The Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Leadership is designed for students who desire to enhance their capacity to understand and lead strategic change and renewal in organizations.Â Â Toward this end, students develop the ability to identify an organizationâ€™s strategy; diagnose strategically-related organizational needs, dynamics, and opportunities; and develop cost-effective comprehensive proposals intended to improve organizational effectiveness.Â Drawing from Judeo-Christian and ethical perspectives, the curriculum challenges students to apply critical thinking and collaborative skills in working with stakeholders to identify the costs and consequences of planned change.
The bachelorâ€™s degree in organizational leadership requires a minimum of 121 credits.Â There are three types of courses that comprise the program:
- Organizational leadership courses in the major
- General Education(GE) courses
- Elective courses
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