Program Objectives
Organizational Leadership in the Biosciences

Our students will demonstrate knowledge of and proficiency in the following areas upon completion of the organizational leadership concentration:

  • Leadership and ethics
  • Self-awareness and authenticity
  • Group dynamics
  • Systems thinking
  • Conceptual intervention design
  • Business/organizational knowledge acumen
  • Coaching and mentoring
  • Consulting
  • Effective communication
  • Diversity and inclusion

Students will also be able to:

  • apply skills and techniques of organizational leadership, psychological theory, program evaluation and performance-based outcomes measures in bioscience leadership.
  • apply the theoretical aspects of group, organizational and systemic thought in the real world.
  • demonstrate an understanding of scientific method, data analysis and empirical inquiry.
  • apply advanced skills to access, synthesize and interpret relevant literature.
  • show proficiency in written and oral communication of bioscience and organizational leadership topics.
  • demonstrate effective use of computer technology in researching biomedical science and organizational leadership topics.


For more information about the Organizational Leadership concentration and related programs, please contact:


Elizabeth (Beth) P. Levine, MA, MCP
Assistant Program Director, Organization Development and Leadership Graduate Program
Phone: 678-225-7589


Dr. Jeffrey Branch, EdD
Program Director, Organization Development and Leadership Graduate Program
Phone: 215-871-6947