Student Learning Outcomes for BS in Organizational Leadership
The Organizational Leadership degree is a diverse, compressed program that is designed to address the needs of varied learners including: mid-career organizational members who are seeking to equip themselves to advance their opportunities for advancement and less work-experienced learners who have an interest in developing the foundational organizational tools, knowledge and personal skills necessary for organizational success. This curriculum, created with a uniquely Christian worldview, develops and equips learners in ways that are relevant to leadership in a broad range of organizational contexts.
The OL major should achieve the following outcomes:
Effective Communication: Communicate effectively and professionally in various contexts using diverse techniques and contemporary media.
Critical Reasoning and Research: Conceptualize, apply, analyze, synthesize, and evaluate information to address questions, perform analyses, understand and apply results, reach conclusions, and assess impact.
Global Leadership and Teams: Understand the servant leadership model and be able to lead individuals and teams to perform effectively in global and culturally diverse contexts.
Business Skills and Knowledge: Demonstrate skills and knowledge relevant to a leadership and management focus necessary for professional growth and success in global and culturally-diverse contexts.
Christian Worldview: anticipate, identify, and resolve moral, ethical, and legal dilemmas through their understanding and application of the Christian worldview.
Requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership (BSOL) degree