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The Organizational Behavior and Professional Coaching program offers two levels of graduate education.

Master of Science Degree
in Management and Administrative Sciences

with a concentration in Organizational Behavior and Executive Coaching

The MS degree and concentration focuses on the description and explanation of how people behave in organizations. The curriculum closes the gap between what is known about why individuals and groups behave as they do and how they can be influenced for performance and developmental purposes.

The master’s degree is delivered online using both recordings and live web conferencing to create a more successful learning experience. This allows students to attend The University of Texas at Dallas no matter where they are in the world.

The MS degree and concentration require completion of a 37-hour program consisting of 10 hours of core business courses and 27 hours of courses in a selected area of concentration. Those candidates who also wish to receive a Graduate Certificate in Executive and Professional Coaching must complete those courses below that are marked with an asterisk and successfully pass the ACTP comprehensive exam.

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PLEASE NOTE: A prerequisite in calculus is required for admission into The University of Texas at Dallas School of Management. Those students who have not taken calculus previously will be required to complete a self-paced, online calculus course during the first 12 months of the program. This non-credit calculus prep course is offered at no cost to the student.

Graduate Certificate in Executive and Professional Coaching

The Executive and Professional Certificate program uses advanced distance learning methodologies. Students attend live virtual classes delivered through web conferencing with audio teleconferencing integration. This technology supports interactivity and collaboration, creating a powerful virtual learning experience.

To earn a certificate, a student must complete a 15-hour graduate level program. The curriculum is organized in three parts: educational, practicum and examination

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