The Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership (MAOL) program enables you to increase your ability to lead, as well as shows you how to help organizations enhance their overall leadership capacity. You will expand your self-awareness, learn how to improve the performance of individuals, teams, and organizations, and gain knowledge about how to develop these vital leadership skills in others. The MAOL program will help you turn your vision for a better tomorrow into a reality
You can complete the 100% online MAOL program in as little as two years. All courses are sixteen weeks long in the fall and spring semesters and eight weeks long in the summer semesters. The MAOL program provides an applied approach to the study and practice of leadership.
You will learn from a team that is dedicated to your success. Most importantly, you can tailor the leadership degree program to meet your career interests by choosing one of three specialty tracks: organizational leadership, nonprofit and volunteer leadership, military, and government leadership.
The program includes four phases.
The MAOL program offers one of the most innovative completion options available in higher education. We call this option the Experiential Leadership Completion Program (ELCP). Many ELCP participants will find that this program provides the most significant leadership development experience of their careers.
Online programs are an investment in each student’s future, and OU makes every effort to see that each qualified candidate is able to attend. Current students use many types of financing to cover their expenses such as Financial Aid. To learn more, please fill out the form above to speak with one of our enrollment counselors.
The MAOL program tuition is $26,994 ($818/credit hour).
$350 non-refundable tuition deposit
STEP ONE: Complete Online Application Form
You can start an online application here. As soon as you have completed the required information, please submit your application.
STEP TWO: Provide Your Supporting Materials
The online MAOL program requires the following supporting materials:
Once all required materials have been received, your application file will be sent to our Admissions Committee.
STEP THREE: Review and Evaluation
The review process takes two to three weeks and admitted students will receive communication as soon as an official decision has been rendered. Post-acceptance next steps will be provided to admitted students at this time.
Read more about OU Extended Campus programs and you’ll see why so many non-traditional students choose our college as their first step toward a better career.
Research conducted by faculty from the MA in Organizational Leadership program rates how employers are meeting workforce needs during the COVID-19 pandemic.