Organizational Leadership

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The Organizational Leadership (OL) program is a Bachelor of Science degree and is designed for adults who have already earned 60 or more transferable college hours. The required coursework seeks to train true leaders by developing aptitudes and skills necessary to be successful in any organization.

Why a BS degree in Organizational Leadership? More than any other time in history, today’s organizations change swiftly and often. Companies need qualified leaders to articulate vision and implement strategies that will distinguish the organization and transform the workplace. The Organizational Leadership program seeks to train true leaders by developing aptitudes and skills necessary to be successful in any organization.

Organizational Leadership focuses on the theory and practical application of universal leadership skills such as professional communication, problem-solving, strategic thinking, team building, business decision-making, and project management. The curriculum is multidisciplinary and prepares individuals to advance in the real world and pursue a professional life by:

  • Assuming leadership roles in a full range of organizations
  • Advancing your career in your current place of employment
  • Changing your place of employment for a more rewarding position
  • Developing start-up enterprises
  • Playing a greater role in your community
  • Entering graduate school for an advanced degree

With a BS in Organizational Leadership graduates are equipped to effectively lead the organization and compete for the future.

Students concentrate on once subject at a time, with each three credit module (course) spanning five weeks. This program is delivered in an accelerated format, with modules strategically sequenced as building blocks, creating a broad base of skills needed for success.

Application and enrollment are available for both online or on-campus.  All books and course materials are delivered straight to each student’s mailing address.