The Department of Organizational Development and Leadership is dedicated to training practitioner-scholars who apply the art and science of leadership theories and models coupled with individual self-awareness to create a positive organizational culture, improve the performance of organizations and maximize human potential in the not-for-profit and for-profit sectors.
At PCOM, leadership graduate students focus on understanding the whole organization from a systems-based perspective that is consistent with the osteopathic philosophy of the university. The curriculum focuses on interprofessional collaboration, advocacy, individual and cultural diversity, and serving the underserved. Our faculty includes highly credentialed and respected practitioners and scholars with expertise in organizational development, leadership and change management who mentor students and provide a collaborative learning environment.
The Department houses the MS programs in Organizational Development and Leadership, Non Profit Leadership and Population Health Management, Public Health Management and Administration and certificate programs in each of these areas.
Jeffrey Branch, EdD
Chair, Department of Organizational Development and Leadership
Director of MS programs in Organizational Development and Leadership and Non Profit Leadership and Population Health Management