About this course
The M.A. in Organization Development gives proficient readiness to creating associations and groups that are more normal and powerful. In four semesters, members pick up the viable abilities, calculated information, and field-tried experience to effectively lead association and group change endeavors.
Accomplice gatherings of 15 students partake in class dialogs, ability building exercises, and broad field ventures, under the direction and supervision of experienced OD specialist staff. This project has an in number duty to the guideline of differing qualities. We look for a wide range of students, including individuals from under-spoke to gathers.
- B.A. or B.S. degree from an accredited college or university.
- Relevant work experience in organizations.
- An acceptable level of competence in oral and written communication. This will be demonstrated by:
- A written statement about the student's background, relevant work experience, and specific goals to be achieved from the program;
- Individual and group interviews during the admissions process;
- A recent example of the applicant's academic or professional writing.
- At least a 3.0 grade point average in the most recent 60 units of courses.
- Applicants should have a foundational understanding of issues and concepts encountered in organizations, as well as those pertaining to human behavior and experience.
- Prerequisite course work in one or more of the following may be used to satisfy these requirements:
- Organizational Behavior or Psychology of Organizations
- Personality Theories, Human Development, or Group Process
- Alternatively, applicants may fulfill these requirements through a directed reading assignment.
- Applicants are encouraged to consult with the OD Program Director about these requirements before enrolling in prerequisite courses.