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.
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What Can I Do with a Bachelor’s Degree in Organizational Leadership?
In addition to serving as a first step toward a master’s degree, a bachelor’s degree in Organizational Leadership can qualify you for a range of lucrative and satisfying careers, including:
|Title||Median Yearly Salary||Projected Job Growth|
|Health Services Manager||$88,580||23%|
|Human Resources Manager||$99,720||13%|
|Training and Development Manager||$95,400||11%|
|Social and Community Service Manager||$59,970||21%|
Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics
Acquire Vital Leadership Skills in an Organizational Leadership Program
The online Bachelor’s in Organizational Leadership examines how people work together most effectively and shows you how to communicate and lead organizational plans that improve productivity.
In this program, you will study:
- The function and roles of organizational leaders in local and global communities
- The analytical skills to assess the behavioral aspects of groups and organizations
- Motivating factors for individuals and groups that can improve performance and increase job satisfaction
- Leadership techniques to help you inspire and influence others within your organization
- Communication skills for effectively sharing vital information with employees, clients, and other members of the management team
Online Bachelor’s in Organizational Leadership coursework covers such topics as:
- Ethical leadership – students will study leadership models for various levels of leadership, as well as the strategies, skills and ethics that impact management.
- Cultural and social change – class work introduces the evolution of social institutions, societal succession and large scale historical changes, which students will leverage to make predictions about significant cultural and social changes in the future.
- Social psychology – this course introduces theories about how society affects individuals and groups, and how these interactions affect attitudes, attributions and prejudices.
- Labor and management relations – students examine the employer-employee relationship within union and non-union organizations, as well as the governmental and workplace policies that govern labor practices.
- Organizational dynamics – coursework covers group dynamics, and methods of measuring and improving job satisfaction, motivation, performance evaluation, decision-making, and goal setting.
- Operations management – students apply theories and principles to test topics such as strategic planning, business forecasting, capacity planning and quality control.
You can transfer up to 90 credits into the program, saving you time and money.
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Learn how the online Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Leadership can lead to a more rewarding career. Call (866) 295-3104 to speak with a Program Manager, or request more information.