BA Organizational Leadership - Degree Completion
By completing this program, students will be able to:
Demonstrate how to lead others effectively and ethically in businesses, non-profit organizations, ministries, or governmental structures
Effectively handle daily situations such as negotiation, conflict resolution, business ethics, team building, creative thinking, organization behavior, and business policy and strategy.
Exhibit appropriate leadership in organization change, growth, developing leadership potential in others.
General Studies (36 Hours)
A review and practice of the academic writing process including grammar rules.
An expanded study and practice of clear, correct, and effective academic writing with some grammar review.
An introduction to the basic principles and techniques of public speaking and practice in presenting various forms of public speaking using those elements
A general study of social interactions and the products of social interactions, such as cultures, socializing, and the major institutions of society with respect to societies throughout the world. Includes practical application of sociological situations in development of critical thinking skills.
A survey of American culture, politics and government.
An introduction to the development of the government of the United States with a focus on its structure, function, power, and philosophy.
From a Christian perspective, this course encompasses political, cultural, literary, and religious influences on the development of civilization from the writings of the ancients to 1500 AD.
Covers the period from 1500 AD to the present, surveying events that shaped the development of modern nations, including those of Africa and Asia.
This course will introduce the student to the major worldviews of contemporary western society. As they examine the historical backgrounds, they will also compare each worldview against a Biblical worldview.
A survey course designed to acquaint the student with practical math applications. Topics selected from logic, probability, geometry, function and relations, set theory, and statistics. Emphasis will be on problem solving.
A general introduction to geology, oceanography, and meteorology, including lab and field work.
A study of scientific method, levels of organization, the cell, photosynthesis, respiration and genetics. Concentration is on vascular and non-vascular plants, as well as algae, bacteria, and viruses.
Biblical Studies (18 Hours)
A study of the basic Christian character: humility, selflessness, forgiveness, moral purity, clear conscience, seeking God, sensitivity to God, and living for God.
An in-depth Biblical study of the principles of intercession based on the book Rees Howells, Intercessor. Emphasizes principles of faith, obedience, and possession by the Holy Spirit.
A study of the New Testament books with respect to title, author, date, background, key words, key verses, purpose, message, outline, summary, and application.
A study of the Old Testament books with respect to title, author, date, key words and verses, purpose, message, outline, summary, and the way each book points to Jesus Christ.
An examination of how the prophetic tradition of Israel developed and how it continues to operate in the New Testament church. This course includes a study of the Major Prophets: Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, and Daniel.
General survey of doctrines of the Bible, Christ, the goodness and greatness of God, Holy Spirit, man, and sin.
A continuation of Basic Theology I with an emphasis on the doctrines of salvation, end-times, demons and angels, and the church.
An intense study and practical expression of the working of the five-fold ministry within the church today.
Leadership Studies (36 Hours)
An exploration of leadership styles and examples found in the Bible.
The development, discussion and resolution of ethical issues in organizations and how outcomes are impacted by ethical standards and Christian faith.