Advance your career by gaining expertise in the human side of business. One of the first programs of its kind, Benedictine’s Master of Science (MS) in Management and Organizational Behavior has been paving the way to organizational excellence for nearly 50 years. This renowned degree program is now offered fully online in both accelerated and traditional formats, allowing busy professionals like you to become part of Benedictine’s legacy of success and thought leadership.
In the fast-paced and dynamic business landscape, organizations are more focused than ever on greater integration across departments, finding operational efficiencies and increasing productivity. Your advanced understanding of individual and group behavior will help set you apart in this environment by providing you with the skills necessary to address these issues and help maximize organizational performance and achieve company objectives. As you work your way through the Organizational Behavior courses, you will be able to use the concepts you learn to affect changes and drive innovation in your current organization.
Earning your MS in Management and Organizational Behavior will prepare you to positively affect the human side of a company. You will come away from this master’s program equipped to:
The director of the MS in Management and Organizational Behavior program, Peter F. Sorensen Jr., Ph.D., is widely known and recognized as a pioneer in the organizational management field. The author of more than 200 articles, papers and books, Sorensen was instrumental in shaping the program's direction and has been developing leaders in the field since 1970. He and the rest of our highly respected and credentialed faculty are seasoned professionals who combine solid academic backgrounds with extensive practical, real-world experience.
Choose from our traditional format of one course at a time or our accelerated learning team model. The rigorous accelerated program allows you to complete your degree in half the amount of time and progress together with the same group of classmates.
The GRE or GMAT requirement for admission may be waived on a case-by-case basis and based on your professional experience, you may also be able to waive up to four courses as well.
If you are interested in finding out more about how the learning outcomes in the Master’s in Management and Organizational Behavior play out in the real world, here are several articles focusing on skills emphasized in the program:
Take the next steps toward achieving your professional goals to lead, manage and facilitate change with an online master’s degree from Benedictine University. Just contact us to request more information, apply online or speak to an Admissions Representative at (866) 295-3104.