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Master’s Degree in Organizational Development

Improve organizational environment, as well as human and administrative processes, responding to the challenges and transformations of local and global organizations.
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Description

As a graduate of our Master’s Degree in Organizational Development (MDO), you will contribute significantly to improve organizational environment, as well as human and administrative processes, responding to the challenges and transformations of local and global organizations.

Our master’s degree program offers you a unique learning experience since it is taught in the modular system; it is based on a learning community; and it uses the “experiential laboratory” method with active learning in real-life situations. Furthermore, we utilize research and consulting methodologies in innovation and change to improve organizations.

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AACSB

We are part of the 5% of Business Schools worldwide that hold this accreditation.

50%

Of our professors are members of the Sistema Nacional de Investigadores (SNI).

#4

In the General Management category, within the Top 200 of Latin America, of the Eduniversal Best Masters Ranking 2019.

Objective

You will develop as an agent and consultant who can facilitate change processes in organizations, with a global, diversity-management focus, centered on the individual and group development of program participants.

 

Student Learning Outcomes

  • You will collaborate as an agent of change, aligning business strategies with human capital and organizational development and proposing, in conjunction with the client, solutions in the short, medium and long term.
  • You will analyze and diagnose different human and organizational processes in order to suggest and implement improvements in them.
  • You will master the handling of diversity, a skill acquired by having made trips to visit other countries and multinational corporations, and by having developed projects of intervention in innovation and change processes in global organizations.
  • You will develop the "I as an instrument of change" by growing in the skills of interaction, introspection and reflection on personal growth and that of others.

Admission profile

  • Hold an undergraduate degree and have at least two years of post-graduation work experience.
  • Be currently working.
  • A positive attitude toward change, and an attitude of service.
  • An ability to work in a team and an inclination to human processes.
  • Common sense and judgement, creative and innovative.
  • Committed to society, pragmatic, with logical, analytical thinking.

Graduate profile

Upon completing this master’s degree program, you will have developed the following knowledge:

  • Behavioral sciences.
  • Organizational culture.
  • Understanding the environment.
  • Systemic approach.
  • Diagnosis of human and administrative systems.
  • Theories of change and innovation.
  • Conceptualization and planning of improvement projects.
  • Strategy and planning.

Upon completing this master’s degree program, you will have developed the following skills:

  • Decision-making.
  • Leadership.
  • Numerical skills.
  • Use of computers as a tool to evaluate problems and decision-making.
  • Diagnosing human and administrative systems.
  • Bilingual oral and written communication.
  • Teamwork.
  • Good negotiation.
  • Identifying, analyzing, summarizing, and interpreting information.
  • Organizational sensitivity.
  • Creativity and innovation.

Upon completing this master’s degree program, you will have developed the following attitudes:

  • Openness to diversity.
  • Constant learning.
  • Self-improvement.
  • Helping relationship.
  • Objective, independent judgment.
  • Continuing education.
  • Proactive to change.
  • High sense of ethics and responsibility.

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Curriculum

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*The order presented may change.

1st four-months
Course Credits
Integration of the Learning Community 6
​Theory and Organizational Structure 6
Problem Identification and Diagnostic Techniques 2
Structured Problem - Solving based on Key Issues​ 2

 

2nd four-months
Course Credits
Introduction to Organizational Development 6
​Fundamentals of Research-Action 6
Documental Research 2
​Logical Reasoning and Communications​ 2

 

3rd four-months
Course Credits
​​Active Approaches on the Change Cycle 6
​Strategic Leadership for Change 6
​Selling Innovation and Change Projects 2
Effective Negotiating 2

 

4th four-months
Course Credits
Fundamentals on Organizational Change 6
Systemic Approach to Change 6
​Innovation and Change Projects Design 2
​​Making Ethical Decision 2

 

5th four-months
Course Credits
​International Cultural Perspectives 6
National and International Cultural Perspectives 6
Innovation and Change Projects Display 2
Demonstrate Leadership 2

 

6th four-months
Course Credits
Wrapping up the Learning Community 6
Practical Approaches to Strategic Leadership 6
​Innovation and Change Projects Assessment and Documentation 2
Stimulating Creativity and Innovation 2

 

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