Gonzaga's Master's in Organizational Leadership will enhance your effectiveness and influence in your organization, and empower you to make a positive difference in both your professional and personal life.
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There are four optional concentrations you can choose to declare. They will be noted on your transcripts as an additional specialty. They are a way to structure your elective courses to dive further into a special area of study. You do not have to choose a concentration, but you have the option to select from the following topics:
Our Master's in Organizational Leadership program challenges you to formulate your own leadership practice, allowing you to lead change, resolve conflict and motivate groups within your organization. We focus on diversity, global strategy and organizational behavior.
Our Master's in Communication & Leadership program challenges you to harness communication on all levels and in all types of organizations, whether through a crisis communication plan, an internal strategic plan or a social media strategy. You will learn to analyze your audience, understand your influence and leverage various platforms to communicate your message to become a more effective, ethical leader.
You can take elective courses within either program to fulfill your elective credit requirements.
Coursework must be distinctively graduate level by the transfer institution and must have been taken within the last five years. A minimum grad of a B* must be earned. Courses previously applied to a completed degree are not transferable to the students current program.
The Course Experience
The Student Services team is available to answer your questions and connect you to the resources you need. You will also be assigned a faculty advisor to help you meet your academic goals.
Online students have access to all of Gonzaga's resources including:
- Foley Library
- IT Help Desk
- Career Center
- Grad Student Association
- Disability Access
- University Ministry
We are all here to help you succeed.
Tuition, Scholarships & Discounts
As a graduate student, you qualify for Federal Student Aid. This funding is not need based, follow the link to the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Gonzaga also offers payment plan options and other financial resources.
Gonzaga's Financial Aid Office maintains a database of scholarships for students to access, search and apply for awards.
- Federal Employees
- Boeing Employees
- Bank of America Employees
- Diocese of Spokane - qualified full-time teachers, principals and Pastoral/Diocesan Ministers working in schools or parishes under the auspices of the Diocese of Spokane
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*P grades must be defined as a B or better.
Program information subject to change.