The Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership at Waldorf University is designed to develop students’ leadership and equip them to use that leadership as an instrument for organization change. Students evaluate their personal talents and opportunities for leadership, develop leadership knowledge and skills that can be directly applied to their chosen career fields, sharpen their decision-making as leaders, and learn how to shape organization culture. Waldorf’s M.A. in Organizational Leadership includes a variety of optional applied leadership concentrations, so students may tailor their leadership to their chosen career fields.
The Applied Leadership Concentration track requires successful completion of a minimum of 15 credits in the concentration area. Students have the option of completing a second Applied Leadership Concentration by meeting the 15 credit requirement under both concentrations.
This program is available online only.
- Criminal Justice Leadership
- Emergency Management Leadership
- Fire Rescue Executive Leadership
- Healthcare Management
- Human Resource Development
- Public Administration Leadership
- Sport Management
- Teacher Leader
Master's Degree Requirements
- Completion of 36-credit hour curriculum
- Minimum 3.00 cumulative GPA
- Grade of B or higher in all required courses and professional electives
|ORG||5000||Personal Leadership Development||3|
|ORG||5100||Leadership Theory and Practice||3|
|ORG||6600||Culture of Learning Organizations||3|
|ORG||6700||Diversity and Inclusion in the Organization Culture||3|
|ORG||6900||Leading Complex Change||3|
|Total Major Requirement Credit Hours:||15|
|Professional Electives & Concentration Credit Hours Required||21|