Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership
2 YEARS | 30 CREDITS[UNITS]
ACADEMIC PROGRAM DESCRIPTION AND OBJECTIVES
M.A. in Organizational Leadership is a program which can enable students to gain advanced knowledge of core business practices from diverse fields such as coaching and mentoring, media and arts, healthcare, education, politics, or sports. Your studies of social dynamics, research, policy, and organizational change will prepare you for management and executive-level leadership roles in both the public and private sectors. The students learn how to direct, plan, and organize projects, from cross-cultural backgrounds and develop skills for working as a team. Students may study entrepreneurship, ethics, technology, and strategic planning, depending on the concentrations in which you enroll.
Earning this M.A. in Organizational Leadership degree can open the door to many career possibilities. For example, the graduates may become a life coach, management analyst, a human resources manager, a high-level business executive, a strategic planner, a medical and health services manager, a training and development manager, or a computer information systems manager. With this graduate degree, graduate can work in public and private business organizations around the globe.
The Master of Organizational Leadership (MAOL) is a fully online, asynchronous degree program that prepares working professionals to assume roles as dynamic leaders throughout the United States and around the world. This advanced degree is a hybrid, fast-track professional degree program focusing on leadership skills integrating organizations’ vision, values, and missions.
SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL STUDIES
FULL MAOL CURRICULUM
MASTER OF ARTS IN ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERSHIP CURRICULUM
The course descriptions for the courses listed below may be found in the Academic Catalog.