The Bachelor of Professional Studies in Organizational Leadership degree is a business-oriented program that equips students to ascend to administrative and leadership positions in their corporations or organizations. Building upon the adult student′s existing work experience, the Organizational Leadership major provides students:
Graduates use their education in a wide array of occupations such as management, administration and supervision. The BSOL also equips students for the diverse and complex work environments of today′s rapidly changing world. Graduates go on to careers in a wide range of industries, including corporations, government agencies, private or entrepreneurial businesses, nonprofit organizations, and the military.
Geneva College′s Organizational Leadership major offers you the flexibility to choose what learning style works best for you, with the degree offered both online and in a traditional classroom-based model.
|Course Number||Course Name||Sessions||Credits|
|ADL 445||Theory and Practice of Adult Learning||3|
|BBL 408||Foundations of Christian Thought||3|
|HRS 451||Introduction to Human Resources||3|
|LDP 441||Business and Interpersonal Communication||3|
|ADL 432||Organizational Leadership: Research and Resources||3|
|LDP 447||Principles of Teambuilding||3|
|HRS 457||Principles of Management and Supervision||3|
|ORD 460||Organizational Dynamics||3|
|LDP 449||Principles of Negotiation||3|
|ADL 470||Career and Professional Development||3|
|LDP 438||Principles of Organizational Change||3|
If you are interested in Geneva College′s classroom-based or online Bachelor of Professional Studies in Organizational Leadership program, we invite you to fill out the form on this page to receive more information.
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