Available 100% online, Brenau’s organizational leadership graduate program prepares you to positively influence the human dynamics within nearly any organization.
The Master of Science in Organizational Leadership (MSOL) program at Brenau University is designed to graduate professionals from a variety of academic and work backgrounds. Coursework provides students with opportunities to learn about and apply contemporary theory in organization change and development, critical and creative thinking, organizational learning, leadership, conflict resolution and strategic planning.
In the MSOL program, you’ll choose a concentration to learn additional skills in conjunction with standard coursework. A degree concentration helps tailor your education, making it even more specific to your career goals.
Graduates of Brenau’s master’s in organizational leadership program will be prepared to:
Our number-one priority is providing easy access to quality education so you can improve your life and achieve your career goals. Take advantage of resources like our professional tutoring program, academic coaching and the writing center – all of which serve online students.
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Brenau University is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). Core classes for this degree include:
Dr. Bill Haney leads the Master of Science in Organizational Leadership program at Brenau University. His areas of concentration and consulting are leadership, critical thinking and organizational behavior. Dr. Haney enjoys traveling, particularly in Central America and Europe, and has frequently led study-abroad trips with students.
Customize your degree with the following concentrations.
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