Why Study Organizational Leadership?
The United States Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) notes continued growth for management-level positions across multiple industries over the next decade, spurred by the rapidly evolving needs of new and expanding organizations. The median annual wage for management-level occupations rose to $102,450 in May 2021. Average to above average growth is especially noted in the industries below:
- Medical and Health Services Management ($101,340)
- Human Resources Managers ($126,230)
- Computer and Information Systems Managers ($159,010)
- Administrative Services and Facilities Managers ($99,290)
- Post-Secondary Education Administrators ($96,910)
- Public Relations and Fundraising Managers ($119,860)
- Training and Development Managers ($120,130)
- Construction Managers ($98,890)
- Sales Managers ($127,490)
As the demand for leaders, who are prepared to handle uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity increases, the MSOL program meets those needs by providing education that embraces a volatile environment by teaching necessary skills to meet complexity head on.