Master's in Organizational Leadership
The MASTER’S IN ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERSHIP (MOL) prepares graduates to lead, inspire, and guide organizations while also supporting colleagues in their professional work and personal development.
Graduates will be career-ready leaders capable of driving initiatives, managing change, developing staff, and acting ethically to achieve organizational goals.
Grounded in Muhlenberg’s expertise in interdisciplinary study and adult education, the program integrates practical leadership applications with academic study, providing students with the skills and knowledge to drive success in any organization. Through coursework, a professional development series, and personalized mentoring, students develop the essential technical and market skills to be organizational innovators and change leaders.
Students complete the MOL in two years, taking two courses per semester in Fall, Spring, and Summer terms for a total of 12-courses.
- Flat-rate tuition includes textbooks; No hidden fees.
- Fixed tuition for the duration of your cohort. No surprise increases.
- 12 courses, meeting once a week.
- Hybrid Online Format
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Learn essential career skills
- Capacity for global presence and decision-making
- Financing organizational operations and growth
- Operations and logistics
- Organizational networking and partnership
- Revenue development and market expertise
- Sustainable competitive performance
- Talent and career development and workforce planning
- Value propositions for customers and other stakeholders
Muhlenberg College admits applicants whose profile (a combination of prior academic performance, career accomplishments, community engagement through volunteerism, and other leadership activities) demonstrates the greatest potential for graduate study and contribution to both their profession and to a diverse society.
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