A bachelor’s degree in Organizational Management can prepare graduates for management positions in business, education, government, and nonprofit organizations. Students will learn skills including planning, organizing, motivating, and leading.
Courses examine best practices in creating, building, and leading teams of employees. An organizational leadership degree online gives students knowledge in ways to plan and direct daily tasks, establish short and long-term goals, oversee financial activities, and manage teams. Students will also study risk analysis and ensuring compliance with policies and standards.
Some of the courses available to students include:
- Management concepts
- Business writing
- Organizational behavior
- Accounting for non-financial majors
- Legal and social aspects of business
- College transcripts
- Requires associate's degree for admission. Applicants without the required credits can apply to the school's online associate's degree first.
School Accreditation Statement
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges