Organizational Leadership Major
Success in leadership positions, whether in management and/or a supervisory capacity in business, government, cultural institutions and nonprofit organizations is based largely upon the following competencies or skill sets: the ability to communicate effectively; familiarity with essential organizational functions (such as strategic planning, budgeting, information processing, legal issues, and public relations) broad-based learning and the critical thinking skills requisite for continual adaptability to changing responsibilities; and, increasingly, the ability to understand and participate with others in multiple task-groups.
The Organizational Leadership major is available to students in the School of Professional and Continuing
Studies on the Lincoln Center, Rose Hill and Westchester campuses. The courses will be offered on-site, online and in hybrid formats.
The target population includes:
- Individuals who need a Bachelor’s degree to advance professionally
- Professionals who want to establish themselves as change agents
- Working professionals and early to mid-career level managers, who may or may not be supervising others.
CIP Code52.0213 - Organizational Leadership.
You can use the CIP code to learn more about career paths associated with this field of study and, for international students, possible post-graduation visa extensions. Learn more about CIP codes and other information resources.
The organizational leadership major consists of nine courses.
|Theories of Leadership, Context and Change
|Information Systems and Technology for Leadership
|Transforming Managers into Inspired Leaders
|Ethical Decision Making for Leadership
|Students will choose one course from each of the following areas.
|Leading Change (Human Capital)
|Issues in Human Resource Management
|Change Management and Organizational Culture
|Mediation, Negotiation, Alternative Dispute Resolution
|Applied Organizational Behavior and Leadership
|Leading with Emotional Intelligence
|Business Communications in Leadership
|Digital and Social Media Marketing Communication in Leadership
|The Legal Environment
|Interpersonal Behavior within Organizations
|Strategic Leadership, Development & Diversity
|Leading Innovation: Strategies for Growth
|Special Topics Seminar
|Senior-Level Capstone Course
|Leadership Concepts and Cases
Students must earn a grade of C or above in order for a required course to count toward their major in organizational leadership.
The major in organizational leadership is available to students in Fordham's School of Professional and Continuing Studies at Lincoln Center, Rose Hill, and Westchester.
Professional and Continuing Studies students: The requirements above are in addition to those of the PCS Core Curriculum and any additional electives that may be required to earn a minimum of 124 credits.