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Master of Professional Studies - MPS | Tennessee State University

Master of Professional Studies - MPS

Major: Professional Studies
Concentration: Strategic Leadership
Tennessee State University
Credit Hours Required: 33 Hours

Courses

The following list of degree requirements is for informational purposes only and may be subject to change. Upon acceptance to the institution, you should work closely with an academic advisor to ensure that your degree and course plans are current and accurate.
 
Core Requirements: 9 credit hours
  • PRST 5100/6100/7100 - Professional Studies: Issues and Ethics - 3 credit hours
  • PRST 5200/6200/7200 - Globalization and the Professions - 3 credit hours
  • PRST 5300/6300/7300 - Research Methods - 3 credit hours
Concentration Requirements: 21 credit hours
7 courses required, including at least 1 course from each of the 5 subject areas
 
Leadership Theory
  • PRST 5500/6500/7500 - Foundations of Leadership - 3 credit hours
  • LDSP 5000/6000/7000 - Current Issues and Cases in Leadership - 3 credit hours
  • ELPA 5560/6560/7560 - Small Group Leadership - 3 credit hours
Research/Data Analysis
  • PRST 5770/6770/7770 - Computer-based Decision Modeling - 3 credit hours
  • PRST 5600/6600/7600 - Statistical Analysis - 3 credit hours
Organizational Structure and Change
  • PRST 5310/6310/7310 - Leadership in Organization - 3 credit hours
  • PRST 5800/6800/7800 - Organizational Skills and Development - 3 credit hours
Communication
  • COMM 5110/6110/7110 - Leadership and Communication - 3 credit hours
  • JOUR 5450/6450/7450 - Public Relations Management - 3 credit hours
  • PRST 5700/6700/7700 - Conflict Management and Resolution - 3 credit hours
Strategic Planning and Assessment
  • PRST 5105/6105/7105 - Project Planning and Scheduling - 3 credit hours
  • PRST 5040/6040/7040 - Human Resources Management - 3 credit hours
Professional Project: 3 credit hours
  • PRST 5998/6998/7998 - Professional Project - 3 credit hours

NOTE: See the institution's current year school catalog for additional information on program/degree requirements and academic policies and procedures.