Benedictine University

Master of Science in Management and Organizational Behavior

Re-Invent Your Future with the Benedictine University Master of Science in Management and Organizational Behavior

Get the credentials and knowledge to become a leader in managing organizational change by helping others reach their potential and initiating solutions to workplace issues. In Benedictine's online MS in Management and Organizational Behavior, you will gain insight on how and why people behave within organizations and learn to apply the appropriate methodologies to achieve positive results.

The program provides a comprehensive curriculum that investigates the human side of management. You will learn key aspects of human behavior within an organizational structure as well as timely topics such as ethics and social responsibility, service management, leadership and power strategies, and labor relations. The curriculum also includes advanced courses in financial management, organizational research and power strategies.

What Makes Benedictine University's Online MSMOB Unique?
There has never been a greater need for business leaders who can effectively guide an organization through the turbulence of today's rapidly changing business environment. The MSMOB program at Benedictine University will help equip you to meet these challenges with confidence and skill.

  • The online MS in Management and Organizational Behavior is a prestigious and established program in the field that is ranked among the top programs of its kind by the Organization Development Institute.
  • Benedictine is ranked one of the top master's universities in the Midwest by U.S. News & World Report® in its “Best Colleges” edition for 2010.
  • Benedictine University's online master's degree programs are recognized for the small class sizes and personal attention expected of a top-tier, private university.
  • Our unique virtual-classroom setting provides ample opportunity for interaction with your professors and other students.


Accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (HLC).

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