Degree At A Glance

  • Credits: 30
  • Tuition per Credit: $775
  • Online
  • Rolling admissions
  • 8 week courses
  • Earn your MOL in as little as one year. Part-time students can earn an MOL in two years.

Virtual Faculty Conversations

In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, all visits will now be conducted virtually via our Virtual Faculty Conversations. These visits are open to all prospective and admitted students and will include a video chat with a faculty member.

Masters of Business Administration, Accounting & Organizational Leadership Faculty Sessions
Wednesday, April 15 Noon Register Here
Wednesday, April 22 Noon Register Here
Wednesday, April 29 Noon Register Here
Wednesday, May 6 Noon Register Here

Use the links below to apply online at no cost, or to request further information.
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Use the links below to apply online at no cost, or to request further information.
Apply Online Request Information
Develop and enhance your leadership skills for career growth in the for-profit, nonprofit, or public sectors. Acquire the technical expertise needed to develop strategy, gain knowledge of organizational behavior, improve your ability to communicate effectively with individuals and teams, and learn to make ethical decisions, plan strategically, and motivate members of your organization. The interdisciplinary structure of the Juniata’s Organizational Leadership master’s degree program, which features our College’s distinctive expertise in conflict resolution, will enable you to earn a master’s degree that focuses on conflict and change, social entrepreneurship, collaborative partnerships, and the ability to think broadly about leadership in for-profit, nonprofit, and public sectors.

A Distinct Experience

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 Master of Organizational Leadership (OL) Curriculum

Course OL Course # Credits
21st Century Leadership OL 502 3
Organizational Communication & Culture OL 510 3
Marketing in the Information Age OL 522 3
Conflict and Change OL 530 3
Social Entrepreneurship OL 540 3
Capstone or Master's Paper OL 595 3-6
Quantitative Analysis and Research Methods OL 511 3
Organizational Behavior OL 512 3
Professional Ethics & Social Responsibility OL 531 3
Strategic Human Resource Management and People Analytics OL 571 3

Prerequisites include a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution with a minimum of a 2.75 GPA.

For more information, please contact:

Nicole Bopp
Assistant Director of Graduate Admissions