Online Master of Science in Organizational Leadership

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The Online Master of Science (MS) in Organizational Leadership, open to those in public safety and public sector fields,  focuses on developing leaders who are able to deal successfully with the many complexities facing their organizations and agencies.  Our core purpose is to develop leaders in public safety and public sector organizations through teaching, scholarship and community outreach.  Areas of particular importance to organizational leadership, include ethics and integrity, individual and organizational behavior, change management, strategic planning, information technology and research.  The program cultivates personal and professional growth, focuses on styles of leadership, and helps leaders succeed in a dynamic, ever-changing culture.

The 36-credit online Master of Science in Organizational Leadership is specifically designed to help you balance work, family, and school. Students typically take two courses a semester. Breaks between classes and holidays are built into the program schedule.

In less than two years, you will master the leadership skills necessary for the successful administration of your agency or organization. You will enhance your current career and prepare for your career after retirement.


  • Earn a degree without interrupting your current full-time employment
  • Build lasting relationships and networks with colleagues from various agencies and organizations
  • Take advantage of extensive student support from faculty and staff
  • Coaching and mentoring are available

To learn more, visit MS in Organizational Leadership or contact the program coordinator.

Contact Us

To speak with a program adviser or to schedule an appointment, please call us at 410-516-9900.

Cohort Start Dates

  • BS Organizational Leadership
    August 18, 2017
  • Online MS Organizational Leadership
    January 22, 2018
  • MS Organizational Leadership
    January 19, 2018
  • MS Intelligence Analysis
    January 20, 2018

Program Information