Explore the social and cultural aspects of business and how they impact organizational effectiveness with the online Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Leadership (BAOL) program. Benedictine’s online program teaches you the key leadership techniques for maximizing human capital as well as theories of organizational behavior and leadership skills that drive results.
Online Bachelor’s in Organizational Leadership coursework covers such topics as - Ethical leadership - Cultural and social change - Psychology - The relationship between labor and management - Organizational dynamics and social organization
The online Bachelor’s in Organizational Leadership examines how people work together most effectively and shows you how to communicate and lead strategies designed to improve productivity.
In this program, you will study: - The different functions and roles leaders play in local and global communities - The analytical skills needed to assess the behavioral aspects of groups and organizations - How to motivate individuals and groups - A variety of leadership techniques - Vital communication skills
Two Unique Management Concentrations Available
As a student in the program, you will have the opportunity to select from two concentrations — Marketing or Human Resources Management. You will then have the opportunity to explore these areas in more depth and gain valuable expertise that can set you apart from your colleagues in the marketplace.
Why Choose Benedictine Online?
- By earning your Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Leadership online at Benedictine, you will receive all the benefits that Benedictine offers with its rich history spanning more than 127 years of academic excellence
- Complete your coursework according to your own schedule through our online, interactive format
- Earn the same respected credential as students in the traditional, on-campus program
- Get help from your personal full-time advisor when you need it
- Transfer up to 90 credits. You can earn credit for previous coursework, as well as up to 18 college credits for work experience, which you could use toward three-quarters of electives. You may also get credit for military training. Work experience/prior learning assessment (PLA) credits require the creation of a portfolio to demonstrate content mastery.
- Students must have must have education that is the Recognized Equivalent of a U.S. High School Diploma (RED)
- Students must be 22 years of age or older to be admitted
- International students must complete evaluation by Educational Credential Evaluators (ECE) or Educational Perspectives to assess prior learning in other countries as it compares to U.S. education
- All international students must demonstrate they have met the English proficiency requirements for the degree program to which they are applying. Students applying to graduate programs must meet one of the following requirements: TOEFL Paper Based Test: 550; TOEFL Internet Based Test: 78; IELTS Exam: 6.0
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