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2017-2018 Undergrad Catalog (Under Construction)

Organizational Leadership: Human Resource Administration - Adult Studies, B.O.L.


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Bachelor of Organizational Leadership with a Concentration in Human Resource Administration Mission Statement

The Bachelor of Organizational Leadership with a Concentration in Human Resource Administration degree is designed to provide knowledge and skills in theory and applications associated with human resources. Courses include such topics as employment and placement, compensation, benefits, employee relations, job analysis, training and development, along with leadership skills based on Christian principles. The program is designed to prepare students for a career in human resources. The BOLS/HRA degree also provides excellent preparation for students to enhance their leadership and management potential by pursuing a graduate degree in human resource management, human resource development, business administration, or other fields.

College of Business Vision Statement

The College of Business envisions developing extraordinarily professional business leaders with a Christian worldview who display exemplary integrity and have a passion to apply the experiences and knowledge mastered during their educational experience.

Curriculum Summary - Organizational Leadership: Human Resource Administration, B.O.L.

General Education Core

40 hours

Organizational Leadership Core

33 hours

Human Resource Administration Concentration

12 hours

Cognate Courses

3 hours

General Electives

32 hours

Total

120 hours


Minimum Grades in Courses.  No grade below “C” in a course required for the major or minor (including cognates and specified electives) will count toward satisfying that course requirement. This policy does not refer to general education requirements or elective courses.

 

Degree Requirements (120 Cr. Hrs.)


University Core Requirements (40 Cr. Hrs.)


University Core Curriculum (Adult Studies)   

Specified Quantitative Literacy Requirement: MAT 101  or MAT 106  

Cognate Requirements (3 Cr. Hrs.)


General Electives (32 Cr. Hrs.)


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