Organizational Leadership Program: Definition & Degrees

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What is Organizational Leadership?

At The Chicago School, a degree in Organizational Leadership prepares graduates to serve as leaders and managers in their chosen fields, while understanding and showing sensitivity to diverse populations and appreciating the importance of ethics, education, research, and policy-making.

History of Organizational Leadership at The Chicago School

The Chicago School’s Organizational Leadership programs are designed for working professionals, and prepare graduates to apply the psychological theories of leadership to their chosen fields.

Organizational Leadership graduates professionals ready to pursue opportunities in corporate, governmental, and nonprofit settings. They are often key members of executive teams for government agencies, hospital and healthcare administrations, education administrations, employee relations departments, or institutional research teams.

Degrees in Organizational Leadership offered at The Chicago School

Our post-graduate Organizational Leadership programs are available in multiple degree formats.

Organizational Leadership Programs

Careers in Organizational Leadership

The Chicago School’s Organizational Leadership programs equip graduates with the skills necessary to work as leaders in management consulting, strategic human resources, organizational effectiveness, and a variety of other fields.

Public and Private Sector Employers:

  • Government Agencies
  • Education Administrations
  • Healthcare Administrations
  • Employee Relations Departments
  • Institutional Research Teams
  • Corporations
  • Civic Industries
  • Higher Education

Organizational Leadership Job Titles:

  • Director of Human Resources
  • Director of Training & Development
  • Program Director
  • Instructor