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Master of Organizational Leadership (MOL)

Program Overview

The Master of Organizational Leadership is a general leadership program that emphasizes the integration of leadership disciplines within a Christian, ethical framework. It is designed for students with an undergraduate degree in either business or a non-related field. Thirty hours are required for graduation. The program explores employee engagement and morale, organizational change, communication and conflict resolution, training and development, business ethics, and the development of teams. The program is designed for working professionals and is offered online or in a hybrid format.

Core Principles

As you work through your program, you’ll solidify the three core competencies of organizational leadership and management: ethical perspectives, practical application and merging leadership and organizational development strategies.

Applying Your Skills

Companies everywhere are seeking that edge in leadership and management. So, whether you’re grasping for your first management job or moving up the ranks, a graduate degree in organizational leadership will serve you well. The degree also can boost your pay from $10,000 to $20,000 and often is a mandatory qualification in industries such as manufacturing and healthcare.

Discover more about this program: AU Master of Organizational Leadership (MOL)

Some recognition and awards Anderson University has received include:

  • Ranked #1 Up and Coming school among regional colleges in the South (2015 – U.S. News and World Report)
  • Ranked #2 Most Innovative School among regional colleges in the South (2016 – U.S. News and World Report)
  • Ranked #16 (Public and Private) among regional colleges in the South (2016 – U.S. News and World Report)
  • US News & World Report recently ranked AU among the top 11 universities in the South (public and private) whose graduates accumulate the least educational debt
  • Apple Distinguished School for innovation, leadership, and educational excellence – 2015/2016
  • Best Southeastern Colleges (Princeton Review – 2014)