Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership

If you are looking for an academic challenge that will enrich both your personal and professional development, consider a nationally recognized degree in organizational leadership from Fort Hays State University. Organizational leadership is a broad academic field that is adaptable to organizations large and small, private and public. The Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership is an interdisciplinary degree that focuses on the study of leadership in the context of the modern organization. It examines the theoretical foundation as well as the practical behaviors and processes that promote positive leadership and organizational development. This degree program prepares students to become effective players in today's workplace. Rather than preparing graduates for a single particular career, this interdisciplinary liberal arts degree program provides the knowledge and skills necessary for a broad range of organizational and supervisory positions. Graduates find themselves in high demand for a wide variety of career choices because of skills gained in communication, team building, collaboration, problem solving, and change making.

Program Requirements Overview

General Education Requirements: 55 Credit Hours
Cognate Requirements: 12 Credit Hours
Organizational Leadership Core Courses: 27 Credit Hours
Organizational Leadership Electives: 9 Credit Hours
Free Electives: 21 Credit Hours

TOTAL HOURS REQUIRED FOR DEGREE: 124 Credit Hours

Detailed Degree Requirements
*Free Electives Not Included

Contact Information

 
Dr. Jill Arensdorf
Fort Hays State University
Rarick Hall 235B
600 Park Street
Hays, KS 67601-4099
Phone: (785) 628-4303
Email: jrarensdorf@fhsu.edu
Web: Department Homepage

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