The University of La Verne’s Organizational Management degree seeks to improve students’ managerial, organizational, and interpersonal skills. The program is constructed in two parts. The first part consists of core classes that help students build skills that are critical in a constantly changing environment, with a focus on immediate application in the work setting. Core coursework also includes an opportunity for student research. The second part of the program consists of a wide range of electives from a variety of disciplines, which gives students the utmost flexibility in customizing their curriculum to suit their proposed career path.
To provide maximum convenience and flexibility, the program is offered online and is available at several locations throughout California, including Bakersfield, Burbank, College of the Canyons, Irvine, Ontario, Oxnard, Rio Hondo Community College, and Victorville, as well as at Vandenberg Air Force Base (VAFB) and Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC).
Campus Accelerated Program for Adults
Through La Verne’s Campus Accelerated Programs for Adults (CAPA), students can complete the Bachelor’s in Organizational Management on either a full or part-time basis. The program’s flexibility allows busy adults to continue their education while working. Online, on-campus, and hybrid course options allow students to create their own schedule. Furthermore, evening and weekend classes make it easy to balance work and school. Students can transfer up to 88 credit hours towards their degree from previous college classes.
Organizational Management Courses
Students must complete a minimum of 40 total credit hours in order to earn their Bachelor’s in Organizational Management. The core requirements consist of business management courses, while the diverse array of electives allow for a well-rounded education. Courses include Foundations of Business Ethics, Oral Communication in Organizations, and Management of Change & Conflict. See the organizational management curriculum page for the full list of requirements.
Careers in Organizational Management
This degree can open up many career opportunities for working professionals. Whether you aim to advance your career or pivot into a new field, a Bachelor’s in Organizational Management will pave the way.
Possible careers include:
- Community Services Manager
- Health Services Manager
- Information Technology Manager
- Human Resources Manager
- Sales/Marketing Manager
Earn Your Organizational Management Degree on Your Time at La Verne
La Verne understands that busy professionals need flexible options to earn their degree in their limited time. Accelerated admissions, several campus locations, and online business management courses make the Organizational Management degree at La Verne a clear choice for the working student. Ready to take the next step? Attend an information session or request more information today!