The M.S. in Management and Organizational Behavior program is designed to accommodate working professionals. Therefore, classes are scheduled in the evening and on weekends. Eighty-five percent of the degree requirements can be completed through weekend coursework. Most students complete their degree in two to four years of part-time enrollment.
The curriculum provides students with a solid foundation in the traditional areas of management skills, such as strategic planning, managerial accounting and information management. Most of all, the program fosters collaborative faculty/student relationships aimed at achieving a common goal: learning to create and sustain excellence in management.
The Accelerated M.S. in Management and Organizational Behavior is a 13-month program consisting of five quarters and provides a concentration in organization development and change management. The program is committed to providing students with the most current information on the timeliest of Organization Development topics and mirroring the trends and activities apparent in management today.
Designed in a cohort, weekend format, the Accelerated program furnishes instruction and professional supervision to present and future O.D. practitioners for leadership roles as consultants (internal and external) and managers in a variety of settings.
Built on a 50-year history of successful graduate-level education, this program is intended for working professionals currently holding positions in organization development, line management or a closely-related field such as human resource management.
The Master of Science degree in Management and Organizational Behavior requires 64 quarter-hour credits.
SHRM Student Chapter & Chicago Chapter of the Organization Development Institute at Benedictine University.
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