A leadership degree is about more than challenging the status quo. It's about changing it.

Don't think you're a leader? Think again. Most leadership skills can be learned. And it’s not just about public speaking or management, either.

The courses in the B.A. in Organizational Leadership degree invite you to expand your definition of the term and what it means to put others first. It’s about learning to inspire people, teams, or organizations toward greatness so we all can make a difference together. And raising self-awareness so we understand the roles that fit us best and having the confidence to step into them. These are just a few of the reasons why this program may be what you're looking for to build your career.

Learn to Lead and Follow

We believe that everyone both leads and follows in an organization. That's why it's important to understand each role and how to enhance it so you can have influence in big and small ways in your community, social, political, or church setting.

Here, we'll help you identify the core issues faced by leaders and followers and how to recognize the trends in your industry so you can help send your organization in the right direction.

Learn more about the program details to see how it can help you meet your personal and professional leadership goals.