Organizational Sciences and Communication

GW’s organizational sciences and communication program ties managerial and executive success to the integration of knowledge in three key areas: strategy and change management, leadership and communication, and performance and talent management. Part of the social and behavioral sciences program in the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences, the program prepares individuals to analyze and solve problems by synthesizing information, rethinking work processes, enhancing collaboration, shaping the organizational culture, integrating the interests of stakeholders and steering the organization toward success.

Related Majors, Minors, and Concentrations

Related areas of study are media and public affairs, psychology and philosophy.

What can I expect to learn in the Organizational Sciences and Communication program at GW?

There are a variety of subject areas within the field, including psychology, public communication, and issues and image management.

What is the Organizational Sciences and Communication community like at GW?

Students and faculty are engaged in considering communication and organizations.

What is the Organizational Sciences and Communication community like at GW?

Graduates can move on to careers in the communications specialist field or work as consultants in market analysis.

Opportunities

The Organizational Sciences Fellows Program is a master’s degree program designed to include a highly integrated cohort student experience with cross-functional faculty.

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