Organizational settings, including for-profit businesses, political organizations (e.g., legislative bodies, political parties, PACs), not-for-profit organizations (e.g., health care companies, charities, volunteer agencies), and public and private boards (e.g., boards of education, homeowners associations, church boards), are dynamic entities that rely on skilled leaders to function efficiently and to ensure positive workplace culture and climate.
The interdisciplinary program in Organizational Sciences draws from business, industrial/organizational psychology, public administration, industrial sociology, educational leadership and other disciplines to provide students with an understanding of interpersonal workplace dynamics and fundamentals of leadership.
Bachelor of Science
1. Organizational Science General
2. Workplace Relations
3. Nonprofit Comm. Specialization
4. Social Ecology
Interdisciplinary program in the College of Letters, Arts & Social Sciences
Classes offered live and online