The 21st-century workplace can be dynamic, fast-paced, and ever-changing. A TU degree in Workplace Leadership will help you develop crucial leadership skills in the areas of critical thinking, problem-solving and multimodal communication, all through the lens of multiple cultural perspectives. The program, which is centered around TU’s innovative Dragon Core
Curriculum and commitment to Celebrating Cultural Uniqueness, is extremely transfer friendly. Up to 90 hours from another institution may be credited towards the program. A minimum of 48 hours transfer credit is required to enroll in this program.
TU’s degree in workplace leadership helps prepare students to be successful leaders and executives. This field of work is dynamic; it involves interactions with individuals and departments and focuses on corporate policies and how they can be enhanced to boost effectiveness and productivity within an organization.
The program includes classes that teach the key skills that workplace leaders need to develop for a successful career: interpersonal communication, strategic business planning, delegation, cultural intelligence, team building, leadership development and change management. The program also features multidisciplinary coursework designed to build skills and competencies around communication, problem solving, and leadership, particularly in diverse environments.
For increased relevance to the workplace and in order to more fully understand problems and recognize underlying issues and influences, students will explore competencies proficiency in research techniques, critical thinking, problem-solving, multimodal communication methods and professional networking, all through the lens of multiple cultural perspectives. Students will hone their competence and proficiency in research techniques,critical thinking, problem-solving, multimodal communication methods, and professional networking.