Nothing stays the same except change. That truism applies to all organizations, be they commercial or nonprofit, private or public, large or small. And when changes — good or bad — arrive, professionals with a background in organizational behavior greet them best.
NYU-Poly introduces its MS in Organizational Behavior program to those eager to acquire or polish the skills that help manage workplaces in transition. We teach you how to design new organizational structures, how to resolve conflicts, and how to supervise and mentor talented employees. We also help you with outsourcing issues, as well as decisions about which among the continually evolving technologies out there today can best nurture an organization’s growth.
At NYU-Poly, you’ll learn such skills because our program is flexible. You choose the concentration that interests you most — human resource information systems, change management, human resource management, or training and development — before enrolling in seminar-style classes. Held in the evenings, these classes allow our students to tend to their busy lives and still earn a degree. Better yet, the seminar format allows students to work closely with their classmates and to receive individual attention from faculty.