Master of Management and Leadership
Campbellsville University’s Master of Management and Leadership (MML) provides a clear pathway to leadership roles within businesses and nonprofits. The diverse curriculum spans ethics, group development, creativity, strategic planning, and other valuable skills, all framed with strong Christian values. At Campbellsville, we believe that leadership and management should be studied in tandem. Our MML program trains graduates for a wide variety of industries, such as education, technology, and healthcare.
Offered in a fully online format, the masters in management and leadership comprises 30 semester hours of requisite courses. Depending on a student’s pace, the MML can be obtained in as little as 10 months or as long as two years.
Core requirements for the MML span Business Ethics, Managing Diversity, Negotiation and Conflict Management, and Organization Theory.
This program is also available in a 100% online format. Learn more about Campbellsville University’s online Master in Management and Leadership.
Admission Requirement to the MML Program
- A bachelor’s degree with an acceptable grade point average (2.5 overall or 2.6 last 60 hours) from a regionally accredited four-year college or university.
- An acceptable score on the GMAT or GRE, taken within the last five years. This requirement will be waived if the student has earned a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0, or if the student has earned a Master’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university.
- An official transcript with the baccalaureate degree posted and mailed directly by the registrar from the college or university that granted the undergraduate degree must be sent to the Office of Graduate Admissions. Official transcripts must be submitted from all institutions that the student has received credit for work completed toward the undergraduate degree.
- A completed Application for Admission form with a $25 check for the non-refundable application fee made payable to Campbellsville University.
- A completed resume and an essay that includes a statement of professional goals must be sent to the School of Business and Economics.
- International applicants whose primary language is not English and who are not a graduate of a college or university in the U.S. must submit a score of 79-80 (internet-based) on the TOEFL exam; IELTS of 6.0; Pearson score of at least 53; or earn at least a 3.0 cumulative grade point average from a regionally accredited college or university in the U.S. with a minimum of 6 hours. An official certified independent evaluation by WES of work done at foreign institutions must be sent to the Office of Graduate Admissions prior to acceptance into the program.
- International students who do not hold a permanent resident visa in the United States must submit evidence of financial support before an I-20 form can be processed.
- Three letters of reference must be sent to the Office Of Graduate Admissions. One must be a professional reference.
Interested international students should contact the Center for International Education at 270-789-5051.
The School of Business and Economics will inform the applicant of status of the application, but it is the applicant’s responsibility to be certain that all necessary documents are on file by published deadlines for admission. Under exceptional circumstances, students may be accepted to the program on a provisional basis and allowed to enroll for a maximum of six credit hours of coursework prior to full completion of the application file. A letter from the academic dean must confirm admission. A student will not be allowed to register for a second session until the application file is complete.
Faculty and Staff
Preparing a new generation of Christian leaders, the MML program’s remarkable faculty includes:
- Bill Adams (Lead Professor, Ph.D., Management and Leadership),
- Richard Corum (D.B.A. Business Administration with a major in Management),
- Karen Rush (Ph.D., Business Administration and Management),
- Fred Newby (D.B.A. major in Business Administration with a concentration in Management),
- Chuck Crain (D.B.A. with a major in Management).
- Dr. Pat Cowherd, Dean of Campbellsville’s School of Business, Economics and Technology.
The MML program consists of 30 hours of required online coursework. The online courses are offered in five academic sessions throughout the year. Each session consists of two courses that are eight weeks in length. There are two cohorts per year: January and July.