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Curriculum

Semester Credit Hour Requirements

Category Semester Credit Hours
General Education Core Curriculum 42
Required Courses 30 (ORGL)
Prescribed Electives 45 (Occupational Specific/Business Electives)
Free Electives 3 (Electives)
TOTAL 120

Curriculum

Rubric Title Description
ORGL 4341 Leadership Theory I This course provides an introduction to foundational theories and approaches to organizational leadership.
ORGL 3322 Behavior, Ethics and Leadership I The purpose of this course is to examine the intersection of applied ethics and leadership to promote reflection, dialogue, and a deeper understanding of how to be an ethical leader.
ORGL 4342 Leadership Theory II

This course is a continuation of Leadership Theory I, with a focus on the application of leadership theory to organizational problems and challenges.

ORGL 3311 Issues in Organizational Leadership This course offers a survey of contemporary and emerging issues with a focus on the application of leadership concepts to recommend action.
ORGL 3321 Data Driven Decision Making I This course focuses on developing insight in decision making and how to make effective and ethical leadership decisions across a variety of contexts.
ORGL 3332 Behavior, Ethics, and Leadership II This course offers an overview of issues related to the role of organizational leadership in fostering ethical behavior, and critical thinking skills to both identify and remedy ethical issues typically encountered in organizational settings and interactions.
ORGL 4343 Leading Change This course is designed to help leaders prepare for their role as implementers and agents of organizational change.
ORGL 3331 Data Driven Decision Making II This course is a continuation of Data-Driven Decision-Making I. Students will utilize this knowledge to practice aspects of research, data analysis, and decision-making.
ORGL 4352 Capstone I This is the first of a two-part class devoted to the development of the student's capstone project. Taken at the end of the BAAS program, students in this course synthesize and apply program concepts to a real-life problem or project in their field of practice and produce a capstone portfolio.
ORGL 4361 Capstone II This is the second of a two-part class devoted to the development of the student's capstone project. Taken at the end of the BAAS program, students in this course synthesize and apply program concepts to a real-life problem or project in their field of practice and produce a capstone portfolio.