Are you a manager who desires to solve problems and help others? Does your organization lack direction and focus?
Master of Organizational Leadership (MAOL) students are part of an online cohort that works through the program together, providing mutual support and encouragement. Students focus on their personal development. MAOL classes are held one evening per week for 4 hours in an online format.
Reading, writing, guided reflection on your current and past practices, and group and individual projects are key components of the program. A one-on-one mentoring relationship with an established business leader is integral to the second year’s study.
Admission criteria include a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution with a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5, two years work experience with supervision or significant collaborative responsibility, two letters of reference, and an interview with the program director which includes a writing assessment.
Which degree - MAOL or MBA?
What’s the difference between a Master of Business Administration and a Master of Organizational Leadership? The MBA and MAOL share core values and many courses. MBA students pursue a track focused on quantitative skills where the MAOL focuses more on interpersonal skills.