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Master of Organizational Leadership
The Master of Organizational Leadership (MOL) explores leadership in businesses, churches, nonprofit organizations and government. The MOL combines theory, technology and practical application as you gain marketable skills that relate directly to your career and life.
True leadership always aligns with God’s Word. At Northwestern you will learn in a Christ-centered environment that challenges you to invest in others as you grow both spiritually and intellectually. Develop rich professional networks and friendships as you interact with professors and other students.
Course of study
The Master of Organizational Leadership is granted upon completion of 36 credits. You can earn your degree in approximately 18–22 months. Students entering the program must have a bachelor’s degree.
The MOL is offered online or in a blended learning format that combines on-site classroom learning and online coursework.
MOL Coursework (36 credits)
Meet our faculty
Dr. Dale Hutchcraft
Dale Hutchcraft, Ph.D., shares the leadership he learned through years as a pastor and professor in a way that is engaging and eye-opening. "Dr. Hutch" is never short on stories and takes the time to give thorough, effective feedback on students' work so they get the most from their education. Learn more about Dr. Hutchcraft.
Learn more about our grad studies faculty.
Through advanced coursework, the master's in organizational leadership synthesizes several essential components for effective leadership:
Is the MOL for you?
The MOL is structured for people seeking to cultivate leadership ability. You will acquire knowledge about yourself and others, skills to integrate faith into the context of leadership and management and deep application of Scripture to situations leaders face. The MOL degree can help advance your career and provide an effective path for personal and professional development.