The interdisciplinary master of science in organizational development and leadership degree is an interdisciplinary program that is delivered by a diverse faculty from the College of Arts and Sciences, the John L. Grove College of Business, and the College of Education and Human Services. Faculty from the following areas will sponsor courses in the program: Business, Political Science, Gerontology, Psychology, Geography/Earth Science, Educational Administration, and Communication. Core courses will be taught by:

  • C. Nielsen Brasher, PhD, Political Science Department, American University
  • Debra A. Cornelius, PhD, Sociology and Anthropology Department, George Washington University
  • Barbara J. Denison, PhD, Organizational Development and Leadership Program Coordinator, Sociology and Anthropology Department, Northwestern University
  • Sara A. Grove, PhD, Chair, Political Science Department, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; J.D., Dickinson School of Law
  • Michael E. Greenberg, Political Science Department, University of Texas at Austin
  • Amanda Olejarski, PhD, Political Science Department, Virginia Polytechnic University
  • Lonce Sandy-Bailey, PhD, Political Science Department, University of Massachusetts

ODL alums are saying...

  • You will see leadership through all new lenses.
  • The knowledge you gain will help you grow personally and professionally. I loved this program and would do it again in a heartbeat!
  • This is a great program.
  • Knowledge is power - believe in yourself - and never give up
  • It's totally worth paying attention to this stuff
  • Learn from each other.... It's not about right or wrong, it's about understanding why and differences of process