A graduate program with a people-centered approach to organizational innovation
The Master of Science in Organizational Dynamics (MSOD) provides the education you need to understand, evaluate, and create positive change in today’s complex work environments. Housed in the University of Pennsylvania’s College of Liberal and Professional Studies (LPS), the MSOD degree combines research-based knowledge rooted in the arts and sciences with approaches from organizational psychology, leadership training, and sustainable development for a multidimensional and nuanced perspective on organizational culture. Learn strategies to promote agility, resilience, and adaptive space in your workplace to meet today’s rapidly evolving professional environment. Never losing sight of the importance of human behavior within corporate structures, the program is designed to be customizable and tailored to the specific challenges that drive your professional trajectory.
Organization Dynamics seminars are limited to a small number of student peers, allowing you to connect with expert faculty members and practitioners in an inclusive, reflective classroom culture. With courses scheduled on evenings and weekends, you can pursue your degree part time without interrupting your career. Throughout the year you are invited to participate in social and professional networking events, attend lectures and discussions, and serve in leadership roles within the program—connecting you to the wider Penn community.
Learning Aloud Podcast
Listen to Learning Aloud, a podcast from the Organizational Dynamics community at the University of Pennsylvania hosted by Steve Hart and Zach Davis.