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Master's in Organizational Leadership (MOL)

Students seeking to enhance their managerial skills and understanding of organizational practices and structures for career advancement purposes might benefit from Colorado Christian University's Master of Organizational Leadership (MOL) program. Learn more about this graduate degree program here.

Official Program Name:

Master of Organizational Leadership (MOL)

School Offering Program:

Colorado Christian University

Degree Level:


Program Prerequisites:

Before enrolling in this Master of Organizational Leadership program, prospective students are required to have completed a statistics course. Completion of an undergraduate degree and a 2.5 GPA are also required. Applicants to Colorado Christian University's master's degree programs should already possess a bachelor's degree; some programs may have additional requirements.

Program Description:

With an emphasis on problem solving and organizational systems, the Master of Organizational Leadership (MOL) program at Colorado Christian University is designed to address all aspects of managerial practices, theoretical applications, and methodologies. Students have the opportunity to learn about leadership in areas of change management, conflict management, human resources, employment law, and communications. They also have the chance to learn about leadership roles in government and nonprofit settings as well as decision-making practices, ethical theories, and management of social technologies. A research course and capstone allow students to apply research skills to complete a proposal addressing change and transformation initiatives.

Learning Format:

Online and on-campus

Program Length:

36 credits

Financial Aid:

Eligible students could be able to receive financial aid in the forms of grants, loans, and scholarships. Contact Colorado Christian University's financial aid office for more information.

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Required Courses for a Master of Organizational Leadership:

Student must complete 11 courses and a capstone totaling 36 credits to earn this master's degree. Degree program and course requirements are subject to change. Contact Colorado Christian University to confirm the most accurate information before enrolling in a program.

Course Requirements (36 credits)

  • Human Resources Management
  • Legal Issues in Management
  • Constitutional Foundations of Organizational Leadership
  • Values Aligned Leadership
  • Organizational Leadership - Theory and Practice
  • Organizational Systems and Change Management
  • Social Technology and Emerging Media
  • Relations Management: Negotiations and Conflict Resolution
  • Leading in Government and Nonprofit Organizations
  • Organization and Work Group Dynamics
  • Master of Organizational Leadership Capstone
  • Research Methods and Community Praxis

Post-Graduation Opportunities

Furthering Your Education:

Graduates of the Master of Organizational Leadership program who wish to advance their skills and knowledge of leadership theories and principles might choose to enroll in a doctoral degree program. A doctorate might be required for those who wish to seek advanced administrative positions in academics or research.

Doctoral degrees students could pursue include (but are not limited to):

  • PhD in Organizational Leadership
  • PhD in Management
  • PhD in Leadership Studies

Career Paths:

After earning the MOL degree from Colorado Christian University, graduates might be prepared to apply their skills and knowledge of management systems and theories to senior management or executive positions in corporations, nonprofit agencies, or government offices. They might seek leadership positions in areas of business, education, or health care. In business, graduates might be prepared for managerial jobs in human resources, human relations, business development, project management, or business law.

Positions graduates could pursue include:

  • Human resources manager
  • Management analyst
  • School principal
  • Training and development manager
  • Administrative service manager

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