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Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness Track

The Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness (LOE) track focuses on developing knowledge and skills for leadership roles in both the public and private sectors. Most of the students in this track are preparing themselves for positions in entrepreneurial businesses or corporations. Within Peabody College, it is intellectually and professionally connected to the Department of Leadership, Policy, and Organizations' graduate programs. The nine-hour LOE track core includes the following 2 required courses:

  • HODL 3204, Leadership Theory and Practice (prerequisite HOD 2100; concurrent enrollment allowed)
  • HODL 3234, Advanced Organizational Theory (prerequisite HOD 2100; concurrent enrollment allowed)

and one of the following:

  • HODL 3224, Analyzing Organizational Effectiveness
  • HODL 3244, Introduction to Human Resource Development 
  • HODL 3254, Human Resource Management 
  • HODL 3264, Evidence-based Practice in Organizations (prerequisite HOD 2100; concurrent enrollment allowed)
  • HODL 3274, Managing Organizational Change (prerequisite HOD 3204 or HOD 3234)

Additionally, every track requires that all HOD majors take two additional track level courses called “HOD track electives.” The two HOD track electives are not limited to courses within the HOD track the student has declared. HOD track electives are any HOD, HODE, HODC, HODH, HODI, and HODL courses from 3000 - 4999 excluding 3850, 3860, 3870, 4950, 4951, 4952, 4953, 4960 and 4978. 

Video: HOD Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness Track Leader Mark Cannon


 
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