Drawn by our program's reputation, convenience, and accessibility, Master of Organizational Leadership (MOL) students graduate equipped with a comprehensive knowledge base and ethical standards for professional practice.
Our students specifically focus on leadership in two respects: advancing people and organizations – especially during challenging times – and motivating and fostering relationships with individual employees.
Through the insights, skills and knowledge they gain, they are able to discern how to move their organizations forward to accomplish significant goals, such as improving work relationships, increasing personal effectiveness, and developing healthy work environments. The MOL also provides individuals entering or seeking leadership positions the conceptual and analytical skills for making the transition to supervisory roles.
We offer topical and relevant education – often using actual workplace examples – that students can apply immediately. This approach helps prepare them to adapt when new challenges and opportunities arise.
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Management and Master of Organizational Leadership professor, Dr. Dan Ebener, receives the 2015 Yves Congar Award.
"Life-changing" is a sentiment you'll hear from many MOL graduates when they describe their experience in the program.
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