The master’s program in Organizational Management is a 60 quarter unit program.
- 40 units of core curriculum
- 20 units of electives
The core, required curriculum emphasizes important critical thinking and people skills and covers business and management fundamentals. There is also a 4-unit Capstone Experience, which is a team-based project for a client organization.
- Foundations of Business Practice
- Systems Thinking
- Organizational Behavior: A Managerial Perspective
- Quantitative Analysis
- Managerial Inquiry
- Negotiation and Conflict Resolution
- Team Building and Process Dynamics
- Personal and Professional Effectiveness
- Capstone Experience
The elective units may be fulfilled with courses, workshops, internships, or independent studies. You can choose from Organizational Management offerings, or courses in the graduate psychology program, graduate education program, and other campus-based programs, or through courses from other institutions.
Example elective courses:
- Organizational Strategy and Policy
- Consultation Skills
- Career Development
- Planned Change and Organization Development
- Leadership, Motivation and Power