MNU's accelerated Applied Organizational Leadership program is designed for working adults seeking to earn a bachelor's degree in business.
While combining a broad business curriculum with innovative leadership courses, you can complete a bachelor's degree in just 1 year. The Applied Organizational Leadership program is designed for working adults with 60 transferable hours of college credit* or an associate's degree.
We know that earning a degree is a commitment. That's why the Applied Organizational Leadership program meets in a cohort format. You'll experience the program as part of a dedicated group of other adult learners.
- Evening classes meet from 6-10 p.m., 1 night a week, for 50 weeks
- Complete the program in 1 year
- Earn credit for previous work or life experience
*Less than 60 hours? No problem. Our accelerated short-term classes can help you meet this requirement.
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Learn to develop:
- Critical thinking skills including analytical thinking, collaborative planning and organizing, problem resolution.
- Effective communication through writing, interpersonal relations, small group facilitation, presentation skills.
- Competence in management through contemporary leadership skills, supervisory skills, coaching skills.
- Ethical responsibility through self awareness of personal values.
- Adaptability within a team environment.
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