It's not too late enroll for Fall classes at DeVos. Online MBA and MS Organizational Leadership classes begin October 23!
The DeVos Graduate School at Northwood University produces MBAs who go on to become leaders in today’s global, free-enterprise society.
Students partake in an educational and transformational journey that is rooted in the Northwood Idea, Northwood University’s educational outcomes, and a unique, student-driven learning model.
The DeVos experience creates highly effective leaders through a process of personal and professional transformation based on an integrative curriculum and student-driven learning methodology.
The MSOL is a degree program for professionals who recognize that individual and organizational success is about making a contribution.
Organizations are seeking innovative, high-performance professionals who have the skills and training to provide leadership—the kind of leadership that manages change, inspires others achieve greatness, and drives the bottom line. The Master of Science in Organizational Leadership (MSOL) at Northwood University is designed to help you unleash the human potential within your organization while positioning yourself for professional advancement.
The MSOL offers participants a chance to prepare for personal and professional advancement for themselves, their communities, and their organizations. The program design examines the behaviors that facilitate effective personal and organizational leadership and learning, as well as collaborative problem-solving strategies and practices. Prospective students must have earned a bachelor’s degree and have at least three years of work experience prior to enrolling in the program.
The program is ideal for individuals who want to upgrade their knowledge and skill-sets in a multi-disciplinary program and earn a graduate credential. Courses are offered by outstanding faculty who are both practicing leaders in their fields and exceptional educators who bring real-world experience and opportunities into the learning environment. The program is offered using the online / virtual classroom incorporating asynchronous and synchronous learning technology to create a robust learning environment.
Monday, October 23, 2017
Richard DeVos Graduate School of Management