Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Management
What you will learn
In the Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Management degree program, you will examine the human side of managing organizations, including communications, group behavior, decision-making, human resource management, and ethics. Upon completion of the Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Management degree program, you will be able to:
- Examine their personal leadership style and determine its appropriateness to various organizational situations
- Demonstrate appropriate decision-making skills in organizational contexts
- Formulate strategies for effective team development
- Analyze alternative solutions for complex business problems
- Compare and contrast individual characteristics that influence work behaviors and organizational effectiveness
- Analyze the impact of social problems on the workplace at the individual, group, organizational, and societal levels
Your Courses in Organizational Management
Your coursework includes studies in strategic planning, leadership, sociology, HR management, and more. You can also add a specialization to your degree to provide further focus to your studies.
To help students acclimate to the online classroom, you may be required to complete Introductory Course requirements. Learn more about Introductory Courses.
Major Course Requirements (36 credits, all courses are 3 credits.)
Specializations in Organizational Management
You may choose to delve into other areas of organizational management when you add a specialization to your organizational management degree program. A specialization consists of four (4), three (3) credit courses. Choose from the following specialization(s):
Human Resources Management
Sports & Recreation Management
BA in Organizational Management
Discover the Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Management. In this video, Assistant Professor Dr. Alan Swank explains what you can expect to learn during the degree program and how it will prepare you for a rewarding career in accounting.
Careers in Organizational Management
After graduation, you will be prepared for a career as a leader of organizations. You may choose to pursue a job search in business, to start your own business, or to pursue careers with local, state, or federal government organizations. Take a look at your potential career options.
The Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Management degree is IACBE accredited.