Executive MOD Program Schedule

The Executive MOD (EMOD) program begins in August and is 20 months in length. A combination of face to face class meetings and online technologies are utilized for each course. The use of online technologies means that students are required to be on-campus for class (also called Executive Residency Weekends) only two weekends a semester.

Most Executive Residency Weekends, you attend class on Friday from 4:00 – 9:00 p.m., Saturday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. and Sunday from 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. On Friday, a dinner is served between 5:30 – 6:00 p.m. During the weekend, breakfast is available from 7:30 – 8:00 a.m. Lunch is served from 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. Refreshments are provided throughout the day.

EMOD Class of 2026 Schedule

Fall and Spring classes are scheduled in 7-week blocks, with 2 classes per 15-week semester. The summer semester has 2 6-week online (no residency) classes, and the capstone class (ORGD 6070) in the final Fall semester spans the full 15 weeks and includes an international trip (ORGD 6065).

All classes are held at our Levis Commons facility in Perrysburg. Residencies are Fridays 4-9; Saturdays 8-5 & Sundays 8-3. Friday dinner, Saturday and Sunday breakfast and lunch provided.

The class schedule follows:

Year One

Fall Semester - 6 credit hours

  • ORGD 6010 Introduction to Organizational Change
  • ORGD 6020 Individual & Group Effectiveness 

Spring Semester - 6 credit hours

  • ORGD 6040 Organizational Inquiry
  • ORGD 6050 Data Collection & Feedback Processes 

Summer Semester - 6 credit hours 

  • ORGD 6080 Organizational Behavior
  • ORGD 6030 Building a Strategic Organization

Year Two

Fall Semester - 6 credit hours 

  • ORGD 6015 Facilitating Collaborative Change 
  • ORGD 6060 Engaging Whole Systems for Change

Spring Semester  - 6 credit hours 

  • ORGD 6070 Mastering Change
  • ORGD 6065 Exploring International OD (trip)

Updated: 07/10/2024 09:47AM