The Bachelor of Arts Degree in Organizational Leadership & Change
Through theoretical and practical exploration, this degree program prepares students to apply leadership and change skills in evolving organizational environments and cultural contexts. Students’ research, practice, and project-based work provide critical training in project management, leadership development, and driving social change.
Each student’s comprehensive, customized personal learning plan features a multitude of opportunities to hone these competencies while developing high-value, field-specific knowledge and skills related to his or her area of interest, culminating in a capstone project and presentation. Click here for more information on transfer credits and prior learning. For a sample of a Personal Learning Plan click here.
Celebrating Student Projects
This video featuring Liz Colon and her relentless efforts to remove lead from the Providence water system was produced by Julia Schmalz for the Chronicle of Higher Education.
For more detail on project development, please see the CU Core Project Rubric.
• Lynn’s project creates a performance scorecard for her organization enabling leadership and staff to focus on the organization’s key outcomes.
• Rongina’s project provides early childhood educators with strategies and methods for increasing individualized instruction in the classroom.
• Rosey’s project helps couples with counseling and support to get through major life milestones and crises.