The MEd in Learning, Leadership, and Organization Development (LLOD) is a recognized leader and top-ranked program in Adult Education and Human Resource Development. LLOD highlights cutting-edge curriculum offered via dynamic, highly interactive, and reflective courses.
Degree Type: Masters
Degree Program Code: MED_LLOD
Degree Program Summary:
The mission of the Learning, Leadership, and Organization Development (LLOD) program mirrors the three-fold mission of The University of Georgia – to teach, to research, and to serve. What makes the program’s mission unique is the central idea–“We develop leaders and scholars with deep knowledge of learning and change so they can transform their worlds.”
Offered through the College of Education and the University of Georgia Gwinnett Campus, the University of Georgia’s Department of Lifelong Education, Administration and Policy (LEAP) offers qualified students the ability to earn a master’s degree in Learning, Leadership and Organization Development. The program, ranked one of the top Adult Education and Human Resource Development programs in the world, offers a wide range of faculty expertise. The goal of the Master of Education in LLOD is to develop student’s knowledge of the theory and practice of each of these areas: adult learning, leadership, organization development, and coaching. The LLOD program is designed to (1) advance the knowledge and skills of early-and mid-career professionals for leadership careers related to learning and change at the individual, group, organization, community, and societal levels, in a variety of settings (corporate, educational, non-profit, social profit, government, etc.) and (2) develop practitioners who can use knowledge / theory to enhance their practice and contribute to knowledge in the field. The degree program operates on a rolling-based cohort model, admitting students each fall semester.
Athens (Main Campus)
College / School:
Mary Frances Early College of Education
110 Carlton Street
Athens, GA 30602
Lifelong Education, Administration, and Policy