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Master of Science in Organizational Leadership and Change Online 

Cultivate your leadership aptitude to enhance the efficiency of your organization. The online MS in Organizational Leadership and Change is a valuable degree that empowers you to lead and inspire others through positive transformation.

Tuition: $15,000

Duration: 10 months

Credit hours: 30


Future-proof your career with a leadership master's degree

Gain highly transferable leadership skills you can apply to any of industry or sector. Whether you aspire to make a difference in the corporate world, contribute to not-for-profit organizations, navigate the complexities of governmental agencies, or even establish your own entrepreneurial venture, our online master in organizational leadership will provide you with the necessary tools to succeed. 

Throughout the coursework, you will delve into the intricate workings of organizational dynamics such as learning and development, organizational theory and design, ethical decision making, intervention processes, employee motivation, and much more. Acquiring this specialized expertise will enable you to successfully navigate the complex challenges of the modern workforce. In pursuing your MS in Organizational Leadership, you are investing in your future and positioning yourself as a change agent capable of positively impacting organizations, teams, and individuals. 

Potential career opportunities:

  • Corporate communications manager
  • Office manager
  • Project leader
  • Workforce and talent strategies specialist
  • Account executive
  • Operations manager


Pay tuition one course at a time

We understand finances are an important factor in considering your higher education options. Our online programs are competitively priced and can be paid by the course for added flexibility.

Tuition rates listed apply to the 2024-2025 academic year. More detailed information about tuition and financial aid can be found here.

Program: MS in Organizational Leadership and Change 
Per credit hour: $500
Per course: $1,500
Per Program: $15,000

Financial aid
Financial aid is available to those who qualify and who are U.S. citizens. Complete the Free
Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online at

Edgewood College Federal School Code: 003848

Contact us:
Phone: 608.663.4300
Fax: 608.663.3495
Mailing address: 1000 Edgewood College Dr. Madison, WI 53711

Our online academic calendar features multiple starts

Our online programs are designed to fit your schedule. Find your ideal start date below.

7-Week Format


Start Date  

Application Deadline
 Summer II   7/1/24 6/17/24
Fall I  8/26/24 8/12/24
Fall II  10/21/24 10/7/24

Course registration is due the day before courses begin for each term.

Follow this admission checklist for our master’s in leadership program
  1. Completed graduate application.
  2. Official transcripts reflecting completion of a baccalaureate or more advanced degree from a United States regionally accredited or equivalent post-secondary institution with a cumulative grade point average of at least a 2.5 on a 4.0 scale or a 2.5 GPA in the last 60 credits.Students who do not meet the 2.5 GPA requirement may still be considered for conditional admissions.
  3. No GMAT required.
See the classes you will take in our online master’s in Organizational Leadership

To complete the Master of Science in Organizational Leadership and Change online program, students must complete 30 credit hours of coursework. 



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U.S. Student Graduate Admissions Contact Information


Phone: 608-663-4299

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Phone (by region):

  • Europe, Middle East, Africa: +44 7830 344510 
  • Asia Pacific except India: +65 6232 6730
  • North and South America: +1 240-719-6120 
  • Vietnam: +84-28-7300-8884

“If you are considering a degree at Edgewood College, just do it. My degree has already paid off ten-fold. I feel better equipped to do my job, and also more prepared for future roles. All of the projects were relevant to my work in that we used current scenarios, challenges, and teams for our projects and discussions. It felt like a true investment in myself and my future and I am a better employee as a result.”

Alicia Hazen, MS Organizational Leadership and Change