Degree Requirements

  • Organizational management and leadership graduate students must earn a total of 36 credits to graduate.
  • A maximum of six credits may be transferred from an accredited institution, if a final grade of B or above was obtained, and if courses are consistent with concentration requirements.
  • All graduate students must take the three foundation courses. (See Table A below)
  • All organizational management and leadership students must complete a graduate action research project.
  • The College authorizes the awarding of a Master of Science degree in human services for an approved "B" average or better.


MCCP 625 Leadership: A Lifelong Journey Two credits
MCCP 626 Economics of Change Two credits
MCCP 628 Building Multicultural Communities and Organizations Two credits


The School Professional and Continuing Studies is a tri-mester program. Full-time study is nine credits per term. Day-long classes generally meet one weekend per month. Course structures include a pre-assignment which helps the student establish a frame of reference for class discussion on the first day. Required courses of the organizational management and leadership concentration appear below in Table B by term sequence.

Table B: Organizational Management a Concentration Program Outline

Term One Courses Credits
MOML 625 Leadership: A Lifelong Journey Two credits
MOML 657 Strategic Planning Two credits
MOML 667 Program Evaluation Two credits
MOML 601 Graduate Project I Two credits
Term Two Courses Credits
MOML 662 Staffing, Supervision, and Human Resource Management Two credits
MOML 668 Ethical Competence Two credits
MOML 628 Building Multicultural Communities and Organizations Two credits
MOML 602 Graduate Project II Three credits
Term Three Courses Credits
MOML 659 Fiscal Management Two credits
MOML 626 Economics and Social Change Two credits
MOML 678 Advocacy and Policy Analysis Two credits
MOML 603 Graduate Project III Three credits
Term Four Courses Credits
MOML 661 Organizational Change and Development Two credits
Cohort-chosen Elective Two credits
Cohort-chosen Elective Two credits
MOML 604 Graduate Project IV Three credits

Cohort-chosen electives may include:

MOML 664 Legal and Ethical Aspects of Nonprofit Management Two credits
MOML 666 Power and Accountability Two credits
MOML 669 Board Development and Nonprofit Organizations Two credits
MOML 676 Conflict in the Workplace Two credits
MOML 677 Marketing and Public Relations

Meet Janine Spinola Taylor, EdD - Concentration Coordinator, Organizational Management and Leadership

Janine Spinola Taylor, EdD is a full-time faculty member and Coordinator of the Organizational Management and Leadership concentration in our Master's degree program. Learn more about her and her work with the program!

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