Master of Science in Executive Leadership

Program Director: Stacie L. L. Morgan
Program Coordinator: Rex H. Marks
Associate Program Director of Academics: Jeremy Hodges

The Master of Science in Executive Leadership is a 36-credit master’s degree program designed for senior level leaders.  The Master of Science in Executive Leadership builds on the education and experience of senior level leaders by providing graduate-level coursework beyond a Master of Business Administration, Master of Public Administration, Master of Arts in Diplomacy, and Master of Science in Leadership that focuses on self-mastery in high exposure and fast-paced work environments, leading complex change, leading beyond one’s organization, leading with technology and data, accessing the most strategic resources and publicizing results. This program is conducted in a real-time, hands-on manner within students own organization.

Curriculum Map/Plan of Study

Term 1
The Science of Self – Leadership Mastery in Real Time6
Term 2
Leading Complex Change6
Term 3
Lead Beyond Your Organization6
Term 4
Leading With Technology6
Term 5
Research & Publishing Results6
Term 6
Exec Leadership Capstone6
Residency 10
Total Cr.36


Curriculum Requirements

The Master of Science in Executive Leadership program is made up of six, eleven-week seminars of six credits each for a total of 36 credit hours. The seminars must be taken in the order presented and are strategically sequenced to build context.

One-Week Residency

All degree candidates of the Master of Science in Executive Leadership are required to attend a one-week Residency Conference on the Norwich University campus, during which they may attend professional presentations, participate in roundtable discussions with faculty, and present papers. The one-week residency is a degree requirement.

Faculty Member Institution at which highest degree was earned
Stacie L. L. Morgan, PhD (Program Director) Union Institute and University
Rex Marks, MS (Program Coordinator) Norwich University
Jeremy Hodges, PhD (Associate Program Director of Academics) Northcentral University
Darryl Aubrey, PhD University of Phoenix
Matthew Boyne, MS Pepperdine University
Lowell Doringo, MS Norwich University
Christopher Eberle, DM University of Phoenix
Sean Flynn, MBA Norwich University
Robert Freeborough, PhD Capella University
Shalaina Harlan-Yuya, EdD Grand Canyon University
Suzanne Hart, MS University of Washington
Angela Kiniry, MS Norwich University
Bruce Lazar, DM University of Phoenix
James Long, MS Troy State University
Jill Long, MS Troy State University
Warren Martin, PhD Northcentral University
Lance Raymond, PhD Chicago School of Professional Psychology
William Shirey, PhD Regent University
Vanita Varma, MS Norwich University