A bachelor's degree no longer sets you apart. In today's competitive job market, not only do you need the right knowledge and experience, but also an advanced degree that distinguishes you from others. In particular, our Leadership & Organizational Development training program provides the skills necessary to effectively lead people in an ever-changing work environment. If you're looking for leadership development programs in St. Louis, SLU can help.
It plays a significant role in the success of an organization - at every level.
Obtaining a Master’s in Leadership and Organizational Development is an important step in both advancing professional development and enhancing career opportunities and satisfaction.
M.A. in Leadership & Organizational Development
The Leadership and Organizational Development (LOD) master's degree is a 36-hour program designed for working professionals wishing to pursue a professional master's degree while maintaining part- or full-time employment. With courses offered in an online format with optional blended discussion meetings in an accelerated 8-week term, these leadership development courses makes advanced education more accessible for working professionals.
This online program develops 12 competencies through project-based learning in the areas of leadership and organizational development, with specific emphases at the personal, interpersonal/group, and organizational levels.
At the Personal level, students within this online program at Saint Louis University will be able to:
At the Interpersonal/Group level, students will be able to:
At the Organizational level, students will be able to:
Project-Based Indicators of Success
At the end of the LOD program, students will produce a variety of artifacts that document both their success and their commitment to future development and lifelong learning.
Through the leadership courses that our Leadership & Organizational Development Master's Degree provides, you will develop a portable set of knowledge and skills that aren't about how to perform your job, but are about how to be a leader as it applies to your current job, your future job and all areas of your life.
For more information about our online leadership development programs in St. Louis, fill out the form on this page.
To learn more about how this program teaches you to think and act using an Organizational Development (OD) perspective, and what exactly an OD perspective is, visit Dr. Matt Grawitch's blog on "Why Leadership & Organizational Development?"
If you haven't completed your bachelor's degree, check out the Leadership & Organizational Development bridge program.