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Master of Science in Organizational Development & Leadership

Mission driven. Market responsive.

Your career. Your professional trajectory. Your time.

We designed our master's degree in organizational development and leadership with you in mind.

 

  • You - the goal oriented, early-to mid-career professional committed to driving organizational performances.
  • You - navigating our current market realities and demands of the contemporary workforce.
  • You - agile and resilient - ready to drive change - in the organization of your choice.

 

When you become an MSODL graduate student - you take control of your professional trajectory. In each class, you will develop portable skills - driving change, leading high performance teams, motivating and coaching individuals to achieve peak performance individually and collectively.

 

Led by faculty whose expertise is forged in professional experience and advanced education, each class is a real-time opportunity to effect change - to apply your knowledge - in this moment.

 

You embark on this journey with others like you - individuals committed to learning and applying solutions in their organizations - right here, right now.

 

You can do this.


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Requirements

10 classes | 7.5 weeks each

 

ODL 510 | Contemporary Organizational Development

ODL 511 | Managing Change with Agility and Resilience

 

ODL 512 | Managing and Developing Talent

ODL 513 | Optimizing Performance and Development

 

ODL 520 | Leadership Foundations

ODL 521 | Contemporary Leadership Practice

 

ODL 522 | Communication Skills for Leadership

ODL 523 | Leader as Coach and Mentor

 

ODL 531 | Research Methods

ODL 570 | Program Capstone

Tuition for the M.S. in Organizational Development & Leadership is $495 per credit hour ($1,485 per course).

10 courses | 30 credit hours

Tuition includes courses-related fees (e.g. testing, student services, course-resource fees). Expenses for books and supplies are the responsibility of the student.

Graduate applications are accepted on a rolling basis, so you can apply and start the program at any subterm!

You'll need to submit:

 

You - the working professional and graduate student. Want to know more about the lived experience?

Contact admission@newberry.edu or call 803.321.5127.

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Career Possibilities


  • Entrepreneur
  • Team Leader
  • Corporate Executive
  • Nonprofit Administrator
  • Business Consultant



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