Grow Your Career with a BAAS in Organizational Leadership
Become an effective and innovative leader with a competency-based program that prepares you for an impactful career in an increasingly technological and global society. Designed for working professionals, this program offers fully online coursework so you can plan your studies around your busy life. Receive credit for what you know and can do, then accelerate your degree completion and job promotion opportunities.
Organizational Leadership :: 1.03 SEE YOURSELF SUCCEED – Fresh
SEE YOURSELF SUCCEED WITH A DEGREE IN Organizational Leadership
Whether it’s a full year in the classroom or practicum courses and internships, you will engage in practical, real-world learning experiences that build confidence and skill.
Enjoy small classes, guidance and mentorship with a world-class faculty who are respected researchers in their fields.
Regardless of your chosen field, partake in excellence-driven programs that prepare you for the transformational challenges of a complex digital environment and global society through the promotion of instructional engagement, responsive research, quality service and active partnerships.
Organizational Leadership :: 1.02
Is this Program a Good Fit for You?
Organizational leadership students are typically interested in:
All competency-based programs in the College of Innovation and Design are offered in two seven-week terms per traditional semester with a break between each term.
|Semester||Term 1||Break||Term 2|
|Spring||Jan. 18 – March 4||March 7 – 25||March 28 – May 13|
|Summer||May 16 – July 1||July 4 – 8||July 11 – Aug. 26|
|Fall||Sept. 6 – Oct. 21||Oct. 24 – 28||Oct. 31 – Dec. 16|
|Semester||Term 1||Break||Term 2|
|Spring||Jan. 17 – March 3||March 6 – 17||March 20 – May 5|
|Summer||May 15 – June 30||July 3 – 7||July 10 – Aug. 25|
|Fall||Sept. 5 – Oct. 20||Oct. 23 – 27||Oct. 30 – Dec. 15|
Organizational Leadership :: 1.07 Careers
Career Possibilities and Current Median Salaries
US DOL Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2018
Organizational Leadership :: 1.08 INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
Internship experience provides the foundation employers are seeking. Internships are offered as optional credit for this program and can be an important part of your educational experience. These are just a few of the companies that partner with Career Development and offer opportunities for organizational leadership students.
Organizational Leadership :: 1.12 FEATURED COURSES
You will examine ethics in the workplace and the role of organizational leaders in fostering ethical behavior. Case studies, discussion, self-assessment exercises and reading assignments explore the basic frameworks of ethical dealings and moral leadership. You will demonstrate a competency in critical thinking skills to both identify and remedy ethical issues typically encountered in organizational settings and interactions.
You will examine the role of quantitative data in managerial and entrepreneurial decision making. You will draw upon quantitative tools and analyses from several disciplines, especially statistics, economics, accounting and finance. You will demonstrate the usefulness of these tools and analyses in providing optimal technical options in decision-making situations. Emphasis is placed on the interpretation and translation of data into information for the benefit of internal and external consumers.
This course offers you an in-depth analysis of prevalent issues related to organizational change. Upon completion of this course, you will recognize and describe organizational change in varied organizations, explain and demonstrate behaviors and characteristics to establish credibility and legitimacy as a change agent, and recognize the current dynamic social, political and cultural environment for change and its potential impact on contemporary organizations.
CID :: Admission Steps
Step 1: Demonstrate Your Knowledge
To demonstrate your knowledge, you will submit evidence of a level of competence in reading, writing and mathematics.
You are required to take or be exempt from the Texas Success Initiative Assessment prior to enrolling in college; students without assessment scores because of exemptions that are not test- or grade-based must take a placement test to determine entry level in math and English courses.
For more information about the assessment requirements, please contact the Office of Student Assessment & Evaluation.
Step 2: Submit Your Transcript(s)
Submit or request submission of official transcripts from high school or GED score report, including percentile scores, at each institution you attended. A transcript is considered official only if received directly from the sending institution or, if hand delivered, the transcript must be in a sealed registrar’s envelope.
Step 3: File for Financial Aid
Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and designate TAMUC as the college to receive your FAFSA information. The A&M-Commerce school code is 003565. For more information, please contact Financial Aid at [email protected] or call at 903.468.6059.Back to menu
Organizational Leadership :: Earning Course Credit
Earn Course Credit Based on Your Experience
You may have transfer courses that complete the area of this degree where these credits would apply. Please email the Organizational Leadership Advising Office before proceeding with any of the following steps to check if you have applicable transfer courses.
Costs for contracting with Excelsior OneTranscript, UExcel®, CLEPs, CAEL’s, and Charter Oak State College learning portfolios are your responsibility and in addition to the per term tuition rate. Texas A&M University-Commerce is not affiliated with these third-party agencies.
We accept transfer credit from universities accredited through regional, national and professional and specialized accrediting agencies on a course by course basis as determined by the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. Questions concerning the evaluation of transfer credit should be directed to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions 903.886.5000.Back to menu
CoID :: CB Program Costs
Tuition is a flat rate per seven-week term. Texas residents pay $750 per term and out-of-state residents pay $1,500 per term. Many of the courses include e-textbooks incorporated in the online competency modules.