The main emphasis of every program offered is to enhance your professional knowledge and skills. Graduates of our programs can apply these tools to a career in many different fields.
Since Leadership is a job-embedded program, our participants practice what they learn in their program in their profession. Most graduates advance to higher level positions as a result of their leadership development in their Andrews Leadership program. Others move on to new careers as a result of their increased leadership competence. Leadership graduates are pursuing careers as diverse as nursing, healthcare administration, military service, research, educational administration, teaching, publishing, IT management, and financial administration.
Graduates of the Educational Leadership program are prepared to serve as principals of primary or secondary schools, supervisors of instruction, educational superintendents, administrators of education-related agencies, or professors of educational administration.
Graduates of the Higher Education Administration program are prepared to work in many different administrative capacities in community colleges, colleges, and universities. These include entry-level and mid-management positions in different areas of student affairs (such as admissions and enrollment, financial services management, residence hall administration, or international student services), senior administrative and executive positions, and research and teaching positions.
For more details about how these programs could enhance your career, click on the individual programs: Leadership, Educational Leadership, or Higher Education Leadership.