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University of San Francisco Masters Degrees in Organisational Development

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Deepen your leadership competencies, refine your business acumen, and broaden your experience in solving global business issues with an Executive MBA (EMBA). Read more
Deepen your leadership competencies, refine your business acumen, and broaden your experience in solving global business issues with an Executive MBA (EMBA).

Designed for working professionals and executives who are prepared to take on additional leadership responsibilities, EMBA enables you to meet your professional goals.

The Executive MBA offers an experience-based curriculum rooted in sustainability, ethics, and collaboration. Earn your MBA in an educational environment that fits your life as a working professional.

EXECUTIVE MBA

- 20-month program begins in August 2017 and ends May 2019
- Classes meet once per month on Thursday, Friday and Saturday
- Seminar classes promote active learning in a dynamic setting
- Eight years of professional experience required; Bachelor's degree from accredited institution required
- GMAT (may be waived on a case-by-case basis)
- Program Fee and Financing Options
- Located in San Francisco's SoMa district at USF’s Downtown Campus
- Accredited by the AACSB, the highest standard of achievement held only by 5% of business schools worldwide

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Learn to enhance organizational effectiveness and resiliency with relevant theory and interdisciplinary knowledge. Acquire skills in organizational assessment, diagnosis, implementation, and evaluation that will prepare you to assume a leadership role. Read more
Learn to enhance organizational effectiveness and resiliency with relevant theory and interdisciplinary knowledge.

Acquire skills in organizational assessment, diagnosis, implementation, and evaluation that will prepare you to assume a leadership role.

Our program was designed with working professionals in mind. Evening and weekend class times accommodate your busy schedule, while small class sizes and a unique cohort system promote richer relationships and a more hands-on experience.

PROGRAM DETAILS

- Typical program length is 21 months, with 32 credits
- Classes scheduled one night a week and/or Saturdays
- Minimum of two years of professional work experience
- Wide range of scholarship and financial aid options
- Offered at the USF Downtown San Francisco campus
- Accredited by the AACSB, the highest standard of achievement held only by 5% of business schools worldwide

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Leadership is the essential resource for creating and sustaining organizations, communities, and societies. The primary goal of the O&L MA program is to bring before students a continuum of new knowledge and understanding that reflects current theories, research, and innovative practices. Read more

Leadership is the essential resource for creating and sustaining organizations, communities, and societies. The primary goal of the O&L MA program is to bring before students a continuum of new knowledge and understanding that reflects current theories, research, and innovative practices. The Organization and Leadership Master’s program is composed of a diverse and unique faculty that draws upon a common ethic to teach and live leadership through commitment, academic excellence, and innovative practice.

The Master of Arts in Organization and Leadership (O&L) consists of 30 credits. The program gives students the opportunity to work with a diverse and unique faculty and focus their study

Program Delivery

To meet the needs of working professionals, the program follows a schedule of alternate weekend classes that convene nine times a semester (Friday evenings and all day Saturdays). See our Teaching Weekend schedule.

COURSE DETAILS

FOUNDATIONS | 3 CREDITS (REQUIRED)

  • O&L 614 - Introduction to Organization and Leadership (3)

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY | 3 CREDITS

  • GEDU 603 - Methodology of Educational Research (3)

O&L COURSEWORK - GENERAL OR FOCUS AREA | 15 CREDITS

  • O&L 615 - Information Systems in Educational Management (3)
  • O&L 621 - Budget and Finance (3)
  • O&L 622 - Education Law (3)
  • O&L 624 - Human Resources in Educational Management (3)
  • O&L 630 - Educational Leadership (3)
  • O&L 635 - Anthropology of Education (3)
  • O&L 652 - Data Based Decision Making for School Leaders (3)
  • O&L 654 - School, Community and Society (3)
  • O&L 658 - Culture and Work (3)
  • O&L 661 - Organization Development and Learning (3)
  • O&L 670 - Ethical Organization (3)

ELECTIVES | 6 CREDITS

Choose 2 elective courses drawn from the following based on program adviser approval:

  • Organization & Leadership courses
  • Special topics courses,
  • Directed studies,
  • Other School of Education department courses,
  • Accepted transfer courses.

The Organization and Leadership Program Learning Outcomes

  1. Critique Systems of Power
  2. Identify ways institutions perpetuate, and create opportunities to challenge, injustice, inequality, and oppression.
  3. Organizational Complexities
  4. Identify, describe, and critique theories for analyzing organizations and institutions and their relationship to society.
  5. Leadership
  6. Identify, describe, and critique leadership theory and traditional approaches to leadership in educational settings and community contexts.
  7. Articulate a leadership philosophy and develop practical approaches to function as agents of change.


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