Top 10 Reasons to earn a BES in Ethical Leadership at Thomas More University
Personal and Professional Development. Grounded in an interdisciplinary curriculum and experiential learning, Ethical Leadership students gain the knowledge, skills, and dispositions required to be well-rounded, effective leaders and empathetic, yet measured, ethical decision makers.
Learn Top Skills Employers Want. The Thomas More curriculum will teach you many of the Top Skills Employers want, such as critical thinking, adaptability, flexibility, creativity, emotional intelligence, cultural intelligence, leadership, judgment, and collaboration.
Be An Inspiration. Ethical leaders inspire those around them to become better versions of themselves.
Accelerated and 100% Online. You will earn your degree in less than two years in a way that works around your schedule.
Relevant. Courses are designed so that you immediately apply what you learn.
Dedicated Faculty. Our faculty utilize their academic credentials and professional experience to help you formulate your approach to ethical leadership.
Concierge Service. Our enrollment and advising team are dedicated to your success. You will have someone available to help guide you throughout the entire program.
Increase Career Options. Many of our graduates enjoy working for non-profits and sharing their passion for ethics, leadership, and improving their communities. However, every employment sector needs effective leaders.
Values-Based. Choose Thomas More University for a values-based education that will help you become who you were meant to be, both personally and professionally.
To learn more, contact your personal enrollment coach today! Telephone: 859-344-3333 or Email: BES@thomasmore.edu
What are the Admission Requirements?
Submit proof of high school graduation – only required for students with limited previous college experience.
Demonstrate a minimum 2.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale. Exceptions may be considered.
Submit a transcript request form for all institutions previously attended, as well as documentation of military service, CLEP or DANTES tests, and coursework evaluated through the American Council on Education (ACE).
Demonstrate proficiency in introductory algebra and complete an introductory economics course.
Submit a résumé.
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