The online Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership prepares students to excel as leaders through creative problem-solving skill sets. Learn best adaptation practices, develop technical skills, and understand ethics in the workplace. Open doors to career advancement and opportunities in a wide range of organizations. Throughout the program, you’ll will also grow in people skills, and expand in diverse ways of thinking. Faculty will encourage you to become a personable, caring leader who recognizes the value of its workforce.
The affordable tuition includes an iPad pre-loaded with Saint Mary’s revolutionary learning platform, so you can complete coursework anywhere and on your time. Financial aid is available and the program can be completed in 20 months.
M.A. in Organizational Leadership Curriculum
This distinctive curriculum will show you how to be a:
- Learning leader who possesses awareness, critical thinking skills, and ethics
- Connected leader who can successfully communicate, build relationships, and collaborate
- Adaptive leader who can innovate, be creative, and navigate complexity and ambiguity
- Global leader who understands geopolitical and economic environments, demonstrates intercultural awareness, and successfully navigates cultural complexity
- Strategic leader who can make decisions, manage knowledge, and employ the art and science of analysis
If you would like to learn more about Saint Mary's online Master's in Organizational Leadership degree program, complete the form to request more information.
- Must hold an undergraduate degree from a regionally accredited institution and an overall grade-point average (GPA) of 2.75 on a 4.00 scale (If your GPA upon admission is below 2.75, you may be admitted with provisional status upon approval of your respective program’s director.).
- Required application materials include: official transcripts, personal statement, current resume, and two letters of reference or recommendation.
School Accreditation Statement
Saint Mary's University of Minnesota is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, www.hlcomission.org.