The Graduate Certificate in Organization Development is awarded for successful completion of six integrated courses — five required and one elective, a total of 18 credits. Students benefit from our experienced faculty of scholars and practitioners, peer-to-peer
collaboration, and a curriculum that reflects current theory and practice. The program can be completed in as little as two semesters of full-time study or in a year and a half of part-time study.
Students are advised to refer to the current New School Academic Catalog for degree completion requirements and to confirm their progress in satisfying those requirements with their advisors.
|NMGM 5003 Foundations of Organizational Change||3|
NMGM 5010 Management and Organizational Behavior
NMGM 6006 Laboratory in Group Facilitation, Intervention, and Process
NMGM 6013 Organizational Change Interventions: Theory, Design, and Implementation (offered fall semester only)
|NMGM 6012 Organizational Assessment and Diagnosis||3|
A bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university is required for admission to this program. Candidates come from diverse fields including business, law, public administration, education, psychology, social work, and sociology.
Students enrolled in relevant master's degree programs at The New School may be able to concurrently pursue a graduate certificate. Interested students should contact the Milano School's Director of Student Affairs.