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Bachelor of Arts inOrganizational Management and Leadership
The Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Management and Leadership program consists of 40 credit hours and is offered fully online. The B.A. in Organizational Management and Leadership degree is designed for busy adult students who are interested in obtaining their degree and require the flexibility of attending class on their schedule. Online and on-campus (evening) options are also available.
Area of Study: Business, Finance Marketing
- Credit Hours: 40
- Course Length: 7 weeks
This program can be taken:
Asynchronous online courses. Study on your schedule, with no live class times required.
Organizational Management and Leadership
The degree in organizational management and leadership educates students about group behavior and its relation to organizational effectiveness by translating theoretical learning into useful, hands-on experience. Students will:
- Develop proficiency in understanding and directing change.
- Expand critical thinking and decision making skills.
- Apply their knowledge to current organizational challenges and opportunities.
- Principles of Ethical Management 4
- Human Resource Management and Employment Law 4
- Applied Accounting and Finance 4
- Marketing in the Global Environment 4
- Analytics and Technology 4
- Managing Talent and Organizations 4
- Change Management and Decision Making 4
- Systems Theory and Strategic Planning 4
- Communicating across Organizations and Cultures 4
- Ethical Leadership Solutions 4
BUS-380 – Principles of Ethical Management
Learn how to manage for success! Examine management theories and applications for motivation, decision-making, organizational structures, processes, and group dynamics that shape organizational culture. Gain insight into frameworks for ethical leadership, operational strategy, and essential management skills and responsibilities.
BUS-382 – Human Resource Management and Employment Law
Gain insight into the pivotal role human resources plays in helping organizations be successful. Learn the various functions of HR and their relationship to the role of manager. Explore the historical roots of HR in organization life and the application of the law to the present day workplace including wrongful discharge, harassment, interviewing, selection, compensation, and benefits.
BUS-384 – Applied Accounting and Finance
Explores the fundamental concepts of finance and accounting within an organizational context, including terminology, budgeting, time value of money, along with ethical and global considerations. Apply standard financial and accounting tools to make business assessments and financial decisions important for managers in any organization.
BUS-386 – Marketing in the Global Environment
Develop skills for effective integrated marketing and business strategy to create innovative and sustained competitive advantage in the digital economy. Learn to ethically apply these insights for business growth to advance strategy. Students explore international marketing perspectives emphasizing future trends while examining the current market environment and marketing strategy elements.
BUS-388 – Analytics and Technology
Learn to analyze and visualize data by using business analytics concepts and tools. Work in simulated business work groups to practice real-world collaboration. Develop analyses that utilize research and forecasting tools to meet measurable objectives and effectively make business decisions.
OML-452 – Managing Talent and Organizations
Learn the fundamentals of how people contribute talent and capabilities to work as an interconnected organizational unit. Examines key elements of organizational management theory, including planning, organizing, motivation, feedback, and accountability. Explores a range of management and supervision styles and techniques that contribute to creative solutions to personal and organizational issues.
OML-454 – Change Management and Decision Making
Explore basic research methodologies for use in organizational change management. Learn to identify and analyze root causes and symptoms, focusing in on the characteristics of each. Develop skills in reading, analyzing, and understanding the application of research as it relates to making successful organizational change and aiding in the decision making process. Apply creative problem solving based on solid organizational research to the major’s capstone project and for future organizational applications.
OML-456 – Systems Theory and Strategic Planning
Gain insight into the foundational components of an organization as a complex system of interacting people and dynamics. Learn to observe and manage patterns and relationships within an organizational system, especially the impact of individuals, groups, structure, and environment on motivation and decision making. Explore how systems concepts can be used to analyze organizational behavior, facilitate change, and find creative ways for leaders to address unique organizational behavior issues. Learn the basics of strategic planning.
OML-458 – Communicating across Organizations and Cultures
Explore interpersonal and organizational communication strategies essential for creating a productive work environment in diverse intercultural and global settings. Examine the importance of dynamics of language, non-verbal communication, context, constructive dialog, and the global and multi-cultural implications of effective communication on an organizational setting. Gain skills to analyze the values, beliefs, customs, and perceptions represented in various kinds of multi-cultural themes to create effective communication models.
OML-460 – Ethical Leadership Solutions
Examine the relationship of personal values, beliefs, and an ethical core as a critical component of professionalism. Explore the role of values and ethics in organizational change, mission development and implementation, and decision making. Develop a basic use of primary and secondary data sources as relevant components of organizational decisions. Learn the role of critical reflection on research, ethics, leadership, and the decision-making process. Students submit a final capstone paper.
- Apply Online
- Submit official transcripts from the regionally accredited institution with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 based on a 4.0 system.
- If you have attended a MNSCU college or university we also ask that you provide an official accompanying DARS or MnTC goal area worksheet. Concordia accepts completed goal areas
- If you have less than 20 college credits completed, you will need to submit your official high school transcript as well as any college level courses you have taken.
- If you have not taken any college level courses and have graduated from high school in the last three years, you will need to submit your official high school transcript as well as your official ACT or SAT scores.
- Submit a typed personal statement that answers the questions listed below. Completed statements should be labeled with your name, academic program, and your contact information and submitted via your student application portal. Each question should be answered in a minimum of 300 words (1 page).
- What has led you to pursue your undergraduate degree?
- What are your long term personal and professional goals?
*120 credits need to be completed to earn bachelor s degree