A Bachelor of Applied Studies in Organizational Leadership is designed with employment skills in mind - positioning you for optimal achievement in your career path. 


Why should I get a degree in Organizational Leadership?

A hallmark of this degree is the applied core. These competencies were designed following research on widely sought-after employment skills. You'll work through competencies such as problem solving, teamwork, professional communications, and ethics.

Organizational leadership takes many forms, so we’ve built the program with varied perspectives in mind. Our faculty have created an approach to organizational leadership that considers a range of disciplines and models the diverse contexts of the workplace.


What types of “courses” will I take?

This degree is designed around competencies instead of courses with a focus on Management and Leadership assessments. Here are some examples of competencies you'll complete:

  • Professional Communications
  • Problem Solving
  • Human Capital Management
  • Project Management
  • Organizational Change
  • Conflict Management

What job opportunities does a degree in organizational leadership offer?

  • Promotion to Management role
  • Project Management 
  • Non-profit leadership/management
  • Church administration/management
  • Human Resources 
  • Training and Development 
  • Management Analyst
  • Marketing and Communications