Gain Skills for Success in Multiple Fields
- 7% job growth through 2028
- $104,240 median annual wage for management roles
- 591,800 new business jobs by 2028
Trained leaders and management experts play an essential role in organizations of all types. This 100% online degree can qualify you for a variety of roles in human resources, management, consulting, government, corporate training, and more.
Greenville University’s organizational leadership program can also prepare you to continue your studies in graduate school. Many Greenville students choose to pursue further education in counseling, education, and business.
Human Resources Manager
Human resources managers are often company culture setters, responsible for overseeing the administrative operations within an organization. They direct recruiting and hiring strategies, and can also coordinate benefit programs for employees.
Training and Development Manager
Professional development and training opportunities are an important part of retaining employees and maximizing their potential. Managers in these roles design and implement such programs to meet organizational standards.
Career and salary information from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Additional organizational leadership careers:
- Administrative services manager
- Compensation, benefits, and job analyst
- Human resources specialist
- Industrial production manager
- Management analyst
- Sales manager
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Gain Leadership Skills to Succeed
When you complete this program, you will be able to:
- Describe the practices and skills necessary for effective leadership within an organization.
- Communicate with others in a manner that fosters greater understanding and support, promoting the flow of information and ideas.
- Apply rational skills to the solution of a problem through analysis, defining objectives, considering alternatives, and recommending a course of action.
- Use analysis and critical thinking to articulate a worldview.
- Address the challenges and promote the advantages of organizational diversity.
- Utilize practical guidelines for making ethical decisions in organizational leadership careers.
- Use self-reflection and self-analysis for personal growth and understanding.
- Interpret the behavior of others within an organizational setting.
Greenville University is here to support you during your program and after graduation.
Contact the Office of Career Services at (618) 664–6655 for more information.