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Undergraduate Catalog 2022-2023 
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Organizational Leadership, B.S.

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The B.S. degree in Organizational Leadership (OL) 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.

Student Learning Outcomes

In addition to the overall shared student learning department outcomes are program-specific outcomes. The program-specific outcomes for Organizational Leadership are as follows:

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.

Organizational 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.

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.

Requirements for the Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree with major in Organizational Leadership

University Core Curriculum - 39 or 40 hours

Program requirements satisfy 9 of the 48 hours in the Core Curriculum for on-campus students.

Program requirements satisfy 9 of the 49 hours in the Core Curriculum for online students.

  • The Intercultural Engagement elective area is satisfied by INT 4103 .
  • Six hours of the Social and Behavioral Sciences elective area are satisfied by ECN 2113  and ECN 2123 .

Core Curriculum Courses  

Additional approved college credit - 32 hours

To be chosen in consultation with your advisor.

Minimum total semester hours - 120

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