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Online Master of Science in Management and Organizational Behavior Curriculum

The online Master of Science in Management and Organizational Behavior curriculum at Benedictine University provides you with the breadth and depth of knowledge to lead effectively in a company or organization. You will gain a solid foundation and comprehensive understanding of issues in strategic planning, labor relations, managerial accounting, information management, global interdependence, workforce diversity, change management, and ethical leadership. You will learn from professors and top national academicians who are experts in their field and teach from their own experience in organizational behavior and organization development.

The organizational behavior degree and training at Benedictine will provide you with excellent academic preparation to lead organizations and manage change in a rapidly evolving, global business environment.

To earn the Master of Science in Management and Organizational Behavior (MSMOB), students are required to complete 30 credit-hours as described below.

Core Courses (30 credits, each course is 3 credits)

Foundation Courses* (Subject to waiver, each course is 3 credits)

*Waiver of one or more Foundation courses may be determined by the department chair/program director on a case-by-case basis. Students with equivalent undergraduate coursework completed within seven years from the date of application to the program with a grade of B or higher may be eligible for a foundation course waiver. Students with a relevant graduate degree or a professional or industry certificate/licensure (e.g. Certified Public Accountant, Project Management Professional, etc.) may also be eligible for a waiver of a foundation course.

Read About the Impact of Organizational Behavior

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 resources focusing on skills emphasized in the program: