|Undergraduate Catalog 2004-2006: Programs|
Bachelor of Science - Program offered at the Lake Geneva, Wisconsin Campus Only.
The current business environment
demands ethical, knowledgeable leaders who can create a forceful vision, quickly
translate that vision into action, and lead others in the process of innovation.
The major in organizational leadership emphasizes the development of skills necessary to understand the human component of any organization in constant change. Students will learn the analytical and communication skills necessary to be a leader in an organization where education for change is a motivator for individuals at all levels of the organization.
The major is intentionally designed as a multi-disciplinary program. Business programs in both the private and public section can no longer just include a series of business courses. Leaders for today's corporations must also have mastery of the liberal arts curriculum that emphasizes communication, problem solving, innovation, teamwork, and the human relations that ultimately drive any organization.
Each student will be placed in an
experiential internship for hands-on practice of leadership skills. Upon completion
of the program, the student will have a multi-media portfolio that demonstrates
the student's integration of theory to application by combining coursework and
experiential content. The portfolio will be a useful tool for career planning
and job interviewing.
NOTE: This program is available only at the Lake Geneva, Wisconsin campus.
Organizational Leadership Major Courses: 49 semester hours
BUS3220 Management Information Systems (3)
BUS3240 Diversity in the Workplace (3)
BUS3250 Human Resource Management (3)
BUS3260 Organizational Development (3)
BUS4230 Operations Management (3)
BUS4750 Senior Seminar in Business Policy and Strategy Practicum (6)
BUS4760 Leadership Practicum (3)
COM3000 Organizational Communication (3)
COM3200 Persuasion (3)
COM3500 Cross Cultural Communication (3)
COM3510 Corporate and Professional Communications (3)
COM3600 Media Technology for Instructional/Corporate Settings (3)
PHL3200 Business Ethics (3)
SOC1100 Principles of Sociology (4)
SOC/PSY3450 Social Psychology (3)
31 December 2003
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