Cabrini’s Master of Science in Leadership, or MSL, is an advanced degree that gives people working in organizations—all kinds of organizations—the knowledge, skills, and experiences they need to become leaders in their careers.
The program is perfect for working adults in a range of career fields who aspire to positions of greater leadership.
Individuals who earn the MSL degree will:
ConcentrationsStudents pursuing an MSL degree can concentrate in one of the following areas:
Students must declare a concentration by submitting the following form.
MSL Curriculum Options
Students are required to complete 33 (11 three-credit courses) credit hours. Part‑time students can complete the program in two years. Students are allowed up to six years to complete the program.
The 7 core courses in the program include:
Students are required to meet with an advisor before beginning a program of study. With satisfactory grades and advisor approval, a student may transfer up to six graduate credits of similar coursework from a previous, accredited institution.
Undergraduate (baccalaureate) degree from a regionally accredited college or university with an overall grade point average (GPA) of 2.5 or higher
Three years of professional work history preferred
Completion of application form and payment of the $50 nonrefundable application fee
Short, typed statement describing education, career goals, special interests, and other information that may be helpful in making an application decision
HandbookA program handbook is available for MSL students.
Commencement Regardless of participation in the Commencement ceremony, all students must apply for graduation. This should be done prior to registering for the Capstone class.
Students with only six credits remaining and expecting to graduate in August may request permission to walk at Commencement in May.
CapstoneStudents in the MSL program complete a Capstone Project that must include a coversheet form.
For more information, contact Professor Vonya Womack at 610-902-8348 or email@example.com.