The Master of Organizational Leadership (MOL) is an on-site or online master's degree program. The dynamic course of study offered through this organizational leadership graduate program explores the concept of leadership in a variety of venues including businesses, churches, nonprofit organizations and government.
At Northwestern you'll find a learning environment where your life experience and perspectives are valued. You'll be challenged to grow spiritually and intellectually as you learn from your professors and colleagues in your cohort.
Faculty members bring expertise in leadership from a variety of perspectives from business, ministry and education. Through their teaching and mentorship, you'll integrate your studies with your professional work to realize immediate benefits and position yourself for advancement.
Through advanced coursework, the master's in organizational leadership synthesizes several essential components for effective leadership:
Leading through change
Leadership considerations for organizational complexities
Is a master's degree in organizational leadership for you?
The Master of Organizational Leadership is structured for people working anywhere leadership is needed. You will develop knowledge, skills and insight to integrate faith into the context of leadership and management. Your MOL degree can help advance your career and provide an effective path for personal and professional development.
Course of study
The Master of Organizational Leadership is granted upon completion of 36 credits and you can earn your degree in approximately 18–22 months. Students entering the program must have a bachelor’s degree.