|OD Education Association (ODEA)|
How to Become an ODEA Member
The purpose of the OD Education Association (ODEA) is to establish, advance and promote the body of knowledge required in OD education, via:
ODEA is sponsored by the OD Network and administered by the OD Network office.
Universities become members of ODEA by paying the annual membership fee and subscribing to the OD Network mission and values.
Member schools are entitled to:
ODEA is governed as a committee of the whole until such time as smaller, representative board is desired. The decision to change the governance model will be taken by majority vote of the membership in consultation with the board of the OD Network. ODEA is chaired by a member of the Board of Trustees of the OD Network.
Rates for member schools will be set by the Board of Trustees of the OD Network, in consultation with the schools that are members of ODEA, on a sliding scale based on the number of student memberships.
The membership year is July 1 through June 30. The fee structure is:
Meetings of ODEA will occur as needed.
In a typical year, that includes a two-day meeting held at one of the member schools, plus an additional half day meeting held during the Academy of Management annual conference and the OD Network annual conference.
Meetings will be open to faculty, program directors, and administrators of OD programs from schools that are both members and non-members in ODEA. Individual students may attend meetings at the invitation of an ODEA member school.
Call membership services at 651.379.7292 if you would like to become an ODEA member, or email email@example.com if you have any questions.
The Organization Development PsyD and Organizational Behavior MA programs at Alliant International University’s California School of Professional Psychology (CSPP) prepare dedicated students who are ready to make an impact on the world. Through broad-based curricula and applied fieldwork, we foster learning that moves you forward—in your profession and in your life. In either program, you will gain real-world knowledge and skills to manage change in complex organizations and to design interventions at the system, group and individual levels. These programs are offered in a flexible, hybrid format on our campuses in Fresno, CA and San Francisco, CA. The online and weekend executive format courses are designed to accommodate working professionals from diverse locations outside of California's San Francisco Bay area and the greater San Joaquin Valley. The flexible schedule also includes full- or part-time enrollment options.
The American University MSOD classroom is a dynamic, challenging space where students learn from scholar-practitioner instructors, each other, and through reflection on their cohort's experiences and their own use of self.
The MSOD program is built on a rigorous academic curriculum enriched by experiential learning. In recent years, the MSOD curriculum has been expanded to include international fieldwork experience for each cohort, along with active and engaging online learning outside of the classroom for each course.
The Ph.D. program in Organization Development (O.D.) at Benedictine University is dedicated to better understanding the work of the O.D. professional within the context of global trends and emerging problems. It prepares management professionals with state-of-the-art education in the field.
The coursework is designed for organization development professionals who perceive the management of change and the creation of high-performance organizations as central parts of their careers.
It is designed as a full-time program (eight credits per quarter), integrated with and complementary to full-time work activities. Classes generally are held on weekends.
Bowling Green State University has long been at the forefront of education in the field of Organization Development and we continue to develop strong OD professionals through our Executive Master of Organization Development (EMOD) program.
The EMOD program assists students in developing the organization development and change leadership skills necessary for success in today's ever-changing landscape.
The EMOD program starts each January and you can graduate in just eighteen months. Students take two courses each term. The program design is a convenient blended format which combines online and face-to-face course delivery.
The Master of Science in Positive Organization Development and Change (MPOD) at Case Western Reserve University is an ongoing, adaptive response to continuing changes in the world that emphasize an increasingly strategic focus on relational and human factors, and striking a balance between economic well-being, social responsibility, and environmental sustainability.
The curriculum attempts to remain on the cutting edge of change management, leadership development, organizational transformation, and societal benefit. OD curriculum drams from strength based approaches such as appreciative inquiry, experiential learning and action research methods wrapped in an intensive, applied, and highly interactive residency-based, cohort design.
MPOD is a residency program, which requires students to attend a seven-day residency each semester for five consecutive semesters, as well as a ten-day International Study Tour. Between residencies, our students return to their homes and jobs, completing assignments through Internet-based learning methods.
To obtain more information and application criteria, or apply to our program, visit the website.
Pepperdine University's Master of Science in Organization Development (MSOD) program has earned an international reputation as the premier graduate program in the field and as an innovator of experiential learning.
Designed for the experienced professional, the MSOD program prepares leaders in the art and science of managing strategic change. You will tap deep into your own self-awareness as a means to effect positive and meaningful change in the organization.
The OD doctoral program reflects the tradition of University of St. Thomas in its commitment to the intellectual and values-based education of its learners.
This is accomplished through the development of reflective, ethical leaders in the field of OD. Faculty all subscribe to the values of OD as articulated by the OD Network.
The M.S. in Organization Development (MSOD) program develops working professionals to assume leadership roles in the transformation of organizations through its emphasis on academic rigor and ethical practice rooted in Jesuit, Catholic tradition.
University of San Francisco students learn relevant theory, gain interdisciplinary knowledge and develop practical skills in organization assessment, diagnosis, intervention and evaluation, enhanced organizational effectiveness and resiliency and the USF MSOD program focuses on team and organization change interventions necessary to create productive, compassionate organizations.
The Centre for Coaching and Workplace Innovation (CCWI) at Royal Roads University offers leading-edge programming that responds to the need for flexible, relevant programming across many sectors. Our Graduate Certificate in Organization Design and Development is for professionals working in, or consulting with, organizations in all sectors who wish to expand their knowledge, skills, strategies, and expertise in the area of organization development.
The aim of the 6-month, blended delivery, certificate is to equip professionals with graduate-level applied, relevant, and theoretical expertise in developing skills to support strategic analysis of OD needs and the spectrum of deliberate and emergent strategies and perspectives to support desired outcomes as well as organizational health and vitality.