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Executive Masters Program in Change Leadership
Organization & Leadership
The Executive Masters Program is an intensive and highly selective cohort-based academic program that culminates in a 45-credit Masters of Arts Degree in Organizational Psychology, with a specialization in Change Leadership.
The program is delivered in four 1-week modules extending over one year and includes pre-work, post-work and guided independent study/action research as part of the formal program requirements. Executives are required to attend each module in its entirety and to participate fully in all independent and online learning activities that occur in the liminal spaces between the learning modules. The Program utilizes virtual platforms for course and communication management for learning activities undertaken outside of the modules.
Learning modules for the 2017 cohort are scheduled as follows. Executives should be certain that they can attend all modules in their entirety before applying to the program.
CHANGE LEADERSHIP: THEORY & FOUNDATIONS
GROUP AND TEAM DYNAMICS
INDIVIDUAL AND INTERPERSONAL DYNAMICS
CHANGE LEADERSHIP FRONTIERS
|JANUS MODULE AND GRADUATION|
|June 2018 TBD
|July 2018 TBD
|November 2018 TBD
|February 2019 TBD
|May 2019 TBD
More information about the curriculum covered in each module can be found here.
Of the four learning modules, two will be held on the Teachers College, Columbia University campus and two will be held at The Tarrytown House Estate and Conference Center, a residential conference facility located in Tarrytown, New York.
In order to ensure the best learning experience for all involved, participants are strongly encouraged to remain as guests of the Tarrytown House for the duration of the residential learning modules. To that end, program fees include costs for the two residential weeks of the program. Housing and accommodations for modules based in New York City are not included in the program fees.