MS in Organizational Leadership

College

  • Continuing & Professional Studies

Degree Earned

  • Master of Science

Program Type

  • Online

Meet our Students

A recent graduate of the program, Anjeanette notes, ““[The Master of Science in Organizational Leadership program] helped with planning, execution and revision. I love the interaction I had with my professors. They always provided me with the support I needed.” Anjeanette is now a proud two-time graduate of Jefferson. To read more about Anjeanette’s journey please read “Celebrating the Class of 2022” in The Nexus.

“I chose the Master of Science in Organizational Leadership program at Jefferson because I wanted to further my knowledge and qualifications for my current position.  As a graduate of Jefferson for my undergraduate degree, I knew Jefferson would give me the education I required at a pace that I could handle.” Harold will be completing his degree in 2023 in support of his goal of moving in rank at his current employer. He also hopes to get into teaching.

“After researching more about what the Master of Science in Organizational Leadership (MSOL) degree entailed, I felt that this would be a grand opportunity for me to switch career paths. I had been strongly considering other options for my future profession and the MSOL program answered those unanswered questions. I felt that this program would provide me the substance that I needed to succeed in the future.” 

Shamere plans to graduate in 2023 and leverage her clinical experience, and knowledge gained from the MSOL program, to pursue additional leadership opportunities in healthcare. 

“As a graduate of Philadelphia University, when I was looking for Organizational Leadership programs, I was interested in a program that was fully online and compatible with a full time job. The newness of the program was exciting and the opportunity to take six classes a year fit with my goals to complete my degree in two years or less. Speaking to [Director of Admissions] about the program answered all my questions and made me decide this was the right next step for my education.” Like many students, Ivy was hesitant about returning to school, but the pandemic convinced her it was time for a change, “I previously had not anticipated returning to school after completing my Bachelor’s degree, but the pandemic made me realize I was burned out in my previous position and industry. I was unsure if I would be able to make a career change without going back to school, but I wanted a degree that would complement my background without pigeonholing me. A few months after enrolling in the MSOL program I found a new career with an amazing company (Gusto), and I enjoy being able to directly relate what I am learning to my day to day work.” As for Ivy’s plans post graduating in 2023, she noted, “ I aspire to continue learning more about the tech industry and hope to work my way up in my department and organization over the next few years.”

“I’ve chosen the program Master of Science in Organizational Leadership program to further my education in leadership Skills for a higher role with the organization I currently work in and to improve my personal development.” As of 2023, Nicole will be a two-time graduate of Jefferson, having also completed her undergraduate degree at Jefferson, and looks forward to utilizing the knowledge and skills gained in the degree to continue to advance in her career in behavioral health.