Students interested in completing the BA program in the Gila Valley or Pinal County are encouraged to complete a Transfer Admission Guarantee program. Students should see admission requirements below.
The BA program in organizational leadership uses transdisciplinary methods that prepare students to become leaders in organizations. Students develop the skills and knowledge that leaders need to solve problems, communicate effectively, assess programs, manage resources and use emerging technologies in organizations. Students are prepared for a range of positions in the public and private sectors, including in government, health care administration, nonprofit agencies, in businesses and the service industry.
Arizona State University has established partnerships with Central Arizona College and Eastern Arizona College that allows students to complete their associate degree at CAC or EAC and then pursue this bachelor's degree through classes delivered on these campuses. More information about ASU degrees offered at these locations is available at https://transfer.asu.edu. This program is also offered at the ASU Colleges in Lake Havasu City; the major map is shown at https://webapp4.asu.edu/programs/t5/roadmaps/ASU00/LSORGLBA/null/CALHC/2018.
Those students interested in the organizational leadership online program may visit the ASU Online website for more information.
Organizational Leadership (BA)
Integrative Sciences and Arts, College of
A major map outlines the degree’s requirements for graduation.
Application requirementsAll students are required to meet general university admission requirements.
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Graduates possess skills and knowledge needed for leadership positions in a wide range of organizations --- such as business, government, health care administration, nonprofit agencies and the service industry. Students who complete the program on the ground in Lake Havasu City choose from three concentrations, with the following job titles based on information from other universities with similar degrees:
- organizational behavior: knowledge manager, director of employee services, director of training, diversity specialist, performance evaluation specialist, community relations manager
- organizational leadership: director of youth development, sales manager, executive assistant, housing assistant, supervisor, service manager, deputy sheriff trainee, sales executive, knowledge manager, talent manager, organization development consultant
- project management: project manager, account manager, facilities manager, senior video producer