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Organizational Development and Leadership

MS and Certificate Programs


Master of Science in Organizational Development and Leadership

Today’s healthcare systems are ever-changing. As a result, they need individuals like you who understand the art and science of leading dynamic change—individuals who can create a positive culture, improve organizational performance and maximize human potential.

PCOM’s Master of Science degree in Organizational Development and Leadership (ODL) uniquely combines organizational theory and individual self-discovery to provide an essential leadership perspective.

Our program, offered on the Philadelphia campus, is led by faculty with expertise in organizational development, leadership and change management. All sectors (not-for-profit, for-profit, government, education and healthcare) are represented in the classroom, offering a rich diversity of perspectives and experiences. For students who work in the healthcare sector, the ODL program’s unique setting within a medical school and healthcare community will provide you with enhanced insight into healthcare systems and providers, as well as their organizational change issues, challenges and opportunities.

During this dynamic, 36-credit program, you will explore and share practical information in an open, collaborative learning environment. This program features full weekend delivery, a schedule designed with working professionals in mind, blending face-to-face learning and online, technology-based project work.

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MS in ODL Program Quick Facts
Duration 2 years, full-time (part-time available)
Credits 36
Location PCOM
Start Term Fall (August)

Program Objectives

Students will demonstrate development in the following competencies upon completion of the Master of Science degree in Organizational Development and Leadership:

  • Foundational competencies - reflective practice and self-awareness, relational health and group process skills, business/organizational knowledge and acumen, systems thinking and intervention design skills, personal character/ethics and individual-cultural diversity.
  • Functional competencies - leadership, assessment/diagnosis/action research, intervention design, coaching and mentoring, consulting and communication.
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For more information, please contact:

PCOM Office of Admissions
Email: admissions@pcom.edu
Phone: 215-871-6700 | Fax: 215-872-6719

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