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The Organizational Leadership program prepares students to assume management-focused leadership positions at organizations in both the public and private sectors. Through a dynamic curriculum that links theory with best practices, students are trained in the principles and skills of transformational leadership—leadership that translates vision into change within the team-based management environments that characterize today’s organizations.
A Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership is offered as a weekend program throughout the year (including summers) to cohorts of students who sign up for the entire experience. Admission to the program is limited to those who have the rough equivalent of an associate’s degree from an accredited two-year institution or at least 51 credit hours of transferable coursework from an accredited two- or four-year institution.
Requirements for a Major in Organizational Leadership
52 hours of coursework, plus required General Education coursework, consisting of the following:
All of the following:
|BUA312||Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility||3|
|BUA321W||Human Resources Management||3|
|COM210||Small Group Communication||3|
|LDR110||Introduction to Leadership||3|
|LDR220||Organizational Behavior and Leadership||3|
|LDR240*||Philosophy of Leadership||3|
|LDR280||Organizational Research Methods||3|
|LDR310||The Practice of Leadership||3|
|LDR399||Special Topics in Leadership||3|
|LDR191/291/391/391W/491||Practicum in Leadership||16|
Plus the following General Education courses:
|IDS261W||Western Civilization and Culture I||3|
|IDS262||Western Civilization and Culture II||3|
*Will fulfill Philosophy/Religion general education requirement.
Organizational Leadership Tuition/Fee Structure
The fee structure for students enrolled in the Organizational Leadership weekend cohort program is a per semester fee which remains constant throughout each respective cohort and differs from the fee structure for traditional students and programs. The current price for the cohort program can be accessed here. This price includes tuition, fees, textbooks, supplies, and other incidental costs. Merit scholarships are not applicable to students in this program.
Students are encouraged to apply for federal financial aid. Payment options specific to this program are available for weekend cohort students. Additionally, a separate refund policy also applies. The tuition benefit for full-time College employees and their dependents is only applicable to the actual charge for tuition not fees, textbooks, supplies, and other incidental costs.