ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERSHIP (NONTRADITIONAL)


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Brian Boyle
Director of Recruitment for Nontraditional and Graduate programs
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Brian Boyle
Director of Recruitment for Nontraditional and Graduate programs
251.442.2287
bboyle@umobile.edu

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Organizational Leadership

If your goal is to gain a classic undergraduate education in the liberal arts tradition, then our Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership was designed with you in mind.

The Organzational Leadership program:

  • Includes studies in philosophy, world politics, religion, and ethics
  • Emphasizes communication, critical thinking, and interpersonal relations skills
  • Is designed to build skills necessary for positions in human resources, management, counseling, and other service-oriented positions
  • Develops proficiency in communication, critical thinking, and interpersonal relations. The emphasis in communication includes composition, the arts, logic, and counseling. Critical thinking involves studies in philosophy, world politics, and religion, as well as ethics, and psychology. Interpersonal preparation adds consideration of world conflict and its resolution, and investigations into traditions of leadership.

The Organizational Leadership program uses a blended structure. Online and on campus classes are offered in convenient 8-week sessions designed specifically for working adults. This class structure allows you to continue with your family and work schedule while advancing your career.

  • Meet or exceed all University of Mobile admission requirements.
  • Have attained the age of 23 or older, or have accepted adult responsibilities.
  • Have access to a computer and internet.
  • Have a valid e-mail account.
  • Commitment to class attendance and ability to devote a minimum or 10-15 hours per week to coursework preparation.
  • Contact your University of Mobile admissions counselor for details on basic coursework and GPA requirements.
Course Code Course Name Credit Hours
Level 1: Knowledge of Human Cultures and the Physical and Natural World
PY 310 World Religions 3
SA 430 Current Issues 3
CMS 303 Intercultural Foundations 3
Level 2: Intellectual and Practical Skills
COM 300 Cross-Cultural Communication 3
EN 331 Advanced Composition 3
PSY 325 Introduction to Counseling 3
Level 3: Personal and Social Responsibility
HI 414 Group Conflict: Prudent Reactions to 20th Century Genocide 3
PY 412 Moral Philosophy/Ethics 3
EN 305 Democracy and Tyranny 3
Level 4: Integrative and Applied Learning
HI 415 Leadership and Crisis 3
BBA 321 Principles of Management 3
BBA 333 Leadership in Organizations 3
Total: 36
2017-2018

Tuition:
Fall & Spring: $495 per credit hour
Summer: $405 per credit hour
Comprehensive Fees:
Fall and Spring: $200.00 per semester
Summer, 12 hours or more $100.00
Summer, Less than 12 hours $50.00