The M.S. in Organization Development (MSOD) program empowers professionals to lead change through collaboration and mutually trusting relationships in the organizational system.
Students study theories and models of OD, practice participatory action research and develop skills to effectively contribute to, manage, and lead teams. The MSOD program values self-awareness, self-care, reflection, and compassion as building blocks of change.
The MSOD program curriculum is designed around four essential elements that define the field: reflection (self-as-instrument), diagnosis, implementation, and evaluation.
- The MSOD curriculum is comprised of 32 units–24 units of core coursework and 8 units of electives.
- Loading... are scheduled weeknights and occasional Saturdays; a convenient student schedule for working professionals.
- Classes are held at the USF Downtown campus at 101 Howard Street, San Francisco California.