Combine your passions and tap into the University of Michigan’s broad resources with a dual-degree program.
Developing leadership skills is critical to success. As an MSCM student, you will undertake seven interactive workshops rooted in practice-oriented research by Michigan Ross faculty and the Michigan Model of Leadership. These in-depth sessions will guide you in developing your strengths, values, and goals in the personal, professional, and interpersonal arenas.
Workshop topics include:
- How to optimize the four core leadership styles within individuals, teams, and organizations
- Empathetic and collaborative leadership for diverse, cross-cultural teams
- Results-oriented strategies for success
- How to craft a personal, purpose-aligned vision for the future based on your experiences and values
MSCM students also have the opportunity to take part in several action-based leadership development programs offered by the Sanger Leadership Center. Programs include the Leadership Crisis Challenge, an intensive simulation to practice your skills under pressure; Story Lab, an initiative designed to increase your communication and executive presence skills, and many more programs available throughout the year.