Bring vision to life the Leadership Track
Widely considered a pioneer in Leadership studies, Warren Bennis once said, “Leadership is the capacity to translate vision into reality.” The success of an organization relies heavily on great leaders who are able to establish a clear plan of action that an entire team can understand and execute. If you have always had an inherent ability to lead, a track in Leadership could be a good fit for you. In a leadership role, you will be responsible for conducting and supporting the assessment of organizational needs in a global, professional climate.
Solid communication skills and the ability to innovate and delegate in a professional environment set an individual up with a career in leadership.
Through ECPI’s year-round schedule, you could earn a Bachelor of Science Degree in Organizational Leadership with a Track in Leadership in as little as 2.5 years.
Leadership Possible Career Track
A broad spectrum of career options are available to a graduate with a track in leadership. Top careers in this field include:
- Benefits Administrator
- Customer Service Manager
- Branch Manager
- Human Resources Manager
- Training Specialist
- Financial Analyst
- Retail Management
- Program Administrator
- Project Manager
- Human Resources Specialist
- Development Director
- Logistics Manager
- Industrial Production Manager
- Merchandise Manager
Upon completion of the program, graduates are expected to:
- Conduct organizational research and analysis.
- Apply critical thinking and analytical skills to make strategic decisions.
- Demonstrate effective communication in a global environment.
- Apply ethical behavior and professional values.
- Develop an organizational community of learning and positive change.
Graduates of the BS in Organizational Leadership degree may find employment in a variety of industries. Possibly job titles include Human Resources Manager, Project Manager, Team Leader/Logistics Manager, and Operations Manager.
The Management concentration allows students to gain a general background in organizational leadership with the ability to choose tracks and electives that focus on areas of interest related to their unique career paths.
Upon successful completion of the program, graduates are expected to:
- Utilize advanced decision-making strategies appropriate for the managerial context.
The leadership track allows students to develop ethical leadership skills and abilities and the emotional intelligence necessary to lead contemporary organizations. The program emphasizes the creation of a learning environment that encourages change and innovation. Students are afforded an opportunity to develop strategic decision-making and problem-solving skills.
|Course ID||Course Name||Credits|
|ACC101||ACC101 General Accounting||3.00|
|BUS102||BUS102 Fundamentals of Customer Service||3.00|
|BUS121||BUS121 Introduction to Business||3.00|
|BUS222||BUS222 Ethics in Business||3.00|
|BUS303||BUS303 Organizational Leadership and Management||3.00|
|BUS321||BUS321 Business Organizational Management||3.00|
|BUS331||BUS331 Management Information Systems||3.00|
|BUS460||BUS460 Leadership Capstone||3.00|
|HRM211||HRM211 Introduction to Human Resources Management||3.00|
|MKT214||MKT214 Marketing Management||3.00|
|Credit Hour(s) total||33.00|
|Course ID||Course Name||Credits|
|CAP480||CAP480 Arts and Sciences Capstone||3.00|
|COM115||COM115 Principles of Communication||3.00|
|ENG110||ENG110 College Composition||3.00|
|ENG120||ENG120 Advanced Composition||3.00|
|HUM205||HUM205 Culture and Diversity: Exploring the Humanities||3.00|
|MTH131||MTH131 College Algebra||3.00|
|PHY120L||PHY120L Physics LAB||1.00|
|PSY105||PSY105 Introduction to Psychology||3.00|
|PSY220||PSY220 Positive Psychology||3.00|
|Credit Hour(s) total||31.00|
*Includes 39 Credit Hours in various electives.
*Electives - any course from BS BA and/or BS Organizational Leadership depending on prerequisite. General electives from other programs and schools.
Visit the ECPI University Catalog for the most current program information.
*For allowable substitutions of arts and sciences courses, see the Arts and Sciences Department page.