Drury GO Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership Studies

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You’ll develop a broad base of knowledge that will empower you to take on administrative and leadership roles within organization. To further strengthen your skills, you’ll choose a distinct track to specialize in:

  • Leadership development
  • Human resources

Program Outcomes

  • Ethical: Decision making in organizational and personal actions.
    • Implement leadership concepts in decision making after developing a personal model for ethical leadership.
  • Engaged: Clearly and effectively communicate as an individual and in teams.
    • Demonstrate effective and collaborative written and oral communication skills.
  • Encompassing: Promote multicultural sensitivity.
    • Determine one’s own identity, culture, and heritage and seek to learn more about others while confronting prejudices and discrimination.
  • Empowered: Prepared to execute.
    • Demonstrate strategies and techniques for managing organizations.

Career Information

Jobs in management occupations are projected to grow 6.9% by the year 2028 nationally. The median annual wage is $104,240. The average wage for management occupations in Missouri specifically is $106,760.

Some fields may require additional specialized training or certification. A Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership Studies degree will prepare you for a wide variety of professional roles, including:

  • Human resources management
    • Projected growth: 7.1%
    • Median annual wage: $113,300
  • Training and development management
    • Projected growth: 8.1%
    • Median annual wage: $111,340
  • Operations management
    • Projected growth: 6.9%
    • Median annual wage: $100, 930
  • Administrative services management
    • Projected growth: 7.3%
    • Median annual wage: $96,180
  • Marketing and sales management
    • Projected growth: 6.2%
    • Median annual wage: $128,100

The Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership requires a minimum of 48 credit hours.