organizational leadership, MOl
ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERSHIP SPECIALIZATION (MOL)
Maranatha Baptist University’s Master of Organizational Leadership degree will strengthen your God-given leadership abilities and increase your knowledge of the business dynamics in organizations of all sizes. You will become part of a community that provides a forum to exchange ideas and form connections with other professionals from around the world.
The MOL provides graduate-level preparation for leaders of organizations in different fields, including business, education, and ministry. All content is taught from a biblical worldview and covers subjects such as budgetary and financial management, communication, organizational change, ethics, and human resource management.
The available online environment provides for universal participation and mutual exchange while allowing flexibility for life schedules, employment obligations, and ministry commitments
MBU 500 – Graduate Success in Online Learning (0 credits)
MOL 505 – Theological & Historical Found. of Org. Leadership (3 credits)
MOL 510 – Theories & Models of Leadership (3 credits)
MOL 515 – Organizational Behavior (3 credits)
MOL 520 – Organizational Communication (3 credits)
MOL 525 – Methods of Organizational Research (3 credits)
MOL 530 – Strategic Leadership & Organizational Change (3 credits)
MOL 540 – Strategic Human Resources Management (3 credits)
MOL 550 – Budgetary and Financial Management (3 credits)
MOL 560 – Organizational Ethics and Governance (3 credits)
MOL 575 – Operations and Project Management (3 credits)
MOL 590 – Organizational Leadership Capstone Project Proposal (3 credits)
MOL 600 – Organizational Leadership Capstone (3 credits)
Total Required Credits: 36
- Perspective of a biblical worldview, with particular emphasis on servant leadership
- Identify and analyze organizational communication patterns and networks.
- Articulate a personal leadership philosophy that integrates a biblical worldview into organizational leadership.
- Engage in independent research by applying critical thinking and inquiry skills in data gathering, synthesis, problem solving and decision-making.
- Identify opportunities for planned organizational change and development based on a systemic analysis of an organization’s processes, structures, and systems.
- Develop a formal proposal (plan) for organizational change and interventions as part of a culminating project.
Use this GRADUATE COURSE SCHEDULE to choose an upcoming graduate course.
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