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Accelerated Organizational Leadership (BA/BAS)

Shaping Positive Change

Earn a degree to engage people with mission.

A degree in organizational leadership will open doors to careers in management, HR and talent development, across all sectors of industry, including nonprofit and government.

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Two Paths to Your Degree

Develop as a leader by gaining theoretical and practical experience. Ensure optimal performance of individuals, groups and organizations. Learn how to build a culture of performance. Get started by determining which degree is for you. 

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Bachelor of Arts (BA)

This path may be ideal for you if any of the following apply:

  • You are entering college for the first time
  • You have some college credits but no associate's degree
  • You hold an Associate of Arts and Science degree
  • You do not hold an Applied Associate degree
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Bachelor of Applied Studies (BAS)

This path might be the best fit for you if:

  • You hold a two-year applied degree from a Wisconsin technical college campus or any other regionally-accredited college awarding the two-year degree.

Determine an Area of Focus

Choose an accelerated emphasis.

With Organizational Leadership as your degree goal, you will take a blend of core and emphasis courses. Two of the emphases are accelerated. Self-directed is our most popular emphasis because it's the most flexible. An emphasis in Rising Leadership provides students with the knowledge, perspectives and skills to help them become leaders in the workplace. 
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Other Areas of Emphasis

Other areas of emphasis are available representing other sectors. Courses are guaranteed online, and some courses may be accelerated.

  • Applied Communication
  • Business Administration
  • Early Childhood Education
  • Emergency Management
  • Environmental Policy & Planning
  • Management in Health Systems
  • Public & Nonprofit Management
  • Rising Leadership
  • Self-Directed
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Earn as You Learn

CERTIFICATE IN ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

If you are on a pathway to a degree in Organizational Leadership, you can earn a certificate after the completion of these four courses:

  • COMM 166
  • ORG LEAD 347
  • ORG LEAD 348
  • PU EN AF 345

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Next Steps

All accelerated classes will be offered online. Important enrollment deadlines are available from Student Services.

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1. Evaluation

First, reach out to Anne. She will work with you to personalize a plan for you to reach your desired goal.

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2. Apply Online

New users will need to create an account. An admissions advisor will reach out with any needed next steps.

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3. Consultation

Once your application processes, you will be connected with a UW-Green Bay professional advisor.

Dedicated Support

Anne is advisor, guide and admissions support all rolled into one. She will not only help you design a plan to your desired degree, she will help you with an unofficial credit evaluation to determine if you qualify for prior learning and assist you in the application process. 

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Anne Flesch

Student Services Coordinator
920-465-2085
flescha@uwgb.edu

B.S. Human Development & Family Studies
M.S. Education (Professional Counseling)

Anne has worked at UW-Green Bay since December 2010. Over the span of her varied roles, her passion and focus has always been on the non-traditional, adult learner. She understands the busy lives of adult learners and knows what they need: assessment of prior learning, individualized attention, relevant degree options and modalities that will work with their schedules.

Having worked one-on-one with so many adult learners, she has a deep respect for their work ethic and recognizes the commitment and sacrifices they make to meet their educational goals.