2 years
Study mode
Tuition fee (entire course)
Local students
USD 5,200
Foreign students
USD 5,200
Other costs
Other costs apply

About this course

The Master of Science in Leadership and Management is specially designed to provide our graduates with critical skills and knowledge that will help them in an organization in today's competitive workplace. Through the down-sizing, re-engineering, and global competitive forces of recent years, today's organizations have fewer professionals who carry a heavier workload than in previous decades. Likewise, the extremely tight labor market in today's organizations must provide a work environment and benefits designed to keep its most productive employees or lose them to other organizations, or worse, competitors.

As a result of this changing workplace, today's management professionals must be well versed in a wide variety of management skills that include team building, leadership development, conflict resolution, negotiations, diversity issues, productivity improvement strategies, planning, organizational development and change, and creative and efficient use of emerging technologies.

Equally important, in keeping with Amridge University’s Christian heritage, these skills are provided in a context of ethical and moral approaches that are so badly needed in today’s society and business world. 

Entry Requirements

International applicants

  • An official copy of all academic transcripts, to include transcripts of secondary schools attended, in the original language must be accompanied by an official English version. 
  • Where English is not the native language, applicants are required to demonstrate spoken and written English language proficiency.  This is done by submitting qualifying scores on either the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or an approved equivalent per the scores for undergraduate (i.e., associate and bachelor degrees) and graduate (i.e., master and doctorate degrees).
    • A minimum total score of 65, with minimum scores in each section at the first step of the intermediate or fair levels, as follows:
      • Reading (intermediate): 15
      • Listening (intermediate): 15
      • Speaking (fair): 18
      • Writing (fair): 17