Bachelor of Science
Organizational Leadership at Greenville University
Pursue the study of leadership from a holistic approach that integrates psychology, sociology, communication, and management. Expand your leadership skills and knowledge. Become more effective in your current position and prepare for advancement. The organizational leadership degree can be particularly helpful for those who are involved in or want to become entrepreneurs, HR professionals, managers, administrators, coaches, educators, trainers, or consultants.
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Receive credit for work you’ve already done, including vocational and technical course credits. Use our Prior Learning Assessment tool to identify additional life experiences that may also qualify you for credits.
Equip yourself for workplace leadership and advancement with courses geared toward practical application.
Caring faculty. GU faculty know your name, cheer your successes, and work to make online learning as in-depth and personal as face-to-face classes.
Your faith, your time. Complete your degree in as little as one year with a program that integrates Christian faith with learning.
Leadership. Learn to be a more effective leader within your organization.
Community. Discover a supportive online community.
Going back to school as an adult learner was daunting, but the best decision! The organizational program at GU had helpful staff to walk me through the admissions process, even dealing with 20-year old transcripts! The faculty was caring, knowledgeable, and professional. I felt connected to the content and even the other online students. This degree has opened doors for career opportunities I did not previously have. I am excited to employ the wisdom I've gleaned and put it into practice in all spheres of my influence!
-Deedra Mager, organizational leadership major
Organizational Leadership, BS Course Requirements
Visit the Online Catalog for an explanation of graduation requirements.