The Organizational Development concentration of the MAA prepares students for management and analyst positions in organizations undergoing process-centered transformation as well as other positions within, or related to, the profession of Organizational Development. The concentration focus is on the functions of organizational assessment, diagnosis and intervention as well as on the functions of the training and development.
- Human Resources Management
- Foundations of Organizational Development
- Organizational Change
- Organizational Behavior and Learning
- Management Concepts and Issues
- Foundations of Organizational Research and Assessment
- 10 months
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DisciplinesPublic Administration View 506 other Masters in Public Administration in United States
- Completed Application for Admission.
- $20.00 Application Fee - (If application is submitted after February 1st) To pay online click here.
- High School Transcript - Must reflect grades for all classes completed by time of application.
- SAT and/or ACT scores. (An official report must be received from the testing center. You can request your score be sent to UIW by listing our code when you register for the exam. Our code for the SAT is 6303, and ACT is 4106).
- G.E.D. scores (if applicable). If you have achieved the General Equivalency Diploma, an official score report must be submitted.
- AP/Achievement or CLEP Test Score (if taken)
- Dual credit transcripts (if taken).
International940 USD/creditTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 940 USD per credit and a duration of 10 months.
National940 USD/creditTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 940 USD per credit and a duration of 10 months.
In-State940 USD/creditTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 940 USD per credit and a duration of 10 months.
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