Leadership in Child & Adolescent Behavioral Health Concentration
The fully-online Master of Science in Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health (MSCABH) program offers four areas of concentration within the overall program curriculum. Applicants should review the information on each of the four concentrations and select the one that most closely fits with your desired interests and career goals. If after viewing the information on the concentrations, you are still uncertain about which one would fit best with your specific situation, please contact either the Director(s) of the Concentration(s) for which you plan to apply, and/or Amy Green, PhD. Keep in mind that there is overlap between all concentration curriculum and the choice of concentration should be based on your specific interests, and career and educational goals. The choices of concentration and track (thesis or applied/non-thesis track) need to be declared at the time of application.
In this concentration, students will gain knowledge and practical experience in these areas:
- Demonstrate leadership skill in the identification and implementation of innovative ideas, methods, and technologies needed to successfully respond to individual, organizational, and community needs.
- Use constructive and reciprocal communication to advance organizational policy and goals, foster collaboration, and build constituencies among stakeholders.
- Apply the leadership role to organizational capacity building, the development of a skilled workforce, and productive organizational practices.
- Demonstrate leadership skill in managing change and developing the organizational capacity necessary to successfully generate and sustain positive change within evolving contexts and environments.
- Use leadership skill to inspire value-based action that is grounded in clearly articulated organizational vision, mission, and goals and that support achievement of outcomes.
- Develop the leadership capacity to translate research into organizational policy and practice by identifying, synthesizing, and integrating relevant research and evaluation approaches and using data to improve operations and outcomes that meet the needs of diverse audiences.