Master of Science in Organizational Leadership


Degree Overview

The Master of Science in Organizational Leadership Degree program is designed to provide working professionals with the knowledge and skills essential for successful leadership in a variety of sectors.  The 33- credit accelerated program focuses on the synthesis of theory and practice of leading organizations in diverse settings including corporate, public and non-profit organizational environments. The program’s framework affords students an opportunity to develop the conceptual tools necessary for leading organizational effectiveness efforts. It takes 16-20 months to complete.


The program consists of the following core courses:

  • Fundamentals of Organizational Leadership
  • Leadership Communication and Coaching Essentials
  • Leading Across Cultural and Global Boundaries
  • Metrics for Today’s Leader
  • Shaping the Learning Organization
  • Ethics and Spirituality in the Workplace
  • Collaborative Project Management
  • Capstone-Consulting Project I & II (2 term course)

Plus 2 elective courses selected from the list below:

  • Talent and Performance Management
  • Foundations of Professional Leadership: Developing the Leader Within 
  • HR Issues in the Workplace
  • Employment Law for Organizational Leaders
  • Non-Profit and Government Leadership
  • Issues in Civic Engagement

See the course catalog for detailed degree requirements. 

Courses are subject to change, please follow your specific cohort schedule. 


Each course is 7 weeks long. Classes meet once a week for 4 hours with supplementary work online. 

Tuition & Fees

Cost per credit $755
Registration fee $100
Information Services Fee (if enrolled in 5 or more credits) $145
Graduation Fee $375

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Students can either submit the online application or download and mail in a paper application.

Download the application