FAST FACTS: B.A. Organizational Leadership
* Tuition rates are for the 2020-21 academic year. Additional fees and costs for course materials may apply. Total program cost and completion time varies depending on transfer credits and individual program plans. Tuition rates are subject to change.
Business is, at its core, about interpersonal relationships; from negotiating a transaction to managing major initiatives. Organizational leadership studies these relationships and teaches students specialized leadership skills, such as interpersonal communication, working with teams and decision making.
The Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Leadership is an interdisciplinary study of the human aspects of management. This program is ideal for students interested in human resources, coaching/mentoring, managing training and development programs, and provides a strong foundation for graduate school.
Recent graduates have obtained jobs at Securian, Target, maurices, Robert Half International and Creative Arcade.
The B.A. Organizational Leadership program can be completed 100 percent online to minimize the time away from your family and job. Our online learning environment allows you to collaborate with peers and complete the program on your schedule, even if that schedule varies from week to week or month to month.
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"I knew online and evening programs were offered at other schools, but it never connected with me like it did at St. Scholastica. With the veteran friendliness and the flexibility here, it was a perfect fit for an adult student like me."
— Don Claveau, Executive Director, Braham Housing & Redevelopment Authority
"This program was perfect for me. The classes were stimulating, applicable to multiple career fields and were taught by wonderful and engaging faculty. It made me an adept communicator who can utilize conflict resolution and team development principles, which has helped me in my career."
— Sara Flagstad, 2012