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2016-2017 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2016-2017 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Organizational Leadership, B.A.


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The Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Leadership prepares students for success in corporate, industrial, government, and nonprofit careers. The Organizational Leadership curriculum consist of 30 hours of applicable interdisciplinary courses for a major in Organizational Leadership and 27 hours of relevant business courses for a concentration in Financial Services. The Organizational Leadership major will provide students with knowledge in psychology; global intercultural understanding; case management; statistics; ethics; contemporary business issues; and strategic planning. The Financial Services concentration will provide students with knowledge in accounting, finance, risk management and insurance, and other pertinent business related topics. Graduates will possess unique skill sets for a wide variety of positions in the financial services industry. (AACSB accreditation requirements limit the College of Business and Social Sciences’ business credits which may be applied toward graduation in the Organizational Leadership Curriculum to less than 30 semester hours for the Bachelor’s degree.)


 

Total Semester Hours 30


NOTE:


Freshman and Sophomore Years - 60 hours including completion of Board of Regents’ Core Requirements (requirements specific for bachelor’s degree).

Freshman Year*


Total Hours 30


Total Hours 30


Total Hours 30


Senior Year*


Total Hours 30


Total hours for degree 120**


NOTE:


1BLAW 4001  , CINS 3050  , ECON 3001  , ENTR 2050  , ENTR 4032  , MGMT 3005  

*AACSB accreditation requirements limit the College of Business Administration credits which may be applied toward graduation in the Organizational Leadership Curricula to 30 semester hours for the Bachelor’s degree.


**30 hours must be earned at ULM.

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