Leadership comes naturally to you. In group projects, you’re the first to volunteer to organize the team and assign responsibilities. Now combine your innate ability to lead with a management and leadership minor from Post University. Our program gives you a solid understanding of the essential concepts of business, management and leadership, which you can apply to management positions in sales, retail, human resources, and more.
Program HighlightsDesigned for non-management majors, the management and leadership minor provides you with a range of skills to improve your organizational development, team leadership and managerial decision making. Your required management courses include principles of management, foundations of leadership and working in teams, and you will choose any two of the following electives for a total of 15 credit hours:
You can complete your management training at our Connecticut campus or online to fit your schedule.
At Post University, our flexible class options are just one of the ways we make education personal. From the moment you enroll, a personal academic advisor will provide you with one-on-one advice and guidance. This, combined with individual support from our experienced faculty, helps you successfully move from student to graduate.
Become an effective leader in virtually any organization. Contact Post University if you’re interested in enhancing your skills and specializing your degree with a management and leadership minor.
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