- About the OS Pathway
- Current Student Pathways
- Arts and Innovation
- Corporate Social Responsibility
- Creative Strategy Development
- Environment and Sustainability
- Healthcare and Public Health
- Human Capital and Leadership
- International Organizational Management
- Nonprofits and Social Change
- Political and Legal
- Positive Organizational Scholarship
- Professional Services and Advisory
- OS Honors
- Independent Study
- Internship Information
- Study Abroad
- Scholarships and Awards
- Student Leadership
- Photo Gallery
- Graduation 2018
Organizations are complex and because they are important in almost all aspects of our lives, they lend themselves to study from many perspectives. While the Interdisciplinary Program in Organizational Studies builds a strong foundation in economic, psychological, and sociological perspectives on organizations, the major also allows you considerable freedom to craft an education plan that caters to your interests.
Because the curriculum is so rich and the areas of interests so diverse, the Interdisciplinary Program in Organizational Studies has created a planning tool called the OS Pathway. This tool is designed to help students navigate through the array of available courses to them in order to accomplish the educational goals each individual student develops.
An OS Pathway is created individually by each student, and consists of a paragraph describing the interests and goals of the student, as well as a list of cluster courses to help reach those goals.
Explore each pathway category to view descriptions about each category, careers, and cluster courses that fall under every pathway. Each student has a personal page listed under the category their pathway falls under.