Careers in Leadership Studies
A degree in Organizational Leadership doesn’t just prepare you for a career—it prepares you for life.
By developing effective communication skills, as well as your appreciation for teamwork, understanding of organizational change, and ability to supervise others, you can find a career in many fields.
Many recent graduates find themselves in entry-level management positions, but here are examples of many other jobs you might find rewarding:
- Human Resource Professional
- Project Manager
- Strategic Planner
- Organizational Development Specialist
- Sales Representative
- Public Relations Specialist
- Organizational Trainer
- Management Consultant
- Political Advisor
- Military Officer
- Non-profit Executive
- Healthcare Administrator
- Government Official
- Personnel Development Specialist
- Social Service Administrator
- Consumer Relation
- Community Development Specialist
- Retail Manager
Learn more about what other Leadership Studies alumni are doing. We also invite you to check out our stellar post-graduation success statistics.
For more information about careers for Leadership Studies majors, visit the Academic Advising and Career Exploration Center’s Website or contact our department to speak with a faculty advisor.
What They’re Saying…
"Through my degree in Organizational Leadership, I know that I have grown my soft skills, management skills, and people skills in order to allow me to adapt to any situation that comes my way."
-Josh Doak, Rush, CO, Leadership Studies graduate