DeVos Difference and Outcomes
Within each of us is the ability to discover.
Northwood University's DeVos Graduate School is a specialized business school focused on developing the future leaders of a global, free-enterprise society. We provide a dynamic learning experience aimed at strategically expanding your managerial and leadership skill sets, equipping you with the necessary tools to lead and drive change in your career and life. You will find yourself in the unique position of having choices in your career and entrepreneurial endeavors that you had not previously thought possible.
Our MBA programs work with the demands of today's competitive marketplace, and most importantly work with you! The DeVos Graduate School's Master of Business Administration (MBA) programs were created with the understanding you are unique. You demand specific professional and personal elements that will enable greater satisfaction in your career, higher earning potential, and a more fulfilled life. The journey from discovery to transformation begins here. This is the difference.
DeVos MBA Academic Outcomes
DEVOS STATEMENT OF PURPOSE:
At the DeVos Graduate School of Management, our purpose is to create highly effective leaders through a process of personal and professional transformation based on our integrative curriculum and student-centered learning methodology.
Successful degree completion will provide students with:
- The management skills to find and fix problems and capitalize on opportunities by leveraging their integrated business knowledge and working effectively with others.
- The leadership skills to create a vision and influence others to follow, and to raise the performance of all members of the organization.
Specifically, students will achieve the following outcomes:
Successful students will demonstrate the ability to use business concepts to effectively identify and provide solutions to complex problems within organizations.
Successful students will demonstrate the ability to critically evaluate alternative explanations of organizational issues and their potential solutions.
Successful students will demonstrate the personal behaviors necessary to effectively lead, implement and assess activity within and across organizations.