All organizations, whether they are governmental agencies, business and corporations, or not-for-profit groups, need employees that are creative, persuasive, have an ability to collaborate, are adaptable, and demonstrate effective time management. The Organizational Leadership and Learning degree provides students the chance to learn, grow, develop, and apply these professional skills through on-the-job training. Degree highlights include:
The Organizational Leadership and Learning (OLL) degree program is a flexible degree focused on applied learning and workforce education integration. OLL is 120-credit hour undergraduate degree. Students will have the opportunity to customize their individualized track in consultation with their program advisor. A cornerstone of this degree will be the requirement for students to complete 21-credit hours of experiential learning experiences, which may include paid apprenticeships, internships, clinical rotations, and/or practica and focus on occupational outcomes, such as job and degree integration responding to industry, workforce, or organizational demands.
The OLL degree is an applied degree with the goal of preparing students for a range of career options using the more traditional four-year degree path or through collaborative paths with community colleges and technical schools.
Prospective WSU students:
Current WSU students:
Graduation requirements include:
Students will have the opportunity to customize their degree plan in consultation with their program advisor.
To discuss your individual degree plan, please contact Mika Moss at firstname.lastname@example.org or (316) 978-3300, option 2.
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Students graduating with a Organizational Leadership and Learning degree will be prepared to work a variety of industries and occupations, such as:
Wichita State’s minor in Student Organization Leadership equips students with foundational knowledge for diverse leadership roles in the public, private and nonprofit sectors. The minor is a valuable addition for a wide range of majors and careers. The 12-credit hour minor offers students a variety of course options.
For more information on minoring in Workforce Leadership, please contact Mika Moss at email@example.com or (316) 978-5998. Or, contact your academic advisor.
Students who have had college-level education through traditional or nontraditional means, and can demonstrate achievement, may be eligible to earn credit by following our Credit for Prior Learning pathway.
If you have any questions about what degrees, certifications, military occupational specialties, or other forms of training qualify for CPL, then please reach out to us.