Taught by faculty who are leaders in the field of human systems, Saybrook University's Managing Organizational Systems Ph.D. program offers flexibility to design an individualized course of study within the following areas:
- Systems design and transformation
- Leadership development
- Organizational learning and development
The Ph.D. Managing Organizational Systems program is designed for advanced students who have a master’s degree and who want to develop further skills to contribute to innovative organizational and social systems change. Prepared for roles in business, education, public service, or social services, graduates of this leadership and management Ph.D. program will develop the skills to manage organizations, work with complexity, and lead in a time of transition. Combining research and practice, graduates may choose to advance in their current positions, including management, consulting, human resources, or non-profit leadership.
More program information can be found in our academic catalog.