Organizational restructuring – it’s not a word we like to hear, but it’s happening all over. Your boss may rely on you to have a “big picture” view of the company to help make “change” less painful. This job may even put you in a place where you need to be the voice of “calm” during confrontations. Gonzaga University (PRSA’s newest University Partner) offers a Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership. Students range from backgrounds in law enforcement, military, nonprofit and seasoned corporate professionals.
The Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership is an interdisciplinary, online leadership degree that combines cutting-edge research from the social sciences, communications, the arts and humanities, and business into a transformative program.
Our innovative online master’s in Organizational Leadership will equip you with the tools necessary to lead in any organization. Learn how to:
The curriculum challenges you to expand your ability for creative thinking, innovative problem-solving and inspirational leadership. From your first course you will learn leadership competencies you can use right now and for the rest of your life.
Inspire. Change. Achieve
The unique nature of the degree allows students to develop their personal leadership acumen while earning the credentials necessary to thrive in their careers. Students acquire and refine the skills necessary to be better leaders in both professional and personal environments. Elective options encourage a versatile pursuit of a student’s specific passions and needs.
Servant Leadership emphasis option
Gonzaga University's leadership development program is grounded in the remarkable philosophy of Servant Leadership, which is sharply different from traditional leadership modalities. Our emphasis in Servant Leadership develops the mind, body, and spirit, throughout the course of this transformational program.
You'll learn to draw strengths from your inner self that will allow you to adapt to and solve the challenges of today and tomorrow. Servant Leadership emphasizes the core principles of listening, trust, collaboration, empathy and ethics rather than simple organizational authority models. In other words, it’s pure leadership obtained through service to others.