Organizational Leadership, B.A.S.
Jack Champeau, Coordinator
Room 012A, Old Main
The Bachelor of Applied Studies (B.A.S.) in Organizational Leadership is a liberal arts degree completion program intended to develop skills and talents essential to succeeding in a global society. The B.A.S. in Organizational Leadership program provides a four-year degree option for adult students to pursue advanced career opportunities and thereby strengthen the communities in which they work and live. The curriculum combines advanced coursework in communication and leadership with study of the arts, humanities, historical perspectives, and the natural and social sciences. The program develops cultural, social, and political literacy, and builds the abilities to communicate effectively in writing and in speech and to exercise leadership skills.
Students entering the B.A.S. in Organizational Leadership program must have completed an Applied Associate degree from a Technical College. The B.A.S. in Organizational Leadership requires completion of at least 120 credit hours, and up to 72 credits may be awarded for coursework previously completed for the Applied Associate degree. Students enrolled in the program will also be required to complete the General Education Program (GEP) requirements. Many of the courses required for the B.A.S. in Organizational Leadership will also satisfy GEP requirements.