The Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies in Organizational Development & Leadership
(CAGS-ODL) and the Certificate of Graduate Studies in Organizational Development & Leadership (CGS-ODL), offered at both Philadelphia and Georgia campuses, provide graduate-level applied
behavioral sciences coursework in organizational development & leadership to individuals
seeking to enhance their competency as leader practitioners in diverse sectors, disciplines
and organization settings. CAGS applicants from non-PCOM programs are eligible for
the CAGS-ODL program if they possess a master’s or doctoral degree in any discipline.
PCOM DO, PsyD, PharmD, MS-ODL and MS-Mental Health Counseling students may enroll
in the CAGS program while completing their degree. Applicants to the CGS program
must have a bachelor's degree in any discipline.
The CAGS-ODL and CGS-ODL programs provide an action learning core foundation designed
to integrate and apply organization development theories and strategies that will
enhance professional practice. The focus on leadership, self-awareness, organizational
change and intentionally designing processes to facilitate collaboration across organizations
will prove to be a demonstration of skill and competency that are critical to deliver
individual and organizational results.
Learn more about the CAGS & CGS programs.
How to Apply
Curriculum for CAGS-ODL & CGS-ODL
Students select four courses (12 credits total) from this list to complete the certificate.
The ODL Program Director will consider other course options for candidates based on
the needs and interests of the candidates.