Online Bachelor of Science in Organizational Management

The University of La Verne’s online Bachelor of Science in Organizational Management emphasizes team-building, motivation, and employee retention through traditional business concepts. Effective leadership holds organizations of all types and sizes together, and this degree factors in that overarching principle to create tomorrow’s management professionals. Designed for working adults eyeing a role with greater responsibility, this completely online organizational management degree begins with a versatile core and allows for specialization.

The online BS in Organizational Management coursework encourages students to hone their managerial, organizational, and interpersonal skills, which set them up for mid- to upper-level positions in public, private, and nonprofit environments. In the process, topics include:

  • key business functionalities and the strategies management may employ to improve these processes
  • an emphasis on the human side of business operations, including communication and decision-making tactics and the role ethics plays
  • leadership styles to better organize and direct teams
  • effective problem solving and conflict management across a spectrum of settings
  • the social impact organizational policies have from individual to company-wide levels
  • effective strategies for recruiting, training, managing, and encouraging personnel

Flexible Online Format

La Verne Online specifically designed its BS in Organizational Management program to fit your schedule, helping you gain the necessary skills to advance in your career goals:

Additionally, if you want to connect with classmates face-to-face, you have the option of enrolling in classes in person at campuses where the program is offered, including Bakersfield, Burbank, Irvine, La Verne, Ontario, Naval Base Ventura County, and Vandenberg Air Force Base.

Curriculum

All online BS in Organizational Management students are expected to meet La Verne’s 44-unit residency requirement. Based on the number of transfer credits and courses taken per semester, the degree can be completed in as few as 18 months.

Students must first complete La Verne’s general education requirements; in the process, students transfer equivalent credits for or complete RCS 110 College Writing A with a “C-” or higher average during their first semester and complete the La Verne Experience requirement of University Community Engagement LVE 305 or other approved community engagement course.

La Verne divides the major’s curriculum into two portions. Core classes (32 semester hours) cover business ethics, management and leadership principles, culture and gender issues, statistics, and financial management. Concepts supply graduates with essential, adaptable skills for today’s workplace and weave in research opportunities throughout.

Electives (at least 8 semester hours) compose the remainder of the program and present the chance to develop a specialty in communications, workplace legal issues, information systems, human resources, or organization and management. As an alternative, the dedicated Human Resources Management concentration (12 semester hours) zeros in on conflict resolution, training strategies, compensation and benefits packages, and workplace mediation.

For the entire list of core and elective courses, review the program’s current curriculum.

Careers in Organizational Management

Leadership skills can’t be touted enough in the workplace. Teams need direction and structure, and cohesive, streamlined strategies get everyone working toward a shared objective. As a result, the online BS in Organizational Management lays down multiple pathways for graduates. Concepts apply across nearly all industries and positions requiring team organization and oversight. The knowledge proves to be an asset in government, healthcare, finance, human resources, marketing, retail, sales, and even consulting roles.

In examining a wide swath of management occupations, the Bureau of Labor Statistics found market demand will increase 7 percent on average between 2018 and 2028. Possible positions include:

  • training and development manager;
  • management analyst;
  • human resources manager;
  • administrative services manager; and
  • compensation and benefits manager.

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