Organizational Change Leadership Admissions

Requirements

Organizational Learning and Performance in action.

One of the goals of the Organizational Change Leadership Program is to create a learning community that promotes excellence in the practice of leading effective change in organizations. To form and sustain our community of students admitted to the OCL program students must possess the following (the GRE is not required):

  • A bachelor’s degree
  • Minimum of 3.0 grade point average on a 4.0 scale on all previous undergraduate or graduate work
  • At least 2 years of relevant professional work experience

Each applicant is assessed as a whole person. No single criterion will be the determining factor in the admissions process.

Application Instructions

To be considered for the OCL Program the following documents are necessary to complete your application portfolio:

  1. Completed online application
  2. A current resume
  3. Three or more reference letters (one should be from a faculty member and another from a professional supervisor)
  4. A statement of purpose essay (approximately 1000 words) that introduces yourself, your interests and motivations, summarizes your academic and professional career, and discusses the relevance of your recent and current activities to the OCL program
  5. Transcripts from all colleges and universities attended, whether or not credit was earned, the program was completed, or the credit appears as transfer credit on another transcript

The application does not require graduate test scores.

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OCL is for you

Even if you already have a master’s degree, and you’re looking to expand and deepen your knowledge in a way that helps you to advance business objectives and create immediate impacts in organizations, OCL is for you.

What Can you expect after graduation

  • Apply current best practices for leading and developing individuals, groups, and organizations in an age of globalization
  • Conduct organizational consulting engagements using established diagnostic models and current theory and research
  • Debate theory and best practices in the knowledge areas of organizational change, organizational leadership, organizational culture, organizational learning, group dynamics, and globalization
  • Execute the role of the research-based practitioner, one who applies theory and research to organizational challenges using rigorous data collection and analysis protocols