The master's degree in Adult and Organizational Development integrates the theory and practice of adult learning, applied communication, and systems dynamics in developing groups, organizations, and communities. AOD is designed for students who aspire to be conflict management professionals, trainers, team facilitators, and organizational/human resource consultants. Using diverse instructional methods, we enhance capacities for assessing and intervening in organizational, group, and interpersonal processes through various roles, including teaching, training, research, planning, conflict management and dispute resolution, and consulting. The program is open to students seeking either a first or second master's degree.
Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, Middle States Commission on Higher Education