Study in organizational leadership involves examining the way groups of people are directed towards a common goal. Among other topics, organizational leadership students explore personnel structures, best practices, decision-making, motivation, strategy, systems of accountability, goal-setting, communication, and management in business, governments, non-profits, and other types of groups. They also look at how organizational cultures are formed and influenced, tools and systems, used to implement policy, and how change is managed.
FVSU’s organizational leadership degree can only be earned online. Students in the program can select from the following concentrations: Health Care Administration, Legal Office Administration, Office Administration and Technology, Public Service Administration, and Spanish for Professionals.
Professionals with organizational leadership backgrounds pursue careers as corporate executives, project managers, operations, managers, consulting, human resources managers, productivity experts, and analysis.
FVSU’s bachelor of science degree with a major in organizational leadership can only be learned online. Learn more.
Students in the organizational leadership program can choose to focus study in:
- Health Care Administration
- Legal Office Administration
- Office Administration and Technology Public Service Administration
- Spanish for Professionals
FVSU’s organizational leadership faculty have deep knowledge in the field. Learn more.
Organizational Leadership courses prepare students for effective management and innovation. Learn more.