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Executive Masters Program
in Change Leadership
How You See It Will Set You Apart
Developed specifically for experienced working professionals from a diverse range of industries, sectors and geographic locations, the year-long, intensive Executive Masters Program in Change Leadership is designed to help individuals and organizations increase their capacity for initiating, managing and sustaining workplace change efforts in increasingly complex and global environments.
M.A. in Organizational Psychology
The program culminates in a 45-credit Masters of Arts Degree in Organizational Psychology, with a specialization in Change Leadership.
Executives enter the program each summer in small cohorts of 16-24 students and are trained by faculty experts in organization change and consultation using a range of innovative adult learning technologies and various cultural immersion and residential experiences in and around the New York City metropolitan area.
The next cohort of XMA will begin in the 2024 summer term. We will have two rounds of submissions for applications for the cohort starting in 2024. The deadline for the first round will be April 15, 2023 with decisions expected by late spring. The application will be closed for the summer and then re-open in September 2023 for the second round with a deadline in early spring 2024. Should you have, any questions or want to discuss the program, we welcome the opportunity to be in touch. Please contact Amy Deiner via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at +1-212-678-7492.
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