About Organizational Leadership
Organizational leadership involves the practices, theories, issues and ramifications of leading an organization or business. Students in the organizational leadership program at Valdosta State University learn about management, administration, human resources and technology related to today’s complex organizations in the public, private and nonprofit sectors. The online, multidisciplinary program is ideal for working professionals, members of the military, transfer students and those seeking degree completion, along with traditional students who wish to complete a degree online.
Organizational Leadership at Valdosta State University
The organizational leadership degree at Valdosta State is an online program, giving students the flexibility of completing their studies from home. Students take part in an online orientation and work with an advisor throughout the course of their studies. The program is part of VSU Online, a program designed to expand a student's educational experience by providing learning opportunities that are more flexible and accessible.
- Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership (B.S.)
Public Service Administration
Office Administration and Technology
Legal Office Administration
Spanish for Professionals or ESOL Instruction
About the Organizational Leadership Curriculum
Students in the online organizational leadership program learn about organizational leadership as it relates to and impacts individuals, communities and society from a variety of perspectives. Students learn to express themselves effectively, develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills, and gain an understanding of ethical principles underlying both research and practice in organizational leadership. In addition to taking required courses within the discipline, students must select a track in public service administration, office administration and technology, legal office administration, law enforcement leadership, or Spanish for professionals or ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) instruction.
- Brand manager
- Career planner
- Corporate coach
- Credit manager
- Customer service manager
- General manager
- Health services manager
- Health care manager
- Human resources manager
- IT manager
- Marketing manager
- Marketing researcher
- Nonprofit administrator
- Operations manager
- Policy planner
- Production manager
- Social services manager
- Training and development manager
- Training and development specialist
*Some career possibilities may require additional degrees or certifications.