Lewis University’s Organizational Leadership Masters Degree


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Former Wyoming resident Judith Abraham is an award-winning obstetrics nurse who most recently served as interim manager of women’s services at Chicago, Illinois’s St. Anthony Hospital. After completing an interim director of obstetrics position at Thermopolis Hospital in Wyoming, Judith Abraham completed the organizational leadership master’s program at Lewis University.

Stressing leadership development through education in areas, such as managing conflict, strategic planning, and values-based decision making, Lewis University’s organizational leadership master’s program offers five concentrations that are focused on career advancement in various fields. Its Professional and Executive Coaching Certificate provides students with the necessary skills to become an effective independent or internal executive coach.

Meanwhile, the Training and Development program has been recognized as the best online master’s program of its kind by BestColleges.com. Other leadership areas of focus include higher education and student services, organizational management, and nonprofit management, the latter of which was listed in the Top Management Degrees compilation of the Top 20 Online Master’s Programs in Nonprofit Management.

Prospective students can register to complete the school’s organizational leadership master’s program either online or at its Oak Brook or Romeoville campuses. Completion of the aforementioned certificate programs can help students earn credits that can be applied to their master’s degree at a later date.