Become an Inspirational and Extraordinary Leader with a Bachelor of Art Degree in Organizational Leadership.
A Brenau University undergraduate degree in Organizational Leadership is a program that is designed to provide motivational, communication, and management skills to graduates in order to help engage people in a collaborative work environment. Leaders with this degree help steer the organization toward a path of success by helping employees fulfill their potentials through strong and thoughtful guidance.
Courses in the Organizational Leadership program focus on encouraging students to develop skills in these areas:
Verbal and Written Communication
Strong leaders understand how to motivate a variety of diverse employees. They seek solutions to complex problems using a variety of problem solving techniques using the human resources available to them. And leaders are excellent communicators in both writing and speaking.
The coursework has been carefully designed to move you closer to becoming a better leader of organizational teams, managerial departments, and employees. It is designed to institute a sense of leadership and inspiration among employees at any organization.
The Organizational Leadership program is offered in the days, evenings, and ONLINE formats at a number of campuses at Brenau University.
The MAJOR CORE curriculum consists of 48 semester hours including the following courses:
PY 101 General Psychology or PY 215 Workforce Psychology
AC 200 Survey of Accounting or AC 201 Acct Principles I (Financial)
BA 203 Creative and Critical Thinking
MS 205 Introduction to Statistics
BA 206 Microeconomics
BA 223 Leadership Principles
LE 300 Conflict Resolution
HR 301 Research Methods
MG 301 Management Principles
BA 306 Business Communications
BA 330 Cultural Diversity in the Business Environment
HR 333 Human Resource Management
HR 403 Leadership and Group Dynamics
BA 417 Business Ethics
HR 418 Organizational Development and Change
OL 499 Leadership Capstone
Additionally, six semester hours of foundation courses (EH101 and MS101) as well as nine semester hours of MAJOR ELECTIVES are required for the completion of this degree.