The Organizational Behavior and Leadership major is intended for professionals who want to contribute to their organization's success by improving the well-being of its most important asset: its people. You'll develop the conceptual and problem-solving skills that an effective leader needs to identify how behaviors and attitudes can be improved through recruitment practices, training programs and implementation of feedback systems. Completing this program will equip you with the skills, knowledge and values needed to advance your career and thrive in complex organizational management teams.
Edgewood College is a liberal arts institution founded in the Dominican tradition. The liberal arts are the foundation of all our curricular offerings in the humanities, arts, sciences, and professional programs. In order to complete your Bachelor's degree, you must satisfy a variety of general education requirements. These requirements fall into the categories of:
- Critical Thinking
- Mathematical Thinking and Quantitative Literacy
- Information and Technological Literacy
- Experience and Study of the Arts
- Reflection on Human Culture, Values and Ideas
- Exploration of the Natural World
- Analysis of Human Behavior and Social Structure
- Environmental Perspectives
- Global Perspectives
- Multicultural Perspectives
- Gender Perspectives
- World Languages
Many of these general education requirements may be met by courses you may have taken at other institutions. Edgewood College offers an broad variety of courses that will help you meet these general education requirements. Your advisor will assist you in identifying which requirements you have fulfilled and how best to meet the remainder of the requirements within your personal degree completion plan. A total of 120 credits and a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 are required to receive your bachelor's degree.
You'll be transformed by your educational experience at Edgewood College. The liberal arts education you receive here will prepare you for an exciting life of service, leadership and learning.