Master of Science in Organizational Leadership
Frequently Asked Questions
Is the MSOL Program designed for me?
The MSOL program is designed for those who seek to strengthen their leadership capabilities in non-profit, faith based, business or community organizations. Motivated individuals seeking to complete a graduate degree in a 12-month period will appreciate the evening/weekend/online courses and the rigorous nature of the program.
What does the program offer?
- Ten courses and three thesis seminar sessions (33 credits or intense study) that integrate theoretical and practical knowledge.
- A values-based leadership model that provides a framework for students as they seek to refine their critical thinking and applied research skills.
- The opportunity to design and complete an action research study that contributes to positive leadership and organizational change.
- Tools and processes that enable students to critique their leadership values and skills and to develop their leadership potential.
Where are classes held?
Several online classes are required. In person classes are held at the following locations:
- Nyack, NY
- New York City
When are classes offered?
- 4-hour weekday evening classes are offered twice a week in New York City.
- 8-hour Saturday classes are offered on the Nyack, NY campus.
- All students enrolled in a New York City cohort must fulfill residency requirements by attending one (1) course held on the Nyack campus.
- Courses are offered consecutively and students completing all requirements will graduate in one year.
How do I apply, enroll, and pay for the program?
- Admissions Counselors are available to guide you through the application process. Attend an incoming Information Session, or call (800-876-9225) to speak with an Admissions Counselor.
- Students enrolled in this program are eligible for Financial Aid.
- Once the admissions/payment process is completed, students are automatically registered in the appropriate courses and assigned to cohort groups that remain together throughout the program. Cohorts begin in January and September of each year.