Organizational Leadership on ground Degree Completion

  • Description
  • Curriculum
  • Admissions

The modern business environment requires individuals to not only know how to handle the day-to-day operations, but also be ready to act as leaders with character and competency. With a bachelor's degree in management, you will be well equipped to meet the demands of organizational leadership. The program's unique approach to education, which seeks to integrate interactive learning, personal faith, and diverse fields of study, will provide a comprehensive educational experience. Just think, in 18 months, with only 1 night a week in the classroom, you can be graduating with a bachelor's degree in organizational leadership.


  • Groups where students learn cooperatively, completing one course at a time
  • With prior credits the program can be completed in 18 months
  • Classes meet one night a week
  • Program consists of 48 semester hours
  • Potential non-collegiate credit awarded for work experience and prior learning
  • 120 hours are needed for degree completion
  • Integration of faith and learning
  • Group Organizational Dynamics
  • Adult Development & Life Assessment
  • Effective Personal & Organizational Communication
  • Systems Approach to Management
  • Biblical Panorama
  • Principles of Management & Supervision
  • Theories in Leadership
  • Managerial Marketing
  • Social Problems in the Workplace
  • Microeconomics
  • Human Resource Management
  • Strategic Planning
  • Personal Values & Organizational Ethics
  • Research & Applied Statistics
  • Business Law
  • Applied Research Project
Admission Guidelines
  • Have 24 or more transferable college credits
  • Have significant experience in workplace settings
  • Submit the admission application and $20 fee
  • Courses are $350 per credit hour
  • Financial Aid is available


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