About the Leadership & Organizational Management Major
The Bachelor of Science (BS) Degree in Leadership & Organizational Management provides expertise in management, human dynamics, and organizational development for business and public administration. We call this program LOM for short.
This interdisciplinary adult degree program takes a systems approach to the problems, principles and practices of management, incorporating conceptual and theoretical knowledge. Learn more about the admissions process.
LOM Program Details
- Classes alternate between online and evening sessions on-campus (6PM – 10PM)
- Complete your studies in about 15 months
- Study and network with other working adults
- Must have completed a minimum of 60 credit hours
- Must be at least 25 years of age
- Must have current work experience (or significant volunteer experience)
- Must demonstrate satisfactory writing ability
Highlights of the LOM Degree
- Our blend of online and evening classes reduces the amount of time students must spend on-campus while retaining the benefits of a traditional residential program. The flexibility you want with the support you need.
- The importance of developing organizations in a variety of areas – human resource administration, interpersonal relationships, adult development models, and motivation theory.
- The practical application of skills and theories in the classroom and through a field-based research project (applied research project).
- The evaluation of issues and concepts central to the practice of management through the perspectives of historical, cultural, biblical, and ethical standards.
Leadership & Organizational Management Career Choices
- Businesses: manufacturing, retail, health, engineering, housing, recreation, transportation, legal, marketing, human resources, computer information systems, accounting & finance, administration, and banking.
- Service Agencies: health services, department of corrections, community mental health organizations, religious organizations, education, non-profit organizations, police and fire departments and local government.