The Master of Science In Organizational Leadership (MSOL) is a multi-disciplinary masters program that focuses on values-based leadership.

How Can MSOL Help Your Career?

Ray Panko, Vice President of Gallagher SKS, talks about how the Mount's MSOL program made him a better father, mentor, and leader. See more MSOL amazing stories.

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You can expect changes in your approach and in your outcomes. 

  • Increased management and leadership skills. You become primed for expanded supervisory responsibility and possible commensurate pay increases.
  • Stronger self-awareness, which leads to a realistic appraisal of your knowledge, skills and abilities. You will be able to assess which jobs or promotions to pursue. You may also realize you are qualified for positions you once thought impossible.
  • Increased exposure to new ideas and methods. You become aware of new concepts and the knowledge that supports them, (i.e., ways to lead and facilitate change).
  • Expanded networking. You will acquire access and information about new and unforeseen career opportunities as you share your goals and abilities with your peers in the program and in the work place.

Find out more about the Master of Science in Organizational Leadership.

Where Our Graduates/Students Work

Private businesses, corporations, hospitals, non-profits...our list of satisfied companies continues to grow.  Top leaders from these industries have trusted us with their best and brightest.

Tuition and Financial Aid

The cost of the program is $620 a credit hour. Learn more about tuition and financial aid.

Off-Campus Partnerships

The MSOL is offered at several local off-campus locations designed to bring our excellent programs closer to you. Discover where and what programs we're offering.

News and Events

Stay up to date with the most recent organizational leadership program news and events; visit the department of organizational leadership page. 

Contact Us

Daryl Smith, Ph.D., Director
(513) 244-4920
daryl.smith@msj.edu

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