Developing People and Organizations
The Organizational Leadership Program concentration in Developing People and Organizations, prepares students to be successful, strategic and impactful professionals who are able to work effectively through others.
This program concentration offers insight into human and organizational relationships; creates the capacity for sound analytical judgment; and the ability to see the "big picture" as it relates to an organization and its environment. Students can earn a master's degree or graduate certificate.
Coursework focuses on applied action grounded in theory, and embraces principles applicable to administrative issues in the private, public, and nonprofit sectors.
Paths to completion:
Graduate Certificate (12 credit hours required)
|LEAD 510||Organizations: Design and Dynamics
Note: should be taken prior to enrolling in Developing People and Organizations concentration courses.
|Select four of the following courses:|
|Facilitating Culture and Process Change in Organizations|
|Forms of Diversity in Organizations|
|Program Design for Training and Development in Organizations|
|Conflict and Crisis Resolution in Organizations|
|Facilitation and Team Leadership|
Masters (18 credit hours required)
|LEAD 500||The Practice of Leadership|
|LEAD 510||Organizations: Design and Dynamics|
|LEAD 531||Developing The Human Side of Organizations 1
Encouraged: Take LEAD 500 before LEAD 531
|LEAD 540||Strategic and Financial Decision-Making in Organizations|
|LEAD 550||Organizational Research|
|LEAD 598||Project Seminar in Leadership
Pre-Requisites: LEAD 500, LEAD 510, LEAD 550
1LEAD 530 Individual and Group Processes may be taken in place of LEAD 531 Developing the Human Side of Organizations with Advisor approval.