The organizational leadership degree program focuses on human relations, communication and leadership in a professional environment. With an emphasis on human behavior and interpersonal relationships, the organizational leadership degree is broadly applicable for students with professional career paths in supervision and leadership in an organization. Partnering organizational leadership degree requirements with a secondary area of study (minor or area of concentration) aligned with educational and career objectives equips students to lead in their areas of interest.
Department of Political Science, Criminal Justice and Organizational Leadership
- Political Science
- Criminal Justice (also offered as an associate degree)
- International Studies
- Organizational Leadership
- Criminalistics (recommended for natural science majors)
- Japanese Studies
- Latin American & Caribbean Studies
- Middle Eastern & North African Studies
Emily Romito ‘10
Emily says the Organizational Leadership program allowed her the flexibility to take classes online as well as in a traditional
“I was able to build a class schedule around work and still be involved in campus life. I took classes in business writing, organizational change and social psychology. I now have a tool kit full of resources and mentors to help me be a successful leader now and in the future.”
Emily, a 2011 graduate, is now attending James Madison University to earn a master’s degree in college student personnel administration. Emily will be working as a graduate assistant for the Department of Counseling and Student Development. Emily was recognized as the 2011 organizational leadership student of the year.
What can you do with a Organizational Leadership degree?
- Banking & Finance
- Executive Development
- Human Resource Management
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