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ORGL 600: Foundations of Leadership
This course is the foundation of the organizational leadership program. You will investigate various theories of leadership and communication used by leaders in organizations, both positive and negative. You will explore your own ideas of leadership and how they relate to real world scenarios, through research, readings, discussion with your peers and personal reflection. During this process you will discover new ideas about what leadership is and will develop a leadership growth plan and craft your own leadership philosophy.
ORGL 605: Imagine, Create, Lead
3-day On-campus Immersion | Fully Online Options Available for Spring 2022
Come to campus and experience Gonzaga in person. During this 3-day immersion you will meet with your faculty to discuss career goals, check-in with Student Services and engage with your peers. This is your chance to establish friendships and build relationships that will support you throughout your master’s journey and beyond graduation. Have you ever been stuck trying to think of a creative way to solve an organizational problem? During this course, you will spark your creativity and explore innovative ways to solve problems, build a team and communicate, and see how creativity can become a useful leadership skill. You will later use your newfound knowledge to create a final class project. Some of the subjects you may explore include, art, architecture, Ignatian imagination, literature, poetry, music and even improv.
ORGL 610: Communication and Leadership Ethics
Inquiry into the personal, organizational, and social values present in moral dilemmas. Students will develop skills in ethical communication and decision-making, and recognize how to act for the common good as leaders who can acknowledge and consider multiple moral perspectives within a global context.
ORGL 615: Organizational Behavior and Theory
The purpose of this core course is to provide exposure to theories of organizations, organizational behavior, and systems as well as a variety of strategies and tactics useful to successful leaders and followers. The content includes a traditional macro organizational theory emphasis on structure and culture and then extends to organizational behavior focusing on leading teams and interpersonal relationships.
ORGL 620: Leadership Seminar - 3 credits
This course, referred to as your capstone is the culmination of your leadership coursework. In this course you will reflect on what has changed for you both personally and professionally since enrolling in the program. You will also examine what you have learned, refine your leadership philosophy and apply your leadership skills and practice to a final leadership project.