Bachelor of Science
The Organizational Leadership major is a dynamic interdisciplinary bachelor's degree that creates effective and proactive leaders by developing interpersonal, communication, organizational, and critical thinking skills.
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About the Program
Classes are scheduled year-round. Four, 11-week terms enable you to accelerate the progress toward your degree without compromising traditional Cal Lutheran standards of excellence.
- Most classes meet one night a week, Monday – Thursday
- Classes are from 6 – 9:30pm
- Four 11-week terms year-round
- Campus locations in Thousand Oaks and Oxnard
Academic counselors, faculty and staff are here throughout the program to answer your questions and help solve problems along the way.
- Academic counselors offer proactive, individual attention
- Average class size of 10
- Faculty with real world experience
- Staff and Faculty dedicated to student success
Transfer Course Work
You may have already started down the path toward your bachelor's. We'll help you figure out which courses you can apply to your degree.
- Transfer up to 70 credits from community college
- Transfer up to 40 military credits
- Upper and lower division credits from a four-year college are also accepted
With a bachelor’s degree in Organizational Leadership from Cal Lutheran, you will acquire or enhance your skills in:
- Becoming an effective and productive team leader through influence and power
- Leveraging technology to improve organizational communication and performance
- Successfully engaging subordinates within culturally diverse environments
- Leveraging personal strengths to maximize influence
- Implementing values-based, ethical decision-making practices to support the organization and its stakeholders
Required credits: 44 credits minimum; 40 upper division credits. 2.0 minimum GPA.
BUS 367 (4) Behavior in Organizations
BUS 368 (4) Human Resource Management
BUS 446 (4) Theories and Practice of Leadership
BUS 448 (4) Organization Development
BUS 449 (4) Managerial Leadership
BUS 460 (4) Leadership Development (Capstone)
ECON 311 (4) Statistical Methods
PSYC 200 (4) General Psychology
PSYC 401 (4) Social Psychology
One of the following:
BUS 301 (4) Communication for Managers
COMM 306 (4) Business and Professional Communication
One of the following:
PHIL 370 (4) Business Ethics
RLTH 350 (4) Contemporary Christian Ethics
What Our Students Say
It was always a big thing for me to not have my bachelor’s degree — with time, money, and work schedules it never really happened for me. Once you have that bachelor’s degree it just opens all kinds of doors for you.