About the Masters in Management and Leadership (MML) Program
Campbellsville University’s Master of Management and Leadership (MML) provides a clear pathway to leadership roles within businesses and nonprofits. The diverse curriculum spans ethics, group development, creativity, strategic planning, and other valuable skills, all framed with strong Christian values. At Campbellsville, we believe that leadership and management should be studied in tandem. Our MML program trains graduates for a wide variety of industries, such as education, technology, and healthcare.
Offered in a fully online format, the masters in management and leadership comprises 30 semester hours of requisite courses. Depending on a student’s pace, the MML can be obtained in as little as 10 months or as long as two years. For example, if students elect to complete the degree in less than a year, they may enroll in two classes per session. Core requirements for the MML span Business Ethics, Managing Diversity, Negotiation and Conflict Management, and Organization Theory.
Faculty and Staff
Preparing a new generation of Christian leaders, the MML program’s remarkable faculty includes Bill Adams (Lead Professor, Ph.D., Management and Leadership), Richard Corum (D.B.A. Business Administration with a major in Management), Karen Rush (Ph.D., Business Administration and Management), Fred Newby (D.B.A. major in Business Administration with a concentration in Management), and Chuck Crain (D.B.A. with a major in Management). Dr. Pat Cowherd is the Dean of Campbellsville’s School of Business and Economics.
We believe that university tuition should be within reach for all Campbellsville students. Currently, more than 90% of our student body receives some form of financial aid. This may include scholarships, grants, work-study, merit-based programs, and student loans. We want to see learners find a clear path to attain their academic goals.
In addition, Campbellsville is proud to offer financial assistance through the church and other Christian endowment programs. Most of our students qualify for church-based aid, regardless of their particular Christian denomination. Visit this page for more information about our financial aid programs.
Thank you for visiting Campbellsville’s Graduate School of Business & Economics. To learn more about our masters in management and leadership, please contact our Enrollment Counselor at 1-888-244-0609.
The MML program consists of 30 hours of required online coursework. The online courses are offered in five academic sessions throughout the year. Each session consists of two courses that are eight weeks in length. There are two cohorts per year: January and July.