Southeastern University

1000 Longfellow Blvd, Lakeland, FL 33801-6034

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The Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership teaches students effective leadership while centering on Christ as a model. The program emphasizes the importance of recognizing the value of the people being led as opposed to systems and structures.  Students who wish to pursue a number of vocations can benefit from this program as it helps them prepare for influential positions in a variety of settings.  Students will study the principles of leadership as well as historical leaders.  They will explore how to communicate vision, build teamwork, and lead a group or organization to where it needs to be.

Students will gain a liberal arts education, which focuses on general courses from a variety of major disciplines.  Students will study about God and the responsibilities of being God’s steward in all aspects of life.  The organizational leadership core courses will teach theories and practices in leadership, how past leaders have succeeded, and how to lead people from a variety of backgrounds and cultures.  Students will also study teamwork, and how to motivate others in reaching the goal of the organization.  In studying past leaders, including Jesus, students will study the importance of respecting and caring for those they lead.  Students may also select a minor that is relevant to their specific career goals.  There is a wide range of minors to choose from, such as business and journalism, and students can choose a minor based on the sector they wish to apply their leadership skills to.

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    Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges

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