Organizational Leadership

The Master of Science in Organizational Leadership (MSOL) provides students with an interdisciplinary foundation and the core competencies and skills necessary for today’s emerging leaders in a variety of organizations. The degree curriculum offers rigorous and relevant courses founded upon critical and analytic thinking, problem-solving, leadership and ethics, and practical application.

MS in Organizational Leadership

Format 100% online
Entry Terms Fall, Spring, and Summer
Degree Requirements 12 courses
Length of Program 2 years
Tuition $4,111 per course

Program Overview

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: applying research and analytical skills to solve complex problems; leading at the intersection of strategy, execution, and creativity; developing and applying ethical principles; evaluating professional frameworks; designing, developing, and communicating strategic plans; and comparing and contrasting industry standards and techniques.