Leadership program at Goodwin College offers training in practical leadership skills that prepare students to become successful managers in any workplace. Upon completion of the program, students are ready for successful management positions in law enforcement, education, manufacturing, military, nonprofit organizations, corporate organizations, retail, and in the state/federal government. The Management and Leadership program provides the opportunity to build the skills and academic credentials for a lifetime career, in a flexible manner that helps students balance their other daily responsibilities.
By making the majority of these courses accessible online, livestreamed, or available in the evenings, Goodwin ensures that students can access course material in the way that is most convenient for their busy lifestyle. This program allows students to successfully progress through the curriculum with access to technology that facilitates students’ access to faculty, networks, skills, and knowledge that will empower them to be successful in a fast-paced, changing, global economy.
The program is offered in an accelerated format, allowing students to complete the majority of their leadership courses within seven and a half weeks. “We have the working adult in mind with this program. It allows them to work while enhancing their skills for that next step in their career,” says program director of the Management and Leadership Dr. Michael J. Wolter.
The goal of the Management and Leadership program is to prepare students for positions as leaders and to give them the skills needed to progress in their careers. If you are interested learning more about the admission process, courses, and scholarship opportunities, feel free to visit the Management and Leadership webpage at https://www.goodwin.edu/majors/management-leadership/.
(as of Summer 2019) Kobie Adams is a senior studying at Franklin Pierce University, majoring in communications focused in journalism and minoring in public relations. Kobie was responsible for gathering information and constructing posts and articles about the programs and courses offered in the School of Business, Management, and Advanced Manufacturing.
Goodwin College is a nonprofit institution of higher education and is accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE), formerly known as the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC). Goodwin College was founded in 1999, with the goal of serving a diverse student population with career-focused degree programs that lead to strong employment outcomes.