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The Leadership and Organizational Development program has improved through a program delivery design that meets the needs of adult students with busy lives and who seek to complete their graduate studies in as little as 12 months.
All courses are scheduled on a rotational basis in eight-week blocks. This design enables busy adults to focus on one course at a time, back to back, which assists students who seek full-time status for financial aid purposes. This eight-week block design also enables students to enter the program in any term (fall or spring), and at either the first eight-week or second eight-week block.
Our standard delivery modes of courses are either face-to-face or the hybrid model. The hybrid model is intended to better accommodate the preferences of students from the Northeast Wisconsin area. It combines the strengths of both face-to-face and online delivery. In the hybrid format, face-to-face sessions typically occur at the beginning, middle and end of a course, with content and direction available online in between these face-to-face sessions.
The Leadership and Organizational Development program has been designed to specifically align with industry standards for organizational leaders and organizational development professionals. This means our program develops requisite skills, knowledge and abilities for organizational leaders and human resource professionals given the alignment with Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) and Center for Creative Leadership (CCL) standards. SHRM and CCL collaborated to identify standards of skill, knowledge and ability that enhance the productivity and effectiveness of organizational leaders and human resource professionals alike.
The courses in the Leadership and Organizational Development program are taught by instructors who are proven professionals in their field and committed to excellence in all facets of learning and serving our adult student population. The practical experience of our faculty and their working knowledge of the learning process engages students in sharing their experiences and is just one of the many strengths of our program. Our faculty are proven professionals and are absolutely committed to seeing our students succeed, from class to class, and ultimately in their careers and personal lives. Our faculty model and apply the values of a Franciscan institution of higher education, and they instill these same values in our students.
Holy Family College has provided me with a comfortable learning environment, great professors and a college that puts my needs for success as a No. 1 goal. Receiving my degrees from Holy Family College also has provided me with professional opportunities and goals that I could not have obtained without my educational experience at this wonderful learning institution.
Norman Pawelczyk – Fall 2016 Graduate
Holy Family College makes pursuing a graduate degree simple – there are no prerequisite courses required prior to admission if a person’s undergraduate degree doesn’t align perfectly with the Leadership and Organizational Development program, a GRE exam retake is not required and courses are delivered in a hybrid fashion allowing for effective learning without constraints. Everyone has a busy life. Holy Family College staff and educators understand and willingly work on an individual basis to ensure student success. Students are infinitely more than just a number. Holy Family College maintains and promotes a healthy learning environment while embodying a welcoming family oriented atmosphere.
Amy Yang – alumni of the Leadership and Organizational Development program
Health care in our country is undergoing a paradigm shift with constant changes occurring. Using the skills taught at the graduate level in Leadership and Organizational Development enables professionals in the health care environment to positively effect change by understanding the history and current state of the health care industry, as well as by using the skills of change management, conflict resolution, adult education and servant leadership.
Jacqueline LeFevre, BSN, RN-BC – Spring 2017 graduate of the MOD program