MS in Organizational Leadership
MSOL students develop core competencies in methodologies and frameworks; theories relevant to critical thinking and analytic techniques; application of analytic techniques and theories to problem sets; and visualization techniques for producing reports, briefs, and infographics.
Students demonstrate these core competencies by achieving six learning outcomes: (1) applying research and analytical skills to solve complex problems; (2) leading at the intersection of strategy, execution, and creativity; (3) developing and applying ethical principles; (4) evaluating professional frameworks; (5) designing, developing, and communicating strategic plans; and (6) comparing and contrasting industry standards and techniques.
|Core Courses (9)|
|Ethics, Integrity and the Responsibility of Leaders|
|Leading and Managing Change|
|Leadership and Organizational Behavior|
Team Building: Individual and Group Dynamics
Project Management: Leading Projects to Successful Outcomes
Organizational Development and Innovation
Strategic Planning for Leaders
Capstone: Current Issues in Leadership
|Electives (select one of the following)|
Leadership: A Developmental Process
Institutional Fundraising: Raising Maximum Dollars from Government Agencies, Corporations & Foundations