Executive MOD Program Format
"The EMOD program provides not only relevant content but also the opportunity for enlightening exchanges with professors and fellow students. The relationships built during the program facilitate learning inside and outside the classroom."
- Julie Patrick, EMOD Class of 2004
The Executive Master of Organization Development program is an 18-month program which accommodates the responsibilities of the working professional. The blended program delivers course content via online technologies and face-to-face classroom meetings, which reduces the number of times students need to be on-campus.
Executive students are registered for two courses per semester. Students and faculty connect and work online throughout the semester as they prepare for their on-campus class meetings, called Executive Residency Weekends.
Executive Residency Weekends are held just two weekends each term. These class sessions allow for students and faculty to interact face-to-face.
Class times during Executive Residency Weekends are:
Friday from 4:00 - 9:00PM with dinner break
Saturday from 8:00 - 5:00 PM, and
Sunday from 8:00 - 3:00 PM
Students needing accommodations for Executive Residency Weekends can make reservations at hotels in the Perrysburg area where our classes are offered. There are several nearby including a Hilton Garden Inn across the parking lot from our classroom facility.