Bachelor of Arts in Community Leadership
Montana State University-Northern

Program Details

The online Bachelor of Arts in Community Leadership is aimed at students who want to be involved in their communities, help others realize their potential, and seek careers in non-profit organization management or government service.  The program combines social science, communications, and business while developing professional leadership skills using a curriculum that focuses on the areas of service and leadership that most interest each student.  Emphasizing applied learning through practical experience, graduates complete the degree with the necessary combination of social science foundations and communication theory to be effective community service professionals or to continue their educations toward graduate degrees in law, social work, or other related specialized professions.


  • High school diploma or equivalent. An applicant, 21 years of age or over, who is not a high school graduate, may seek conditional admission as an Adult Special student by presenting evidence that s/he is adequately prepared to pursue a selected University program.
  • SAT or ACT test scores (for for students who graduated from high school less than three years ago and are pursuing a bachelor degree)
  • Official academic transcripts from each accredited university, college, and vocational technical center attended

School Accreditation Statement

Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities