MOL Program Curriculum

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Curriculum in the MOL Program

The CCU Master of Organizational Leadership (MOL) curriculum includes 12 online courses designed to develop effective, ethical leaders. The MOL course curriculum is sequenced so that lower-level coursework can be taken before enrolling in more advanced courses. Each course in the Master of Organizational Leadership degree online is typically taken over a five-week time period. Weekly assignments are required, but the course design generally allows participants to complete coursework at the times and places that work best for them (prior to scheduled deadlines).

For Organizational Leadership online courses, CCU students participate in Master of Organizational Leadership classes that blend the latest in eLearning technology with the latest business theory and practice. Students attend classes online, do research using the Internet, exchange emails, and participate in online discussions. Even assignments and tests are submitted online.

Highlighted courses

The Master of Organizational Leadership program offers focused courses in leadership, including:

  • Organizational Leadership — Theory and Practice (LED 511). This course introduces a multi-dimensional research-based methodology for building healthy, effective, and productive global workplaces. You will learn a framework for measuring and maintaining a culture for moral and ethical competency and decision-making skills; transforming ideas, resources, and technology into economic value.
  • Constitutional Law (LAW 517). This course examines liberties and rights in the context of personal and social responsibility and the treatment of religious speech in influencing public policy through the interpretation and application of the United States Constitution.
  • Information Systems: Social Technology and Public Policy (LED 518). This course explores rapidly emerging social technologies within the framework of information systems and communications infrastructures that support knowledge sharing and distributed intelligence.
  • Leading in Government and Nonprofit Organizations (LED 525). This course examines the social and economic rationale behind government and nonprofit institutional governance and leadership and community-based services within a free and democratic financial system. Students will examine the public sector's economic engine with specific attention toward moral/ethical leadership practices.
  • Master of Organizational Leadership Capstone (LED 699). This capstone course draws from CCU's vision and mission, and the four pillars within the scholar-practitioner model, integrating a variety of research disciplines to provide a rich and meaningful self-evaluation and final research project.

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