Turbulence means opportunity under the right leadership. Expect disruption and turn it into growth.
First intake starts 13th February 2023
1 year full time, 18 months part time
Online and in-person delivery; distance learning available
First intake: 13th February 2023
Apply by: 29th January 2023
Domestic fees: Dependent on chosen pathway, up to $12,999 incl GST.
(10% earlybird discount & scholarships available)
International fees: Dependent on chosen pathway, up to $42,345 incl GST.
Result: Level 9 NZQA master’s (180 credits)
There is no going back to the way things were. Our future is defined by change and challenges: social justice, climate, disruptive technologies, and changing demographics.
Leading change needs more than disaster recovery and business continuity – it is a mindset shift to one that is adaptable, flexible and poised for the opportunities of change.
To survive disruption, whether it’s gradual or sudden, organisations need to be adaptable. In this programme, you’ll develop skills that foster collaborative working relationships, which support adaptability. You will also apply future-focused resilience frameworks to real problems in your professional environment, while considering the impact on people, place and planet.
The Master of Change and Organisational Resilience offers a blend of theoretical and practical learning. Through case studies, you’ll benefit from the wisdom of leaders and subject matter experts with experience managing change. And you’ll join this network of leaders, innovators and entrepreneurs.
Our stackable master’s is learner-centred and there are multiple pathways through the programme. You might start with our short micro-credentials or the Leading Change for Good Postgraduate Certificate. Our facilitators are available to support your unique learning goals.
Our programme is for emerging leaders or people who want to move into specialist change roles. Whether you see your career in digital transformation, sustainable leadership or something specific to your work, you will take away a toolkit that will help you solve complex challenges and build resilient organisations.
This programme is for:
View the Student Handbook for the full schedule including class times.
The Master of Change and Organisational Resilience (MCOR) is made up of 3 parts, and our stackable credentials give you the flexibility to define your learning pathway. That means you could start with a short course, a postgraduate certificate, or jump right into the full master’s. Every learner’s journey will be different and that means credits earned in Parts 2 and 3 may range as indicated below. We’ll help you find the right learning pathway that suits you needs and goals. Find out more about stackable credentials.
There are 3 pathways in Part 1 (equating to 60 credits):
Total: 180 credits
Common questions about learning with The Mind Lab, including enrolment, student support and stackable learning.
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Your full guide to the Master of Change and Organisational Resilience programme details and schedule.
Download the handbook
We get it – sometimes it’s nice to chat to a real human! Lisa in our Enrolments team can answer your questions, give you information and, if you’re ready, help you enrol.
Phone: 028 413 0340