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Point University offers a bachelor’s degree program in Organizational Leadership to equip working adults with the management and leadership skills needed to succeed in their careers and in life. These classes will give you background knowledge in every area of business, from information systems to ethics.

Organizational Leadership Degree Courses

Organizational Leadership Degree Courses

Some of the courses you will take during the 120 required credit hours include:

  • Accounting and Finance for Leadership
  • Principles of Marketing
  • Business Law
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Human Resources Management

If you’re interested in taking on a leadership role in an organization, it is vital that you understand the many aspects of business. While other degree programs focus narrowly on one topic, the organizational leadership program is designed for people who want to lead. Leaders must be able to have a bird’s-eye view of the organization they are in charge of, so the courses you’ll take in this program will reflect the breadth of capabilities you’ll need to exhibit in order to succeed in your career.

There are many reasons why you might want to study organizational leadership. You may be interested in a career in human resources at an already established company, or you might be an entrepreneur with a business idea that could become the next Uber or Apple. Entrepreneurs will especially benefit from this degree, as they must know how to energize people and get them motivated for a cause. The interpersonal communication skills taught in these classes will enable you to get people on your side. Or perhaps you’re at the bottom of the corporate ladder, and would like to advance more quickly. You might feel unfulfilled in your current career and want a change. Many students go on to pursue a graduate degree in a variety of fields.

The Point program isn’t just about becoming an organizational leader. It’s about becoming a good organizational leader. Our courses emphasize Christian values and ethical principles. A leadership position is a big responsibility, and one that should not be taken lightly. It seems as though every other day, there’s news of another political scandal or a revelation about unethical business practices. The only way to get these bad leaders out of their positions is by replacing them with good leaders. There are many struggles and temptations that come with leading an organization, but the courses and teachers at Point will help you recognize these hurdles and avoid or overcome them.

The skills you’ll learn (like good communication, time management, and small group collaboration) are applicable in any field, and will never be irrelevant or outdated. The critical thinking and problem-solving abilities you’ll gain during the Organizational Leadership degree program will help you get where you want to go – wherever that may be.