Master of Science in Executive Leadership & Organizational Change

David Steele, Class of 2015

David Steele, Class of 2015

"ELOC teaches the importance of unconditional trust in a team. Accountability, commitment, healthy conflict, and results are great achievements when a team embraces trust." 

Gary Gray, Class of 2015

Gary Gray, Class of 2015

Feedback is a gift! I offer feedback when I can. I seek feedback from others. And I will continue my pursuit of feedback long after ELOC.

Dustin DiChiara, Class of 2015

Dustin DiChiara, Class of 2015

“People are the most important asset to an organization. As a leader of people, I must learn to effectively manage myself and relationships with others.” 

Allison Basham, Class of 2015

Allison Basham, Class of 2015

"I have become more of a thinker and reflector while still maintaining my action-oriented strengths. I have learned approaches to project management which has helped me tremendously in my current workload.” 

Debi Beil, Class of 2015

Debi Beil, Class of 2015

"I reflect back on my team – The Transformers – and we agreed on this team name because we wanted to transform our careers, but more importantly we wanted to transform ourselves… and I have done just that!" 

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Welcome!

According to the Hay Group's Leadership 2030 research, "Leaders of the future will need to be adept conceptual and strategic thinkers, have deep integrity and intellectual openness, find new ways to create loyalty, lead increasingly diverse and independent teams over which they may not always have direct authority, relinquish their own power in favor of collaborative approches inside and outside the organization" (Hay Group, 2011).  The forward-looking MS in Executive Leadership and Organizational Change (ELOC) program was created in 2006 to help meet these leadership challenges.

Since 2006, we have had a highly motivated and exceptionally talented students from diverse professional fields, industries, and geographical locations. (e.g., Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Missouri, Michigan, Tennessee, West Virginia, and Florida).

As you go through our website, you will recognize that our program is based on values such as being adult learner-centered, outcome-based, and value-added.

We are excited to offer this program, and we look forward to hearing from current and future leaders who want to make an impact in their organizations and community.

Chris Taylor

Director of Executive Leadership and Organizational Change
and Executive Education/Professor of Practice