Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership
• The M.A. in Organizational Leadership, taught from a Christian worldview, is designed to equip students to effectively lead and manage top-level teams. It is ideal for people in both for-profit and non-profit organizations, including churches.
• The program’s curriculum consists of 11 courses and includes a local, national and international perspective.
• This is a weekend program; classes will be held on alternating Saturdays. There are no prerequisites for students with an undergraduate degree.
The M.A. in OL program is ideal for aspiring leaders to equip them with the knowledge and abilities they need to lead within any type of organization. Students in this program will focus on topics such as understanding organizational processes, building strong & effective teams, organizing and leading groups, managing conflicts and leading organizational change.
Required courses will include:
OL 500—Critical Thinking
OL 501—Biblical Principles For Global Leadership
OL 510—Ethical Leadership In Public Life
OL 520—Principled Leading in a State & Local Context (Nashville)
OL 530—Organizational Culture
OL 535—Organizational Communication
OL 540—Leading Through Change In A Corporate Context
OL 545—Conflict Management
OL 550—Challenges And Opportunities Of Leading In A National Context (Washington, D.C.)
OL 570—Strategic Planning & Financial Analysis
OL 590—Dynamics Of Leading In An International Context (Jerusalem, Israel)
OL 599—Capstone Project
Williamson College is unable to offer federal financial aid for the M.A. in Organizational Leadership. Private loans for education are available for students when federal financial assistance is unavailable. Please visit http://www.finaid.org/loans/privatestudentloans.phtml to learn more about private/alternative loans offered by lenders for education.