Organization Development and Leadership M.S.

Format Offered: On Campus or Online

Lead Through Change

Designed for professionals who want to lead change and achieve outstanding results in today's complex organizations, the M. S. in Organization Development and Leadership at Saint Joseph's University covers leadership, organizational change, adult education and training, organizational psychology, organization development, and personal self-development.

 

Experiential Learning and a Customizable Curriculum

Our experiential learning format allows you to immediately apply classroom learning in the workplace. Class sizes are small and offer high-tech and high-touch experiences with engaging and challenging experiences. You’ll experience the richness of an interactive and vibrant learning community.

Customize your graduate study to your experience level and interests by selecting one of three concentrations:

  • Adult Learning and Training (ALT)
  • Organizational Psychology and Development (OPD)
  • Organization Dynamics and Leadership (ODL)

 

A Degree for Leaders

Graduates of the program have gone on to leadership roles at countless companies and organizations and have been widely published both domestically and internationally. After earning this degree, you will, without a doubt, lead “with and for others” as a visionary for the future.

Dan Gallagher, Vice President of Learning and Development at Comcast and Alumnus of the M.S. in Organization Development and Leadership describes how the program has impacted his career

 

The demand for quality education professionals is on the rise. Building upon our existing expertise in this sector, Saint Joseph's University has created a  School of Health Studies and Education , which will officially open in the Fall of 2019. Over 40 existing undergraduate, graduate, doctoral and certificate programs, including this one, will be housed in this school.

Program Success Message: 

$102,640Average salary for Training and Development Managers

9%job growth from 2014-2024 for human resource managers