The Master of Science in Organization Development degree will prepare students, through a combination of academic training and practical application, for responsible leadership positions in business, government, human services, and other organizational settings. Graduates will be qualified to fill a variety of challenging and rewarding positions concerned with human resources acquisition, retention, management, education and development. Designed for the experienced professional, the Master of Science in Organization Development program will give students the skills and knowledge needed to assume leadership roles in the transformation of their organizations.
Completion of the Master of Science in Organization Development program requires a total of 30 credit hours and can be accomplished in less than two years. To accommodate the busy schedules of working professionals, the majority of the coursework will be offered in an online format.
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Thanks to the generosity of Madison, Wis., Certified Public Accounting firm Smith & Gesteland, the School of Business is able to offer scholarship funding to degree seeking graduate students. Three scholarships will be awarded in August for use in the 2014-15 academic year. Apply by August 1.
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