Common Courses for a BA in Organizational Leadership
Here is a sample of some of the most common organizational leadership courses:
Introduction to Leadership. Students may gain an understanding of what constitutes good leadership. It also enables them to study both classic and contemporary leadership theories, and develop their own leadership potential.
Social Conflict and Negotiation. This course typically explores social science theory and practice and how social science relates to conflict and negotiation. Students may learn the practical application of theory to minimize the negative effects of conflict on an organization.
Understanding Organizational Behavior. Organizational behavior is the study of how people think, feel, and behave in an organization. Students can learn to apply the foundational theories of organizational behavior to improve individual well-being and the overall effectiveness of an organization.
Human Resource Management. This course educates students on the role of human resource professionals in an organization. Topics covered include recruitment, selection, training, job design, retention, termination, and compensation. It also provides students with an overview of typical company policies and procedures.
Microeconomics. Students can learn the intricacies of price theory and how it relates to the laws of supply and demand. This course also covers the economics of consumer and company behavior, market structures, and business regulation by government.