100% Online Organizational Leadership Degrees

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Become an Ethical, Responsible Business and Community Leader

The online associate and bachelor’s programs in organizational leadership at Point University immerse students in business through coursework in leadership, management and social sciences. Students will gain useful skills in critical thinking, problem-solving, communication, teamwork and leadership strategies as they become inspirational leaders who can advance in a variety of fields.

Point University’s online programs are both affordable and flexible so that you can learn on your schedule from the convenience of your home – or from anywhere in the world. With no application fee and multiple start dates per year, now is the perfect time to get started.

Online Organizational Leadership Degrees

These fully online programs encourage students to solve problems, think critically and become effective leaders. Both programs prepare students for a range of business settings with skills in management, marketing, accounting and finance.

60 CREDIT HOURS; 2 YEARS; $410 COST PER CREDIT

Our associate degree in organizational leadership prepares students for global leadership by providing a transformative approach to critical thinking and problem-solving, communication, teamwork and management.

120 CREDIT HOURS; 4 YEARS; $410 COST PER CREDIT

Our bachelor’s degree in organizational leadership fosters the essential skills necessary to succeed in a variety of business settings, including management, marketing, accounting and finance, change management, organizational leadership, strategic planning as well as business law and ethics.

About Point University

Founded in 1937, Point University is an accredited, nonprofit institution equipping a diverse Christian community of cultural leaders motivated to live out their faith in the marketplace. We provide a broad, comprehensive curriculum designed to prepare students for their chosen professions.

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Online Learning with Point University

As an online student, you’ll receive the same education as our on-campus students delivered in a unique online learning environment. In addition to close interactions with faculty and fellow students, you can count on the dedicated support of admissions advisors, enrollment counselors and career services.

Build Leadership Skills

Graduates of Point University’s organizational leadership programs are prepared to:

  • Promote high levels of organizational performance
  • Use computer technology and apply mathematical concepts for problem-solving and decision-making
  • Analyze and capitalize on their strengths to achieve relational, academic and professional success

High-Quality Curriculum Delivered by Experts

In each of Point University’s online programs, knowledgeable faculty will utilize a holistic curriculum to expand your worldview as you gain the skills you need to succeed in your career. This unique approach ensures that you are prepared to thrive on an intellectual, professional and spiritual level.

Careers in Organizational Leadership

Point University’s organizational leadership degrees enable graduates to further their careers in a wide range of government, corporate and nonprofit organizations. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment in leadership and management occupations is projected to grow 9% from 2020 to 2030, which will add about 906,800 new jobs.1

High-Paying Management Roles

These are a few of the high-paying positions that require a bachelor’s degree, along with their 2020 median pay:1

  1. Computer and Information Systems Managers: $151,150
  2. Advertising, Promotions and Marketing Managers: $141,490
  3. Financial Managers: $134,180
  4. Sales Managers: $132,290
  5. Compensation and Benefits Managers: $125,130
  6. Human Resources Managers: $121,220

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Sources

  1. https://www.bls.gov/