Alliance University’s Bachelor of Science in Organizational Management is an upper-division degree completion program. Through a cohort-based model of learning, the program prepares students to create positive organizational and individual change by developing their ability to assess organizational needs and utilize innovative and strategic solutions. With a strong focus on academic research, students in this program are fully prepared for graduate school.
The OM Student Learning Goals are categorized within the framework of the Alliance University core values. Through an academically rigorous interdisciplinary curriculum, adult students in the Organizational Management program will be able to:
- Achieve ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE by demonstrating ability skills in the use of technology, communication, and research as it relates to scholarship and develop analytical thinking skills as tools for problem-solving in the workplace.
- Be GLOBALLY ENGAGED by demonstrating fluency in using ethical theories as a framework for positioning organizations as responsible, global citizens.
- Be INTENTIALLY DIVERSE by demonstrating the ability to utilize diverse perspectives as a, means to solving problems and initiating change within an organizational context.
- PERSONALLY TRANSFORMING by developing a process in which to assess and promote personal growth, development, and lifelong learning.
- Learn SOCIAL RELEVANCE with the ability to use a multidisciplinary approach to understand organizations. Understand how to bring about positive change and growth within organizations.
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School Accreditation & Licensing
Alliance University is accredited by:
Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE)
Program Requirements & Restrictions
Minimum EducationAssociate Degree
Admission TestsProof of English Language Proficiency (International Students)
Official College Transcript(s), Recommendation/Reference Letter(s), Resume/CV, Statement of Purpose/Intent
- The Organizational Management program is an upper-level management program. Therefore, students must either transfer in an introductory course in management or demonstrate proficiency through experience (resume/Work and Life Experience Summary).